Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world.
ZFA needs your help to stop it. We have programs available so that you can make a difference in the life of a child.

2Bfree Rescue Walk

Charity of Choice

Emily, an 11-year-old schoolgirl, inspired the 2Bfree rescue walk, movie night and trade expo.

Charity of Choice is a unique opportunity to use your talents to raise awareness and/or funds for ZOE Foundation Australia.

There are countless ways that you can help ZOE to care for orphans and assist in the rescue and rehabilitation of child trafficking survivors.

Download Charity of Choice information.

Comedian and entertainer Ben Price showed his ‘serious’ side as he raised awareness about child trafficking and gave proceeds from his album to support ZOE’s work.

Kids Helping Kids

Alarna, Kaelyn & Caitlin sold spiders and mini muffins at their church fair.

Kids Helping Kids is a program designed to help children learn in a fun and interactive way about caring for others in need and empowering them to know that no matter how small they are, they can make a BIG difference in the world.

The program has a downloadable booklet available, with discussion ideas for a home, classroom or Sunday school class.

Children can come up with their own creative ideas or request from ZOE plastic tubes to collect $2 coins. Funds collected through this program play an active role in assisting ZOE’s efforts to help children in Thailand.

Download a Kids Helping Kids flyer.
Download a Kids Helping Kids printable worksheet.
Email for a discussion booklet.

Short-term Teams

Coming on a short-term mission team is a great way to use your skills and abilities to share God’s love with the people of Thailand. We invite you to DARE to step out of your comfort zone and to DREAM of how your life will be impacted as you DISCOVER all that is in God’s heart for you and the world around you.

The mission trip is open to churches and individuals over 18 years of age who would like to participate. The ZFA short-term team committee will select the final group of participants. In some circumstances, an applicant under 18 years of age may be considered.

ZOE cares for orphans, assists at-risk children, and rescues and rehabilitates child trafficking survivors. This work is sensitive in nature and there is an element of danger in you visiting the ZOE Children’s Homes. Security is a priority for both our children and our visitors.

Before you apply please ensure that you have:

  • A letter of reference from a church pastor.
    • Reference letters must state:
      • The period of time the applicant has been known.
      • The pastor’s current email address for ZOE verification.
  • An Australian State-Based Accreditation, authorising your work with children.

More information about state-based working with children checks is available via the following links:

Victoria: Working with Children (WWC) Check
NSW: Working With Children Check
Northern Territory: NT Working With Children Ochre Card
Queensland: Blue Card. Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian Blue Card
South Australia: Child Safe Environments Department of Families and Communities for Child Safe Environments
Western Australia: Child Safe Services WA, Working With Children Check
Tasmanian applicants must provide a valid Victorian WWC Check.

Or visit: Working With Children Checks in Australia