A nonprofit organization

$250 raised by 3 donors

10% complete

$2,500 Goal

GloryB is a DFW based nonprofit serving survivors of human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and ritualistic abuse. 

Our Survivor Alliance Support Station (SASS group) provides resources empowering survivors to continue living independently by walking along side them as they navigate their way back into society. Currently, a huge percentage of survivors re-enter the life after completing a recovery program. Our goal is to end this cycle with ongoing support through community and fellowship while providing services such as medical access, mentoring, employment opportunities and financial aid during times of hardship.

As we continue to grow GloryB, our dream is to open a residential restorative safe home for survivors of severe human trafficking and satanic ritual abuse. In this safe place, we will offer a curriculum of recovery for post traumatic growth preparing survivors for integration into society.

"We walk life together as we support survivors to make their dreams become reality."
-Tiffani Price, Survivor and Founder


GloryB's mission is to provide healing through an individualized recovery program, while encouraging the exploration of faith without judgement or rejection, and empowering survivors to join the fight against human trafficking. We believe God can give pain a purpose, transforming survivors through their healing journey to reach sustainable independence while using their voice and story to encourage others.


Our greatest needs are to continue supporting survivors through our current outreach group (SASS), develop relationships with compatible partners in the community, create curriculum and protocols for our safe home, and secure property to open a residential recovery home for survivors.

Thank you for your support!

Equity Statement

GloryB is committed to creating an environment that is diverse, inclusive, and equitable where all survivors, staff, partners, and board members are treated with respect and dignity.

Our vision and mission reflect our fundamental belief that all people have inherent worth and dignity, and deserve fairness, justice, and inclusivity.

Our strength comes from our diversity and we celebrate the visible and invisible qualities that make each person unique, including race, gender, age, sexuality, ability, religion, national origin, gender identity, and other identities.

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Human Trafficking & Exploitation, Mental/Behavioral Health, Women & Girls

Operating Budget

Less than $100,000

Counties Served

Collin, Tarrant, Rockwall, Parker, Kaufman, Grayson, Denton, Dallas

BIPOC Serving

Other, Hispanic or Latinx, Asian/Pacific Islander, Black or African American

BIPOC Leadership

Executive Director/CEO


P.O. Box 453261
Garland, TX 75045



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