Young Kenyan sex traffic survivors will meet saviour

LENNOX Head charity 'Queen' Sarah Rosborg is destined for Kenya, to visit the young sex traffic survivors whose lives she has helped turn around.

The designer and mum left yesterday, armed with half a dozen suitcases packed with gifts for the girls at Play Kenya, a safe house for girls, some as young as two, who have been sold by their own families into the sex trade.

But Sarah's real gift, however, doesn't fit in her carry own.

Thanks to the massive following of Facebook sensation Constance Hall, Sarah's Rafiki Mwema charity has received over $190,000 since Tuesday.

The Perth mum blogger, moved by Sarah's charity, started the Constance Queen's Castle gofundme campaign.

"Picture a safe safe place where damaged children can go to learn to love themselves again. Picture the girls houses on our farm - safe, free and healing. Picture them as young strong women who have learnt to love themselves again. You are making all that happen," Sarah said to the thousands of supporters.

Best of luck, Sarah! Enjoy the smiles.



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