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Gainesville native and Lula resident join forces to fight human trafficking
Seeds of Hope Homes helps girls in Costa Rica
Staff members from the Seeds of Hope Homes, from left, are Holly Lynch, Chris Williams, Penny Williams and Dana Nuesca. Seeds of Hope is a nonprofit organization that provides prevention, education and rehabilitation for girls who have been sexually exploited, sexually trafficked or are at risk. Only the staff members are facing the camera. The girls are shying away to protect their identities.
Two years ago while on vacation in Costa Rica, Gainesville native Holly Lynch received an unlikely call from God to embark on an extraordinary mission. The 29-year-old said she felt the Lord pulling at her heart to start a home for underprivileged and exploited girls in the Central American country. She accepted God’s call and never looked back.