Love Justice International

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We're compelled by God's love to fight the world's greatest injustices-seeking to change the lives of men, women, and children across the globe.

Contact information

Mailing address:
Love Justice International
PO Box 67195
Lincoln, NE 68506


Phone: 402-601-4816


Organization details

EIN: 710982808

CEO/President: John M.

Chairman: Mike O'Hara

Board size: 11


Ruling year: 2006

Tax deductible: Yes

Fiscal year end: 09/30

Member of ECFA: Yes

Member of ECFA since: 2009


What We Do:
Stop human trafficking
Help put traffickers in jail
Care for the most vulnerable

Mission statement

Sharing the love of Jesus Christ by fighting the world's greatest injustices.

Statement of faith

We believe in the divine incarnation of Jesus Christ, including His miracles, death, and resurrection, as the ultimate source of all good things, including the authority of the Scriptures, and the salvation, redemption, and abundant life of those who believe. This leads us to and guides us in our mission.

Transparency grade


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Financial efficiency ratings

Sector: Foreign Missions

CategoryRatingOverall rankSector rank
Overall efficiency rating805 of 999100 of 118
Fund acquisition rating988 of 1001118 of 118
Resource allocation rating874 of 1001111 of 118
Asset utilization rating183 of 99928 of 118

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Balance sheet
Receivables, inventories, prepaids$48,344$82,257$16,747$14,100$33,349
Short-term investments$1,010,302$1,003,835$0$0$0
Other current assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total current assets$1,908,923$2,257,672$2,770,828$2,159,875$2,259,332
Long-term investments$0$0$0$0$0
Fixed assets$0$0$582,969$607,080$484,979
Other long-term assets$38,273$70,012$26,168$39,128$0
Total long-term assets$38,273$70,012$609,137$646,208$484,979
Total assets$1,947,196$2,327,684$3,379,965$2,806,083$2,744,311
Payables and accrued expenses$12,381$96,670$0$0$0
Other current liabilities$0$0$0$0$0
Total current liabilities$12,381$96,670$0$0$0
Due to (from) affiliates$0$0$0$0$0
Other long-term liabilities$0$0$39,295$18,703$5,671
Total long-term liabilities$0$0$39,295$18,703$5,671
Total liabilities$12,381$96,670$39,295$18,703$5,671
Net assets20202019201820172016
Without donor restrictions$1,638,963$2,006,635$2,855,750$2,176,647$2,035,679
With donor restrictions$295,852$224,379$484,920$610,733$702,961
Net assets$1,934,815$2,231,014$3,340,670$2,787,380$2,738,640
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Total contributions$4,799,450$3,673,596$4,161,522$3,047,061$1,699,340
Program service revenue$0$0$0$0$0
Membership dues$0$0$0$0$0
Investment income$10,974$15,590$925$939$719
Other revenue($2,383)($31,216)$542,686$520,793$267,819
Total other revenue$8,591($15,626)$543,611$521,732$268,538
Total revenue$4,808,041$3,657,970$4,705,133$3,568,793$1,967,878
Program services$3,681,181$3,102,878$3,065,695$2,422,490$1,898,020
Management and general$296,574$327,656$205,110$250,486$187,460
Total expenses$5,104,240$4,184,657$4,151,843$3,520,053$2,540,703
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Surplus (deficit)($296,199)($526,687)$553,290$48,740($572,825)
Other changes in net assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total change in net assets($296,199)($526,687)$553,290$48,740($572,825)


John MolineuxPresident$127,816
James de MolFinance Dire$39,402
Aaron MarshbanksFrmrfinance$17,015

Compensation data as of: 9/30/2020

Response from ministry

No response has been provided by this ministry.

The information below was provided to MinistryWatch by the ministry itself. It was last updated 11/8/2021. To update the information below, please email:


2004 - Love Justice International, formerly Tiny Hands International, is born with the opening of Salvation Children's Home in Chitwan, Nepal. This begins our journey, leading to additional homes for orphans opening across Nepal and Bangladesh over the next several years.

2006 - Human trafficking interception work is launched at the Nepal and India border, and our work in Bangladesh begins.

2009 - Land is purchased in Nepal as the future site of eight family homes, a K-12 school, and a vision center where volunteers can participate in an active and thriving community. "One Girl Initiative" is created as a way to rally people to eradicate the injustice of human trafficking.

2010 - Our first "Interception Record Form" (IRF) is developed, becoming the foundation for our practice of data collection.

2011 - The first two Dream Homes are completed in Nepal, housing children. We launch our "Justice Operations" division to investigate and convict those involved in human trafficking.

2012 - The first trafficker to be convicted as a direct result of our investigation and prosecution work is sent to prison. Since then, hundreds of traffickers have been convicted through the joint efforts of our international staff and local police.

2013 - We set up a database to store all IRFs and "Victim Interview Forms" (VIFs), and we begin doing analysis on this data.

2014 - After years of trying to adapt our transit monitoring strategy outside Nepal, we have a breakthrough first intercept at a train station in Bangladesh. This proves that transit monitoring can work beyond Nepal, and we begin eyeing other countries for future expansion.

2015 - Our "5-Year Plan" (to pilot transit monitoring in 10 countries in 5 years) is created, and with the formation of a research team, we begin gearing up to expand. Tiny Hands India is established and has its first interceptions. In April, we open our Dream School in Pokhara, Nepal, empowering students to become difference makers in the world through excellent education.

2016 - We establish our first transit monitoring station in South Africa in April, followed by two more by 2018. Our first investigations department in South Africa is launched in August.

2017 - We pilot transit monitoring in Mongolia, Malawi, and Zimbabwe. Tiny Hands International becomes Love Justice International as we continue to grow our mission and expand our work.

2018 - We launch transit monitoring in Kenya, Benin, and Uganda.

2019 - We complete construction and move students into the new and improved building for The Dream School in Nepal. We also launch transit monitoring in Tanzania, Sierra Leone, and Ghana.

2020 - We expand transit monitoring into Rwanda, Namibia, and Cambodia. We initiate our COVID-19 Global Relief Effort to find and feed those facing starvation due to the pandemic lockdowns. More than 100,000 individuals receive aid from LJI.

2021 - We launch transit monitoring in Mozambique and Lesotho and begin training for a pilot in Alaska.

Program accomplishments

To date, we've intercepted over 25,000 individuals to prevent them from being trafficked. Through our data analysis and investigations, we've helped authorities arrest over 1,000 suspects in connection with our anti-trafficking work.