History


For over 25 years, Servants Anonymous Society (SAS) has empowered women with the knowledge that they belong and have an important contribution to make in society. Recognizing that each woman’s journey is her own to make, SAS encourages our Participants to fulfil their hopes for a healthy life. SAS began when our Founder opened her home to women wanting to leave the sex trade. Together, they created the ‘Corner Club,’ a group of women who supported and educated each other through cooking, making crafts, by writing and publishing their stories in Cry of the Streets, and by helping other women at risk of sexual exploitation. Today SAS continues to build on this foundation and the traditions of our organization that work to support the SAS mission.