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The truth about human trafficking is not easy to express but to combat human trafficking

and DMST (Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking) some things must be brought to light.

The mission of The B.U.D.D.Y. House will provide services to DMST Young Boys

and Males in need, to advocate for justice in social and private structures, and to

call the entire community, churches, and other people to do the same.



The B.U.D.D.Y. House, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a ministry that seeks to open Respite Care Centers that

offer faith-centered programs, free of cost to American boys and young men who are survivors of domestic minor sex trafficking

(DMST). The B.U.D.D.Y. House will treat every survivor (Victor) as the unique individual they are. Our goal is to have all the

needed services for healing in one place. We are considered to be the step by step journey on the road to regaining a normal

life. The B.U.D.D.Y. House will also work to counteract human trafficking and human exploitation by

providing community awareness, education, outreach and building a variety of partnerships. The B.U.D.D.Y. House’s goal is to

see that DMST survivors start to rebuild their lives in complete freedom, and also step up and provide awareness to our

community, when they’re ready.



 B.U.D.D.Y. House, Incorporated was founded December 2003, by Mark Daniel Taylor. The organization started in Milwaukee,

Wisconsin as a mentoring and tutoring agency for at-risk youth. Mark began telling his story about Domestic Minor Sex

Trafficking in 2011. He has since acquired strength, encouragement, and a zeal to see human trafficking male survivors

experience the healing freedom found in Jesus Christ and for community members to mobilize against the problem of human




The mission of The B.U.D.D.Y. House will provide services to DMST Young Boys and Males in need, to advocate for justice in

social and private structures, and to call the entire community, churches, and other people to do the same.” Vision To bring

awareness that domestic minor sex trafficking (DMST) and the exploitation of young boys and young men is happening.



We would like to say Thank YOU just for clicking on this page and wanting to help make a difference in the life’s of boy’s and Young Men. Currently the state of Georgia does not have a program like this in place. We are excited to expand into local churches, local schools, and eventually into other states. We are hoping with your support we will make positive changes in our youth.
It is hard to reach out and ask for your help….. but the fact is we need support to make this program the success we know it can be.
The B.U.D.D.Y. House, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Any contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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Meet The Team

Mark (Marq) Daniel Taylor

The Founder of the B.U.D.D.Y House Corporation was once in the shoes of the very youth he is so passionate to help.

Renee Howze
Board Chair

Very Passionate about our mission. Renee strives to make all things B.U.D.D.Y House fair and for our youth.

Chassity Todd

Chassity has been a rock for the B.U.D.D.Y house. Her selfless contributions to our effort to combat Human Trafficking has been key to our success.

Board Members

Mark D. Taylor – President
Renee Howze – Board Chair
Oathar Todd – Vice Chair
Chassity Todd – Secretary
Redonna Funderbrick – Treasure
Eneta Todd – Board Member
John Peek – Board Member

Advisory Board
Terrence Evans – Advisory Board Chair
Jeremy Tuck – Advisory Board Vice Chair
Danny Allen – Advisory Board Secretary
Cora Pugh – Advisory Board Member
Mary Wright – Advisory Board Member