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Ruth became an orphan when she was quite young, at which point she went to stay with an aunt and uncle. When she turned 17, Ruth was sold by her aunt and uncle into marriage.
Come out and see a baseball game while supporting Free for Life International’s mission to do our part to eradicate human slavery. Free for...
Free for Life now fully partners with PRC at 2 border monitoring stations Nepal/India border & Nepal/Tibet
Sanctuaries that become loving homes for a family of rescued girls fostering health, stability and self- confidence. 100% of all needs met are free of charge.
Scholarship are given to girls that have been victimized by trafficking as well as those considered at high risk.
This year 2013 Free for Life is in the process of opening Tailoring classes through each of our partner border monitoring stations. Offering 20-25 girls per class the ability to take a 6 month tailoring class. In this way she will now have the sustainable skill of tailoring when she graduates.
Together we've raised $30,000 for scholarships