At Free for Life International we partner with organizations and individuals globally to meet the needs of trafficking survivors through financial, emotional and spiritual support.
The rescue and restoration of victims of Human Trafficking and the elimination of modern-day slavery
To focus our efforts in 4 main areas – what we like to call the 4 S’s: Shelters, Stations (Border Monitoring), Scholarships, & Sustainable Projects.
Free for Life International: Ministry Model
- Free for Life International partners with shelters and individuals globally to meet the needs of trafficking survivors through financial, emotional, and spiritual support.
- We select partners by identifying shelters and individuals with proven track records and extraordinarily committed leaders in the arena of human trafficking.
- Free for Life International visits our partners a minimum of once a year to ensure all standards of care and accountably are being met.
- Financial contributions are disbursed to those who are willing to disclose budgets and financial reports, can quantify specific critical needs, and who can explain the progress of the young women under the shelter’s care on a minimum of a tri-annual basis.
- We want to prevent rather than rehabilitate survivors of trafficking through monitoring, border prevention, scholarships, sustainable programs, and prosecution of traffickers.
- Concurrent with our international outreach, we are committed to educate and inform the public at large on the issues of human trafficking. To that end, we are writing a book to address the global epidemic of modern day slavery. We actively seek opportunities to communicate the need for involvement and to move people from awareness to action.
Free for Life Ministries: Goals and Growth Strategy
- Number of shelters supported: 2010: 2; 2011: 2; 2012 :2; Growth will be based on ability to support partners with excellence, monitor effectiveness in a systematic manner, and secure donors to fund additional works.
- Number of Scholarships given: 2011 – 2012: 6
- Number of trafficking survivors helped: 2010: 39; 2011: 72; 2012: 159
- Prosecution of traffickers: 2010: 3; 2011: 6; 2012: 10
In 2013 we are looking forward to:
- Helping each shelter develop at least one sustainable enterprise that will help fund the shelter and help survivors earn their own means of income in 2012.
- Giving out 30 scholarships doe sewing classes
- Operating our shelters and border monitoring stations with excellence, in according to all the policies and procedures established by Free for Life International and P.R.C.
Email : [email protected]
Phone : 1-888-335-8835
109 Holiday Court, Suite D-6
Franklin, TN 37067-9829 USA
Free for Life International is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization