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Free The Slaves - Feature Partner Interview


Each week we aim to shed some light on, and share the great work of, some of our fantastic not-for-profit partners. Today is the turn of 'Free the Slaves', an organization aiming to defeat slavery by working with at-risk communities to acquire knowledge, tools, and resources.

Free The Slaves

What's the mission of Free the Slaves?

Free the Slaves helps communities chart their own path toward sustainable freedom based on their unique needs and circumstances. We strengthen the capacity of grassroots organizations, government agencies, advocacy coalitions, and the media to take action. We support vulnerable communities through education, mobilization, and increasing access to education, vocational training, and essential services. We rescue those in slavery and help them rejoin their families and communities. We record and share success stories so the world can see what both slavery and freedom look like. And we systematically assess our work to ensure accountability and continuously improve our programs. Free the Slaves co-implements all community projects with and through locally-based organizations.

Free The Slaves 

How, and when, did Free the Slaves come about?

Free the Slaves was founded in 2000—and today we are considered a leader and pioneer in the modern abolitionist movement. We have helped awaken the world to the fact that slavery still exists, why it does, and where it’s worst. We’ve developed a global blueprint for change to inform governments, international institutions, faith communities, businesses, and the public what they can do. We’re now implementing our community-based strategy in strategically selected countries, demonstrating that our model works and that it is both scalable and replicable. Our groundbreaking research and rigorous evaluation informs our policy advocacy to strengthen anti-slavery laws and rid slavery from manufacturing supply chains and business practices.

Does Free the Slaves accept donations? What are donations used towards?

Just $1,800 can liberate an entire village in India!  We are currently running a campaign to liberate 55 Indian villages.  Within this campaign, there are multiple donation levels that support villages in different ways.  For instance, just $12 pays a months rent for a child to enter transitional school.  This is key for survivors of slavery as transitional schools can help them catch up on their education and feel empowered as they mainstream back into traditional schooling.

To support Free The Slaves check out their watches here, or go here to donate.

Free The Slaves





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