As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Bridging Freedom relies on the generosity of individuals who donate their time and energy to help us achieve our mission.
Bridging Freedom has partnered with individuals and groups who have blessed the program with fundraising events. We are honored to be working with the community to bring healing to these young girls. The love and effort that is given by the community to help in this way is making the difference in their lives.
Please consider helping with one of the ideas below, or be creative and let your passion lead your efforts. Our combined energies and resources will bring healing to them and will bind us together as we stand for them.
Throughout the year, different organizations and churches host a fundraiser or awareness event to benefit Bridging Freedom. We need volunteers to attend these events to help with various tasks such as; setting up/breaking down, requesting auction items, providing informational materials, etc.
Put your knowledge into action by organizing a fundraiser in which Bridging Freedom is the beneficiary. Your efforts to raise funds which will support the campus and our programs are an investment in ending modern-day slavery. Lend your professional expertise or contacts whether in business, medicine, law, education, languages, or the arts, or create an event to educate and raise funds. Contact us and tell us how you’d like to organize efforts to support the mission of Bridging Freedom.
Start your own community or university chapter of A Bridging Freedom Champion For Her Group. Awareness is a vital component and we would welcome your partnership in helping spread information and being Champions For Her within our community. Contact us to learn more.
Facilitate Introductions to Prospective Donors
If you know individuals or organizations that may be interested in making a donation to Bridging Freedom, please contact us to facilitate an introduction. We will be happy to share with them our mission and how their donation can help minor sex-trafficking victims regain their childhoods.
Serve on the Advisory Board
This group helps to guide the direction of Bridging Freedom with expert advice and assists with operational functions, such as strategic planning and donor development. Contact Us about how to apply to serve on our advisory board.
Occasionally we have special projects for volunteers to help within the office.
Volunteering On Campus
Currently, the campus is under construction. When the campus is fully built, there will be many more opportunities available.
We welcome all prayers for the victims of child sex-trafficking and Bridging Freedom’s success in helping prevent this crime and rehabilitate survivors.
For more information about how you can become
a volunteer with Bridging Freedom, please email email@example.com.
We also gladly accept monetary donations and offer various giving opportunities.
Please visit our Giving page to learn more.