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“Satisfy the needs of the oppressed, then your light will rise in the darkness.” - Isaiah 58:10



Charles Malik, former Secretary General of the United Nations observed, “The university is a clear-cut fulcrum with which to move the world. More potently than by any other means, change the university and you change the world.”

We believe God is developing a generation of young leaders who will  lead the movement for freedom for years to come. In addition to supporting work on local campuses, Freedom 58 forged a unique partnership between International Justice Mission and Cru to educate and mobilize students to fight injustice.


At Freedom 58, we believe the church is strategically positioned to confront injustice and bring freedom and healing to the world’s most vulnerable people. In the process, Christ’s followers develop a deeper understanding of God and more vibrant faith.


Although Freedom 58 is a faith-based organization, we believe that any person of good will can be involved in the work of justice. We gladly partner with local communities to bring resources like the Faces of Freedom exhibit to schools, libraries, volunteer organizations such as rotary clubs, national and international airports as well as hospitals to name a few places.