Freedom 58 grew out of Cru’s work with college students in the U.S. and around the world. As a caring community passionate about connecting people to Jesus Christ, Cru’s campus ministry helps young adults develop a passionate, growing faith. Freedom 58 partners with Cru to ignite conversations about and deepen student’s knowledge of a God who loves justice. Visit the University page (link) to learn more about Freedom 58’s work on college campuses.
IJM is a global organization that protects the poor from violence in the developing world. Its global team includes hundreds of lawyers, investigators, social workers, community activists, and other professionals at work in more than 20 communities. IJM works to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen local justice systems.
Love Justice International is a nonprofit organization working to relieve poverty in the developing world. In addition to its work with orphans and street children, LJI fights human-trafficking and the sex trade in India and Nepal. Freedom 58 brings dignity to those who have successfully gone through the LJI aftercare program in the Portrait Exhibit. A portion of the funds raised by Freedom 58 are given to LJI to grow the much needed restorative work they do.
10ThousandWindows is an aftercare organization that equips human trafficking survivors with the education, skills, and jobs they need to stay safe and stay free. Their job readiness program helps survivors of violence and exploitation in SE Asia find safe and sustainable employment. Freedom 58 brings dignity to those who have successfully gone through the 10ThousandWindows job readiness training program in the Portrait Exhibit. A portion of the funds raised by Freedom 58 are given to 10ThousandWindows to grow the much needed work they do.
AIM is a humanitarian aid organization fighting trafficking in Cambodia. In addition to targeting perpetrators, the mission provides comprehensive rehabilitation services to help trafficking victims build a safe, prosperous future. Freedom 58 brings dignity to those who have successfully gone through the AIM aftercare program in the Portrait Exhibit. A portion of the funds raised by Freedom 58 are given to AIM to grow the much needed restorative work they do.
Reintegra is a counter human trafficking non-profit based in the USA that partners with the lives and dreams of survivors in Mexico City, Mexico. They partner with survivors' passions and dreams to see broken lives made whole.