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Annual Report 2013 PARTNERS IN RECOVERING HER HUMANITY


Our Mission

To partner with organizations and individuals globally to meet the needs of trafficking survivors and those who are considered to be in high risk of being trafficked. We partner by providing financial, emotional and spiritual support.

We have chosen to fulfill this mission through our 4 S’s Shelters, Stations (border monitoring), Scholarships, and Sustainable Programs.


Colette Bercu; CEO/Founder How thrilling  it  has  been  to  see  the  numbers  of  girls  we  have  been  able  to  help   together   in   2013.   This   has   been   a   challenging   year   for   me   personally,   as   I   was   diagnosed   with   a   rare   disorder   and   had   to   undergo   craniotomy   surgery   (brain   surgery)   in   September   of   2013.   My   resolve   and   commitment   to   the   work   of   Free   for   Life,   your   prayers,   my   husband’s   love   and   the   grace   of   God   carried   me   through.  As  you  can  see  reflected  in  the  amount  of  funds  that  came  into  Free  for   Life   this   year,   our   donaKons   were   down.   Despite   that,   you   can   see   that   the   work   we   were   able   to   accomplish   grew!   We   helped   more   girls,   gave   more   scholarships,   and   reached   even   deeper   along  with  PRC  to  help  ensure  girls  who  were  vicKmized  by  trafficking  found  the  help  and  love  they  needed  to   heal   from   the   trauma   they   had   endured.   Each   Kme   I   found   myself   sinking   into   sadness   over   my   diagnosis,   I   would  remind  myself  that,  no  maUer  what  I  was  going  through,  I  did  not  have  to  endure  the  torture  the  girls  we   work  to  help  have  endured.  That  gave  me  the  strength  to  press  on.     Each   and   every   girl   is   precious   and   her   story   is   unique.   I   am   not   sure   why   someKmes   a   girl’s   story   or   her   picture   will  grab  me  so  hard  that  I  cannot  let  go  of  the  image  or  story.  Heena’s  story  and  picture  affected  me  this  way.   Heena  had  tried  so  hard  to  do  the  right  thing  by  working  hard  and  taking  beUer  jobs  as  her  skills  improved.  But  it   was  her  picture  that  especially  broke  my  heart.  I  saw  such  despair  in  this  girl’s  face  as  she  sat  in  the  border  office.   I   would   even   say   hopelessness.   She   seemed   defeated   knowing   what   had   been   in   store   for   her   on   the   other   side   of  the  Nepal  border.  Only  moments  before,  Heena  had  been  so  hopeful  as  she  was  on  her  way  across  the  border   toward  what  she  believed  would  be  a  beUer  life.  I  can  imagine  she  thought  “Now  what?  Is  there  no  hope  to  do   beUer?”  She  did  not  know  that  those  same  people  who  told  her  what  that  job  offer  would  have  entailed  would   help  her  to  be  able  to  walk  along  a  path  toward  a  brighter  future.  This  year,  I  ask  for  partnership  in  helping  us   grow  in  donaKons  and  influence  to  help  us  make  even  larger  connecKons  with  those  who  have  a  heart  for  the   work  of  rescue,  prevenKon  and  restoraKon  of  young  women  trapped  in  lives  of  slavery.  Thank  you  for  coming  on   this   journey   with   us   over   the   last   8   years,   and   allowing   my   heart   to   sing   each   Kme   we   are   blessed   to   help   another  girl.  

! Dr Daniel Bercu; VP/Founder As the co founder of Free for Life it has been such a blessing to me personally to be a part of the work of Free for Life International. I feel I have been given a precious gift; the gift of inspiration. This has come through observing the many survivors I have been privileged to get to know, to see their determination to help others, and the grace with which they carry themselves. I feel privileged to have helped, and been a small part of their life in any way, to have just known them for even a brief moment. They are a living testimony to the strength and resiliency of the human spirit, and they are the definition of a true hero.


From January to December 2013

Free for Life worked to meet the needs of 179 young women who had been victimized by slavery and rescued, or who were considered to be at high risk of being trafficked in Nepal.

Border Monitoring

123

girls rescued

Scholarships

112

56 tailoring class 56 sewing machines


Free for Life’s partnership with Peace Rehabilitation Center Nepal !

Nepal conKnues   to   be   a   source   country   for   men,   women,   and   children   trafficked   for   the   purposes   of   commercial   sexual  exploitaKon  and  involuntary  servitude.  Young  women  are  primarily  trafficked  within  the  country  of  Nepal,  and     to  India,  the  Middle  East  and  China  for  commercial  sexual  exploitaKon,  labor  trafficking,  or  forced  marriage.  They  are   also  forced  to  become  prosKtutes,  domesKc  servants,  circus  entertainers,  factory  workers,  or  beggars.   Free  for  Life  Interna-onal  began  our  border  monitoring  partnership  with  The  Peace  RehabilitaKon  Center  in  2010.  We   conKnued  our  partnership  with  the  Peace  RehabilitaKon  Center  through  the  financial  support  of  2  border  monitoring   stations  in  2013,  as  well  as  with  the  opening  of    a  new  border  monitoring  office  in  the  Rasuwa  district.  The  Rasuwa   office  is  not  a  full  border  monitoring  station  yet,  but  its  purpose  was  for  education  and  awareness  about  trafficking   in   an   attempt   to   make   the   young   women   in   this   district   less   vulnerable   to   traffickers.   This   is   where   a   new   6   lane   highway  is  scheduled  to  open.     The  cost  for  the  border  monitoring  program  in  2013  was  $63,152.  With  the  rising  of  cost  of  living  in  Nepal,  Free  for   Life  has  made  an  annual  commitment  of  $66,100  for  the  next  2  years  for  the  border  monitoring  programs.That  sum   includes  Free  for  Life’s  administraKon  costs  as  well.      

In 2013,  our  border  monitoring  program  included   • Krishnanagar  border  staKon  (located  on  the  Nepal/India  border)   • Kodari  border  staKon  (located  on  the  Nepal/Tibet  border)   • New  border  office  (located  in  the  Rasuwa  district  on  the  Nepal/Tibet  border)     The   purpose   of   the   border   monitoring   program   remained   the   same   which   was   to   make   every   effort   to   rescue   and   help   restore   young   women   from   slavery   as   they   crossed   the   borders   of   Nepal   especially   in   the   areas   where   our   border   staKons  are  located.     Below  are  the  border  monitoring  staKsKcs  for  the  Krishnanagar  and  the  Kodari  border  monitoring  staKons.  

To date, 411 young women have been rescued through our partner border monitoring program


Nepal Jan 2013 - Dec 2013

Border Monitoring Stats Krishnanagar (Nepal/India) Orphan

Age

Total girls  /   women   counseled

Repatriated to  the   parents

3

27

1

1

8

1

Group Father

Mother

Below 10

Both

Referral to  the   police

Referral to   Rehab  Center PRC         H.Q

Unmarried

Total Rescued

27

2

18

500

11

455

663

45

292

169

18

Other org

10-­‐15

23

19

2

509

16-­‐20

57

27

11

1,118 38

7

21-­‐25

15

10

5

461

14

3

26-­‐30

10

6

3

178

7

152

26

7

30 above

6

2

3

63

1

59

2

1

Total

111

64

27

2,356 69

976

1,387 84

12

1

Married

1

1

2

1

Only 2 of the amazing stories as a result of this border station.


One Precious Girl’s Story

A

nanya had   seen   the   devastaKng   trauma   of   trafficking   firsthand   as   a   child.   Trafficking   first   came   to   Ananya   at   her   home   when   Ananya’s   oldest   sister   fell   vicKm   to   a   trafficker   who   posed   as   a   job   agent   and   lured   her   into   slavery.   Aker   Ananya’s   older   sister   was   taken,   their   mother   became  ill  due  to  the  stress  and  worry  for  her  missing  daughter.  The  family  was  desperately  poor   and,   due   to   the   family’s   inability   to   afford   medical   care,   her   mother   did   not   live.   Ananya’s   father   was   absent   from   the   family   and   cared   very   liUle   for   his   children.   Ananya’s   father   soon   remarried   and  he  did  not  protect  her,  as  a  father  should.  When  Ananya  came  to  live  with  him,  Ananya’s  life   was  filled  with  daily  harassment  and  abuse  from  both  her  new  stepmother  and  her  father.  

!

Taking a  break  from  a  troubled  life  at  home,  Ananya  went  to  a  fesKval  in  a  nearby  town.  While   enjoying  the  fesKval,  she  was  an  introduced  by  friends  to  a  handsome  stranger.  Nepal,  it  is  not   uncommon  for  someone  you  do  not  know  well  to  propose  marriage  to  you,  and  this  man  knew   all  the  right  things  to  say  to  Ananya.  He  painted  a  picture  of  prosperity  where  she  would  live  a   charmed  life  and  be  well  cared-­‐for.  He  seemed  so  kind,  and  words  swayed  Ananya  to  say  yes  to   his  proposal.  A  short  Kme  later,  he  took  her  to  Kathmandu  where  they  were  married.  To  Ananya’s   horror,   married   life   was   not   what   Ananya   expected   it   to   be;   her   new   husband   moved   them   from   place  to  place  every  two  weeks,  secluding  Ananya  in  rooms  they  would  rent.  One  evening,  her   new   husband   smuggled   her   past   border   guards   on   the   Nepal   border   and   brought   Ananya   into   India.   There,   he   sold   her   to   a   hotel   to   be   used   as   a   sex   slave   and   he   was   never   seen   again.   What   speaks  so  much  to  the  heart  of  Ananya  is  that  she  never  stopped  believing  her  husband  would   return   for   her   one   day,   but   that   was   not   to   be.   Ananya   remembers   being   held   there   for   four   springs,   and   being   forced   to   cater   to   the   desires   of   the   men   who   came   to   the   hotel.   If   she   refused  or  gave  trouble,  she  would  be  tortured  and  starved  unKl  she  complied.   The  reputaKon  of  our  partner  border  monitoring  staKons  and  our  staff  is  well  known  in  Nepal,   and  Ananya’s  situaKon  was  reported  to  the  Peace  RehabilitaKon  Center.  Through  the  cooperaKon   of   local   police   and   other     anK-­‐trafficking   organizaKons,   we   were   able   to   rescue   Ananya   from   the   hotel!  

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Thanks to   the   grace   of   God   and   the   efforts   of   the   PRC,   Ananya   is   now   safely   back   in   Nepal!   Undergoing   therapy   and   now   having   the   support   she   needs   to   move   toward   a   bright   future,   she   has  an  opportunity  to  start  a  new  life,  free  from  slavery.    Ananya’s  story  is  far  from  over,  as  this   brave  young  woman  recently  tesKfied  against  three  of  her  traffickers  and  they  are  now  behind   bars.  Ananya  is  doing  so  well  and  is  excited  about  her  future.


Nepal Jan 2013 - Dec 2013

Border Monitoring Stats Kodari (Nepal/Tibet) Orphan

Age

Group Father

Mother

Both

Total girls  /   women   counseled

Repatriated to  the   parents

Referral to  the   police

Referral to   Rehab  Center PRC         H.Q

Married

Unmarried

Other org

Below 10

1

1

10-­‐15

5

4

16-­‐20

11

4

409

11

21-­‐25

7

4

588

21

26-­‐30

3

232

2

49

2

30 above Total

21

8

1,284 36

Total Rescued

83

426

11

1

213

374

22

2

139

82

4

40

9

2

475

896

39

3

Only 2 of the amazing stories as a result of this border station.


One Precious Girl’s Story

T

hrough the   exemplary   work   of   the   staff   at   the   Kodari   border   located   on   the   Nepal/Tibet   border,  

Heena was  prevented  from  a  life  of  sex  slavery  in  China.  Heena  is  21  years  old.  When  quesKoned  by   the  border  staff  about  why  she  was  traveling  into  China  this  is  the  story  that  came  out.    

!

Heena said   she   was   trying   to   go   China   to   work   at   a   hotel.     She   said   she   had   been   offered   a   job   by   a   woman   who   claimed   to   own   a   hotel.   When   Heena   tried   to   cross   the   border,   she   was   met   by   our   partner  staff.  Heena  shared  the  name  of  the  woman  who  had  promised  her  a  job,  and  the  border   staff  recognized  the  name  from  other  girls  who  had  been  rescued.  They  knew  this  was  no  legiKmate   job  offer.  The  border  staff  is  well  aware  of  the  fact  that  many  of  the  girls  they  have  rescued  at  this   border  have  been  lured  by  false  promises  of  working  in  hotels,  restaurants,  and  dance  clubs.  They   have  come  to  know  that  these  are  the  very  places  where  many  girls  are  now  trapped  into  lives  of   sex  slavery  and  forced  stripping.  The  majority  of  the  girls  that  are  interviewed  and  stopped  at  the   border  were  promised  jobs  in  hotels.  They  had  no  idea  that  they  would  also  be  forced  to  have  sex   with  patrons  of  these  places.  

!

Last year,  two  girls,  who  entered  China  by  crossing  a  river  before  you  get  into  Kodari,  said  they  were   forced   to   have   sex   with   men   once   they   got   to   the   place   that   promised   them   work.   Thankfully   these   two   girls   managed   to   escape   their   captors,     but   lost   their   way   and   got   stranded   on   a   cliff   on   the   other   side   of   the   river   for   24   hours.   They   were   later   rescued   by   Nepalese   police.   The   young   women   never  realized  that  they  were  punng  themselves  at  risk.    

!

So many  young  women  end  up  being  trapped  in  dance  bars  and  hotels  once  they  enter  China.  The   girls  do  not  have  proper  work  visas,  so  if  they  escape  and  are  caught  by  the  Chinese  police,  they  are   prosecuted   for   immigraKon   violaKon.   Thankfully,   Heena   was   saved   from   this   fate   and   has   been   reunited  with  her  family  in  Nepal.  Unlike  in  India,  the  ability  of  the  border  staff  and  Nepalese  police   to  rescue  girls  in  China  is  limited.  The  woman  who  had  promised  Heena  a  job  is  now  on  a  watch  list   with  our  partner  border  staff.  They  are  aUempKng  to  apprehend  her  the  next  Kme  she  returns  to   Nepal.  


New Border Office Rasuwa

  In  July,  Free  for  Life  partnered  with  the  Peace  RehabilitaKon  Center  to  open  a  new  border  office  in  the   district   of   Rasuwa.   This   district   is   extremely   large   and   is   located   on   the   Nepal/Tibet   border   in   close   proximity   to   the   exisKng   Kodari   border   monitoring   staKon,   also   located   on   the   Nepal/Tibet   border.   The   Kodari   border   (friendship   bridge)   is   the   central   trade   crossing   between   Nepal   and   China   leading   to   trade   between   China   and   India.   Billions   of   dollars  in  business  and  thousands  of  businessmen   cross   this   border   annually,   making   the   Kodari   border  a  major  trading  route  at  the  moment.  The   current   highway   is   only   one   lane,   which   leaves   trucks   waiKng   in   line   for   up   to   a   week   to   carry   their   goods   across.   That   is   about   to   change   drasKcally   in   the   next   few   years,   with   a   new   six   lane   highway   under   construcKon   in   the   Rasuwa   district.  The  new  Rasuwa  office  is  located  close  to   where   the   vast   6   lane   highway   is   under   construcKon.  

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Once this   highway   is   completed,   the   Rasuwa   District  will  become  the  central  business  hub  and  trade  route  between  Nepal/China  and  IndoChina  trade.   Along   with   the   new   six   lane   highway   will   come   the   expansion   of   businesses,   big   hotels,   restaurants,   massage  parlors,  and  dance  bars  on  both  sides  of  the  border.  Businesses  of  all  types  will  grow  and  be  in   high   demand   to   meet   the   increase   in   people   who   will   travel   for   all   types   of   reasons   both   in   Nepal   and   China  (Tibet).  This  will  result  in  a  higher  demand  for  Nepalese  girls  to  meet  the  demands  of  travelers.    

       We  have  seen  this  exact  scenario  play  out  at  the  Kodari  border,  where  hundreds  of  Nepalese  people  are   working   on   the   Chinese   side   in   dance   bars,   restaurants,   hotels,   and   massage   parlors   serving   customers.   Most  of  these  girls  are  staying  in  China  illegally.  You  only  have  to  look  at  the  Kodari  border  rescue  chart   above  to  see  the  demand  for  Nepalese  girls  in  China.  Right  now,  residents  of  Nepalese  districts  that  border   China  are  issued  visitor  visas  to  enter  China  for  six  months.  These  visas  allow  Nepalese  people  to  travel   freely  across  the  Nepal-­‐China  border  without  any  other  visa  requirements.  Traffickers  are  taking  advantage   of  the  visa  travel  documents,  and  girls  from  places  like  Sindhupalchok,  Nuwakot,  Ramechap,  Dhading  and   Rasuwa  are  lured  to  go  to  work  in  China  not  knowing  they  will  be  forced  into  lives  of  sex  slavery.  

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The goal  of  this  new  Rasuwa  border  office  is  to  work  through  a  mulK-­‐dimensional   approach   to   prevent   the   trafficking   of   vulnerable   young   women   into   China   now   and  in  the  future  throughout  the  Rasuwa  District.  

Staff has  begun  to  reach  out  to  vulnerable  groups  in  their  remote  villages  who  are   at  high  risk  of  trafficking.  


New Border Office Rasuwa

Though distribuKon  of  literature,  sign  posKngs,  community  building  (including  villagers,  government  officials,   district  administrators,  churches,  and  police)  people  are  being  made  aware  of  the  dangers  of  trafficking.  Through   this   office   staff   have   already   iniKated   talks   with   the   District   AdministraKon   Office   (which   issues   passports),   to   work  toward  providing  free  counseling  for  girls  who  are  planning  to  go  abroad  for  work.  As  it  is  rarely  safe  for   these  girls  to  seek  foreign  employment,  the  young  women  will  be  counseled  to  seek  alternaKve  opportuniKes   within  their  communiKes.  

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Since the   opening   of   this   border   office,   fear   has   been   created   among   traffickers   who   now   know   they   are   being   watched.     Traffickers   are   feeling   the   pressure   of   being   watched  and  that  their  crimes  will  lead  to  prison  sentencing.   Traffickers   who   may   have   been   thinking   about   using   this   district  to  lure  girls  across  the  new  border  highway  are  now   under   the   watchful   eye   of   this   new   office.   PRC   has   already   alerted   locals,   government   offices   and   the   community   regarding  our  objecKves  and  services.

Why this new office is so important

Bina  was  rescued  from  a  brothel  in  India  and  brought  to  the  main  PRC  shelter.  Originally,  Bina  and  her  family   wanted  her  to  come  back  to  their  community,  which  is  near  the  border  office  at  Rasuwa.  So  aker  few  days  of   counseling   at   the   main   shelter,   Bina   was   repatriated   with   her   parents.   A   week   aker   she   had   returned   to   her   village,  PRC  received  a  Kp  from  a  source  saying  that  one  of  Bina’s  family  members  may  have  been  involved  in   her   trafficking.   Through   the   Rasuwa   office   inquiries   were   made   about   the   situaKon   and   a   team   was   sent   to   Bina’s  village.  Again,  Bina  and  her  family  were  counseled  and  she  was  offered  the  opportunity  to  go  back  to  the   main  PRC  shelter.  This  Kme  she  chose  to  stay.  While  at  the  shelter  PRC  became  aware  again  through  a  source   that   intense   pressure   was   being   put   on   Bina   by   family   members   to   not   disclose   the   trafficker’s   name.   It   was   discovered  that  those  who  had  trafficked  her  were  considered  to  be  very  powerful  and  influenKal  people  within   her   community.   Aker   a   few   weeks   of   counseling,   Bina   named   her   traffickers   and   PRC   filed   a   case   against   the   suspect  who  is  now  under  judicial  custody  facing  trial.  

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While in  the  center,  Bina  gave  us  a  list  of  12  girls  who  were  under  the  age  of  18  being  held  in  the  same  red-­‐light   area  in  India.  The  Rasuwa  office  staff  visited  Bina’s  village,  and  we  were  shaUered  to  learn  that  the  majority  of   households  in  the  village  have  a  member  missing  due  to  being  trafficked.  At  that  Kme  staff  also  met  two  girls   who   have   returned   aker   being   trafficked   at   a   brothel   and   escaped.   With   the   help   of   Bina’s   informaKon   and   other   girls,   we   got   the   names   of   the   12   girls,   and   informaKon   about   their   locaKon   in   India.   PRC   is   working   with   the  Nepalese  embassy  and  Indian  police  to  help  rescue  these  girls  and  have  them  returned  to  Nepal.  This  is  an   ongoing  case  at  this  Kme.  

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Without the  new  border  office,  it  is  doubpul  there  would  have  been  relaKonships  built  up  to  learn  about  just   how  vulnerable  girls  within  the  district  are,  or  about  the  girls  who  already  have  fallen  vicKm  to  traffickers.


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In 2013, Free for Life gave out 112 scholarships to young women who were considered at high risk of being trafficked. !

• 56 young women received scholarships of $225 each to attend the new tailoring program for 6 months • 56 young women will receive a sewing machine as a graduation gift upon graduating from the class.


Tailoring

Krishnanagar clas

Program

s Kodari class

not all girls in the classes were able to be there the day of class photo

Message from the director of the tailoring program in Nepal: Meena “It's my privilege to be part of PRC sewing project funded by Free For Life International. What an honor to be part of the project to reach 56 girls this semester of six months and get them trained for sustainable income of their own. Instead of being dependent to the male dominant society, we can be a provider to the family. I am very excited, as these girls will not only learn the sewing skill but will get a chance to hear the gospel. What a life changing moment that would be when one lost soul enters GOD's kingdom. I will put my effort to make this training successful and save girls who are at risk or have been a victim of trafficking. I praise GOD for using me for this work, and I will share my knowledge and experience to all of them."

Tailoring class at Rasuwa- Meena, tailoring program director, is on the right


Goals for 2014 and Updates

Tailoring program: 2014 will  see  the  tailoring  program  conKnue.  As  with  all  of  the  programs,  we  are  partnering  with  PRC  as   we  conKnue  evaluaKons  to  see  if  we  can  do  something  beUer  each  and  every  year.  The  new  classes  began  in   January.  In  2014,  6  tailoring  classes  will  be  offered.  However,  we  are  making  some  changes  to  the  graduaKon   sewing  machines  and  are  developing  a  micro-­‐loan  program  for  the  sewing  machines.  These  micro-­‐loans  would   only  be  made  available  to  those  girls  who  express  the  commitment  and  desire  to  make  tailoring  a  career.  Free   for   Life   would   give   50%   of   the   $100   for   each   sewing   machine   as   a   grant,   and   the   other   50%   of   the   sewing   machine  would  become  a  micro-­‐loan  to  be  paid  back  interest-­‐free  over  the  next  2  years.  We  are  expecKng  to   give   about   60-­‐100   full   scholarships   to   girls   for   the   6   month   tailoring   classes.   Each   of   these   grants   will   be   for   $225.00  in  2014  for  this  tailoring  program.  

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We are   also   looking   into   the   possibility   of   a   residenKal   tailoring   program,   to   offer   more   opportuniKes   to   girls   who   have   been   rescued   at   each   border   staKon   and   repatriated   back   with   their   families.   Right   now,   many   of   these  girls  cannot  take  advantage  of  the  tailoring  classes  due  to  the  inability  to  travel  from  where  they  are.  They   may  be  anywhere  from  4  to  12  hours  away  from  where  a  class  is  being  offered.  

Border Monitoring:

Free for   Life   remains   commiUed   to   partner   with   the   Peace   RehabilitaKon   Center   both   at   the   Krishnanagar   border  located  on  the  Nepal/India  border,  and  the  Kodari  border  located  on  the  Nepal/Tibet  border.  This  is  in   addiKon  to  the  new  border  office  in  the  Rasuwa  district.  The  border  monitoring  program  conKnues  to  be  one  of   the  most  effecKve  tools  at  our  disposal  to  rescue  and  prevent  girls  from  lives  of  slavery  in  Nepal  as  well  as  a  way   to  apprehend  trafficker.  

The Traffick Report: In 2013,   founder   ColeUe   Bercu   recorded   26   radio   spots   for   the   radio   show   she   started   called   “The   Traffick   Report”.  The  goal  was  to  bring  awareness  about  the  subject  of  trafficking  to  over  100  radio  staKons  and  reach   ten   of   thousands   of   people.     So   many   people   across   the   United   States   reached   out   to   say   they   were   so   grateful   the  program  was  on,  or  that  they  had  never  heard  about  the  subject.

Free for Life continues to make emergency funds available on a case by case basis for trafficking victims in the Nashville area.


Financial Information 2013

Total Income $123,336 Donors Foundations/Grants

Corporations Other

Breakdown

Category

Value

Individual Donors

$86,610.50

Corporations

$11,725.26

Foundations/Grants

$25,000.00

Other Total

$123,336

Major grant donors: Retail Orphan Initiative, Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

Programs Administration

Total Expenditures

Category

Value

Programs

$128,379.32

Fundraising Administration

Total

$ 6,758.68 $21,172.45 $141,016

Fundraising


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