Freedom Charity relies on fundraisers to help us provide the care and support that victims of abuse need and to continue raising awareness in schools.
Fundraising for Freedom Charity can be a lot of fun whilst also helping out a very worthwhile cause. Check out some of our fundraising ideas below!
Successful fundraising and awareness raising initiatives will be publicised on our website with the opportunity to progress and, should you impress with hardwork and passion, you will be offered a place as part of the Freedom Fellowship.
Become an Ambassador
As an ambassador of Freedom Charity you will be gaining excellent, meaningful experience. All fundraisers will receive a certificate of gratitude from Freedom for their hard work. This
is a brilliant representation of your efforts and character that can be presented to future employers in your CV and even be a highlight for your personal statement should you be looking a university.
Your achievements can be published on the Charity website as a showcase for all your hard work that you can be trulynproud of. You have a great opportunity to selflessly improve
the lives of others and contribute towards rescue efforts that ultimately could save someones life.
Hard work will be rewarded with the opportunity to join the Freedom Fellowship. As part of this group you will be invited to meet with us and other members of the fellowship at nconferences and can keep in contact with members through the Fellowship forum. This is a great way to keep you connected nto likeminded individuals that want to make a difference.
What We Do
Freedom or Freedom Charity is a UK-based charity formed to give support to victims of forced marriage and violence upon women thought to have brought dishonour on their family.
We target schools with presentations and sessions directly with students, whilst also offering training and lesson plans for teachers so that they may also aid in raising awareness. We also have a 24/7 helpline.
- Always ensure the appropriate safety measures are in place.
- Try to work in a team, if you’re fundraising outside of schools it is safer to be with people you know.
- Do remember to let people know what you are fundraising for.
- Don’t put yourself or others at risk.
- Don’t go ahead with something without appropriate permission for what you are doing.
- Don’t pressure anyone to participate or donate to the charity if they don’t want to.
Donate to Freedom today!
Your help and support in raising awareness is crucial to saving lives. Alternatively, just text the words FREE02 followed by the amount you can give (£2 / £5 / £10 etc) to 70070.
International Day Zero Tolerance Female Genital Mutilation https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/feb/06/anti-fgm-campaign-red-triangle-uk-global-day-opposition The 6th of February marks the International Day Zero Tolerance Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). There are an estimated 137,000 women and girls affected by FGM in England and Wales. 200 million women and girls have gone through FGM worldwide.