What We Do
The overall aim of Freedom Charity is to raise awareness and prevent child abuse, keeping children safe
We have the first 24 hour seven days a week Helpline in the country. The Helpline 0845 607 0133 and Textline text ‘4freedom’ to 88802 are manned by trained professionals to help victims of forced marriage and their friends who are seeking help, support and advice.
We work together with the Home Office and Foreign and Commonwealth Office, police forces and the National Council of Women as well other organisations to provide a comprehensive and unique service that enables friends of those who may be facing a forced marriage to help and support potential victims.
Freedom’s schools program is being run throughout the UK. Freedom’s aim is for every teenager to receive a copy of “But It’s Not Fair”. We have produced a set of resources such as lesson plans, workshops and activities, consistent with the National Curriculum, for teachers to deliver to all their students, as it is usually the friends of potential victims who are best positioned to raise the alarm.
Get The App
We have developed an App with the signs of forced marriage and a Help button linking directly to our Helpline. In an emergency, the smartphone GPS facility can be used to track the caller and alert the police in that area. This is a unique service that Freedom Charity believes will save lives.Read More
Freedom Charity has a social media strategy using Facebook ,Twitter and YouTube. Freedom is also developing an interactive website for students, teachers and other professionals working with children. This is designed to not only empower young people to be equipped to save the life of their best friend, but also to use social media as a positive platform to engage them.
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.