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Our scholars love receiving letters from our supporters across the world! Meet our scholars here:  Send a scholar a handwritten letter to our office: 2560 Ninth Street #316, Berkeley, CA 94710 Or, you can send them an email! We’ll make sure they see it.

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Dear Friends of Freely in Hope, On Saturday, August 26, 2017, we will be hosting our 7th Anniversary Gala at Dogpatch Studios in San Francisco! In addition to requesting your presence at this event, I humbly ask you, your corporation or your family to consider coming alongside us by being a Matching Sponsor for our Gala. Over 200 guests will …

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ABOUT THE WORKSHOP Art has the ability to speak meaning beyond words—expressing unspoken pain, unseen wounds, the possibility of hope, and audacious dreams. In this workshop, engage in art practices, and processes of reflection that illustrate how the intersection of art and healing leads to transformation. The Art + Healing workshop is designed for those in search of healing for …

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  Join Us! AUGUST 26, 2017 6-9 PM (Doors open at 5:30 PM)    – DOGPATCH STUDIOS 991 Tennessee St San Francisco, CA 94107 – Our 7th Anniversary Gala will bring together all of our supporters from around the country to celebrate seven years of providing holistic education for survivors of sexual violence in Kenya, Zambia, and South Africa. This …

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When people recognize that rape culture is prevalent, many ask me this question: How can I be an advocate against sexual violence?   1. Support a survivor through the healing process. 2. Maintain the survivor’s confidentiality. 3. Be patient and non-judgmental. 4. Suggest options but allow the survivor to decide what action to take. 5. Do not stay silent when …

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When people find out that I’m a survivor, many ask me this question: As a survivor, what can I do to find healing?   1. Admit the fact that it has happened. 2. Understand that it is not your fault. 2. Seek medical attention and justice. 3. See a counselor. 4. Reach out to someone you trust. 5. Join a …

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In this season of joy, we want to share some of our most joyous moments of the year with you! We taught on Healing from Trauma with over 200 students at our partner school, I Can Fly International! We also reached out to high school boys in the session and were inspired by their vision for a violence-free Kenya! Eunice, our very …

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I wake up every morning feeling incredibly happy to be living in this beautiful life. But I wasn’t always like this. Ten years ago, I was completely hopeless. Every dream that I ever had seemed to vanish into thin air. I never imagined that one day, my life would be beautiful.   In Kenya, I was raised in a slum community where I was exposed to …

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