Our founder is a givingtuesday starling collective fellow for 2021

GivingTuesday’s Starling Collective is a global fellowship and experimental learning lab for grassroots leaders and movement builders who are catalyzing generosity, empathy, equity, and justice. The 2021 cohort includes 50 grassroots organizers, activists, artists, and changemakers representing 29 countries and ranging in age from 14 to 57–all creating extraordinary impact.” Learn more here.

Our founder, Nikole Lim, was selected as a member of the 2021 cohort! To support Freely in Hope’s efforts in equipping survivors to lead in ending sexual violence, GivingTuesday provided us with a $2,000 grant!

This year, GivingTuesday falls on Nikole Lim’s birthday on November 30. To share in the generosity, we’re hosting a virtual chapati party to celebrate with friends far and wide! We’ll be making chapati, a delicious layered flatbread typically served at celebrations in Kenya. Learn from master chapati-maker, Lydia Matioli, who is a Freely in Hope alumni and program manager from Kenya. 

Join us for this fun cooking class and learn about some exciting updates that Lydia and Nikole will share around becoming new authors!

Join the chapati party!
November 30, 2021
7:30 PM PT

This event is made possible by a generous grant from GivingTuesday.

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