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June Highlights

June Highlights

6 scholars dreamed about their future careers

Our team in Kenya conducted a career test where our high school scholars were able to align their education with their future aspirations! They have big dreams and we are excited to collaborate with them!

10 scholars supported through individualized tutoring

We have been providing individualized tutoring in safe spaces for our high school scholars in Zambia. As a result, their grades have been improving! We are proud of their academic growth and success.

Support Black Women-Owned Businesses

Compliments ‘N Coffee is a Black female-owned business, selling mugs that feature affirming messages. Compliments ‘N Coffee will be donating $5 from the first 100 pre-orders to Freely in Hope! Get yours today!

Donor Spotlight

Katey, San Francisco

Katey, 14, is making masks to support Freely in Hope’s COVID-19 Relief Fund! Our donors all around the world have collaborated with Freely in Hope in meaningful ways to support our scholars during the pandemic. 

Upcoming Webinar with Nikole Lim

Jul 09, 2020, 04:00 PM

Jul 09, 2020, 05:00 PM

Join us at The Courage 365 Show for abuse survivors, advocates, and those who love them. The show is filled with healing tips and inspirational stories to help you live a life of courage. My episode will be simultaneously LIVE streamed to Courage 365’s Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube.

At Freely in Hope, we believe that recognizing the inherent dignity of oppressed peoples is essential to the pursuit of justice. We stand for Black lives. Decolonizing and dismantling our education systems, religious systems, and justice systems is part of our work of ending sexual violence and empowering survivors to thrive.

Read our statement here.

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Join the Liberation is Here Book Club

Join the Book Club for Liberation is Here! We’ll be joined by Freely in Hope staff and alumni to discuss the themes of the book, ways to incorporate learnings, and a discussion guide to utilize to start your own Book Club!

July’s Hopeful News

Our Kenyan team finally got to move all of our high school scholars to the safe house! We are excited for the opportunity to engage them more, both academically and psycho-socially.

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