NEWS & Blog
Freely in Hope celebrated the launch of Pendo’s Power, our very first illustrated children’s book that teaches parents and children how to prevent child sexual abuse. Our launch was held in Nairobi, Kenya with sponsors including Kenya National Library Service, ICEA Lion, and the Directorate of Children’s Services.
Catch us in the Bay Area and online through a series of inspiring educational events!
After sexual assault, all facets of you deserve the attention and patience to heal. A holistic approach ensures that all parts of us can thrive after experiencing trauma.
We’re so excited to be back in-person at these incredible holiday events! Join us in California to learn about our transformative work with survivors across Kenya and Zambia.
It’s the most wonderful time of the yea and there are so many ways to spread the love! When you shop through our partners, they will give back to Freely in Hope!
The holidays are a beautiful time of connection with friends and family near and far. Regardless of the family situations that we come from, we can make empowered decisions to protect our children during this holiday season.
Every year, Freely In Hope commemorates the International Day of the Girl that focuses on empowering girls and women to use their voices in their communities to speak against injustice. This year, we had the privilege to partner with Ujamaa Africa and Imarika Youth to empower girls in Kibera, Kenya to learn self defense skills.
On International Day of the Girl this year, Freely in Hope is empowering 300 girls through self-defense trainings in Kenya and Zambia. Learn how you can promote safety for girls!
Rape culture is real — the words we say may be unintentional, but careless comments, lack of support, and judgmental attitudes cause great harm. Many survivors are harmed emotionally and psychologically because of the myths, stigmas, and stereotypes that are dominant in a patriarchal culture.