Lately, we see and hear more and more stories of precious children being abducted and sold into slavery. How do we sit by and do nothing? You may say what can I do? The problem is so huge! Each of us can do something!
In one month 72 women from 6 countries will be doing something in Colorado! They each paid all of their own expenses to climb. They committed to raising awareness and funds to help end slavery. They will climb 7 14,000 feet summits in 4 days! They have a goal of raising $500,000 to help end slavery and human trafficking.
You may not be able to climb, but you can definitely do something! Have you heard Mathew West’s song “Do Something”? Several of our climbers have made it their theme song.
Join us in our efforts to end slavery, human trafficking and oppression of women and children globally.
• Pray- individually and help get others to pray for the victims, the projects, those serving in the projects , our ministry and those climbing. We will provide prayer booklets. We also have a monthly prayer calendar.
• Give- donate to the projects and support the climbers efforts.
You can change lives! Would you consider a monthly gift?
•. Help raise awareness and funds. Use our tools to help raise funds and awareness in your community and church. Forward this to all your friends. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
•. Join us for a climb! You never thought you could climb? We had 18-72 year olds climb with us. You will be surprised by what you can do with God’s help! Men can join us for our next two climbs!
Mt. Kilimanjaro – individuals, corporations and churches are invited to join us for our first Corporate Climb.
South Africa- the whole family is invited. This is a great opportunity to see our projects, do outreach and hike. (Something for all ages)
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YOU CAN DO SOMETHING! You can change lives one at a time! $5000 $1000, $100 or any amount helps transform a life and generations to come!
Go to http://www.theFreedomClimb.net to learn more about the projects and donate.
Tina Yeager, Director Freedom Climb (USA)