Give a Young Trafficking Victim a Scholarship
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Welcome to the Free for Life International's scholarship program. The money from this program goes toward scholarships for the girls who are either survivors of trafficking or those considered to be at high risk of being trafficked. This fund enables them to attend classes toward a trade or continue with their education to higher learning. It is a struggle for shelters and organizations to provide for all of the basics each girls may need so they may have no additional funds to help these girls reach future goals. That is why we at Free for Life began the scholarship funding 2011. To give young women that have survived so much in their lives the opportunity to follow their dream into the trade of their choice, or continue their schooling to reach for the stars. This first scholarship went to Susan a young woman that is now 19. And reach her goal through this fund to attend beauty school. But this young woman was the beginning of this fund.Funds from this scholarship fund may pay for supplies or books or the fees for classes. Let's grow this program together to provide scholarships to the young women we work with to give them every opportunity to have a bright future. Donate now Our philosophy for the Free for Life International scholarship program is that scholarships will be made available to young women who have been identified as victims of trafficking or are considered to be at a high risk of being trafficked. These scholarships will enable young women to be free to dream and become contributing members of their society through vocational training, higher education or therapeutic programs or classes. Funding through this fund are available for: therapeutic classes, skills training, higher education, and trade schooling.