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2018 First Quarter Update

Here’s a quick update on what’s been happening with freeslaves.org so far this year, in which we reveal our biggest little donor of all time!

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2017 Annual Update

Geoff, Mel and Emmanuel here, just writing to say thank you so much for your support of the freeslaves.org project. 2017 has been a busy year and there is a lot to celebrate.

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3 days ago

FreeSlaves.org

The Gift of Water!
Thank you to our NZ sponsors for supporting this village with a well! It's such a simple and practical way to help a whole village. You guys are awesome!

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Freeslaves.org is run by Acacia Projects, a registered NZ based charity (CC54139). We employ a team of Pakistani people to redeem families from slavery and establish them in work. We also run seven schools for enslaved children, develop small communities, provide aid to those in need, and run seminars for spiritual growth.

If you'd like to support us, please visit freeslaves.org/promo, share this post, or leave us a message. We'd love to connect!
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4 days ago

FreeSlaves.org

Freeslaves.org - Redeeming enslaved families ...

4 days ago

FreeSlaves.org

Enslaved Family for Redemption! 8 people | $715

We would love your help to redeem the Akram family. Five years ago, two of their sons were badly burned as babies. Akram had no option but to take a loan from the brick-kiln to pay for the medical treatment of his sons. Their whole family has been enslaved ever since, working 14 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Your help will give this family a life free from exploitation and abuse, and give the children an education and a future. Join us and feel the joy!

Click here to contribute:
freeslaves.org/donations/family-191/

Thanks from the team at freeslaves.org!

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About Freeslaves.org
Freeslaves.org is run by Acacia Projects, a registered NZ based charity (CC54139). We work in Pakistan entirely with local people to redeem families from slavery and establish them in work and community. We also run seven schools for enslaved children, develop small communities, provide aid to those in need, and run seminars for spiritual growth.

If you'd like to support us, please visit freeslaves.org/promo, share this post, or leave us a message. We'd love to connect!
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Enslaved Family for Redemption! 8 people | $715

We would love your help to redeem the Akram family. Five years ago, two of their sons were badly burned as babies. Akram had no option but to take a loan from the brick-kiln to pay for the medical treatment of his sons. Their whole family has been enslaved ever since, working 14 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Your help will give this family a life free from exploitation and abuse, and give the children an education and a future. Join us and feel the joy! 

Click here to contribute: 
https://freeslaves.org/donations/family-191/

Thanks from the team at freeslaves.org!

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About Freeslaves.org 
Freeslaves.org is run by Acacia Projects, a registered NZ based charity (CC54139). We work in Pakistan entirely with local people to redeem families from slavery and establish them in work and community. We also run seven schools for enslaved children, develop small communities, provide aid to those in need, and run seminars for spiritual growth.

If youd like to support us, please visit https://freeslaves.org/promo, share this post, or leave us a message. Wed love to connect!Image attachmentImage attachment

7 days ago

FreeSlaves.org

Check out the Transformation!
Eight years ago, Sadaq took a loan and became enslaved to pay for the medical care of his wife. Sadly, she died, leaving Sadaq and his young son in slavery. More recently, Sadaq suffered a broken leg which made work extremely difficult. Now thanks to our sponsors Sadaq and his son are free! Together they will start a new life, and Sadaq's son will be able to attend school. Thank you so much to our amazing sponsors--we hope you are feeling the joy!

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About Freeslaves.org
Freeslaves.org is run by Acacia Projects, a registered NZ based charity (CC54139). We work in Pakistan entirely with local people to redeem families from slavery and establish them in work. We also run seven schools for enslaved children, develop small communities, provide aid to those in need, and run seminars for spiritual growth.

If you'd like to support us, please visit freeslaves.org/promo, share this post, or leave us a message. We'd love to connect!
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Check out the Transformation!
Eight years ago, Sadaq took a loan and became enslaved to pay for the medical care of his wife. Sadly, she died, leaving Sadaq and his young son in slavery. More recently, Sadaq suffered a broken leg which made work extremely difficult. Now thanks to our sponsors Sadaq and his son are free! Together they will start a new life, and Sadaqs son will be able to attend school. Thank you so much to our amazing sponsors--we hope you are feeling the joy!

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About Freeslaves.org 
Freeslaves.org is run by Acacia Projects, a registered NZ based charity (CC54139). We work in Pakistan entirely with local people to redeem families from slavery and establish them in work. We also run seven schools for enslaved children, develop small communities, provide aid to those in need, and run seminars for spiritual growth.

If youd like to support us, please visit https://freeslaves.org/promo, share this post, or leave us a message. Wed love to connect!Image attachmentImage attachment

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2 weeks ago

FreeSlaves.org

Thank You!
A huge thank you to Conner Shannon and the Macclenny Church of God for settings these enslaved families free! These families have been suffering for years in bonded-labor slavery, working 14 hours a day, seven days a week, without any hope of freedom.

Word's can't describe the impact of your generosity on these families. You have given them and their future generations a life of freedom and hope. You are amazing!
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3 weeks ago

FreeSlaves.org

New School Open!
Last month we shared our plans to open a new school in Pakistan. We are rapt to say that it's now open!

These children are clearly thrilled to be able to learn. The education they receive will give them hope for a future outside the kilns. Until we can set free their familes, it's essential that they learn to read, write and love.

Thank you so much to our NZ-based start-up sponsor and our monthly sponsors who sustain our schools. You guys are awesome and we hope you feel the joy!

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About Freeslaves.org
Freeslaves.org is run by Acacia Projects, a registered NZ based charity (CC54139). We work in Pakistan entirely with local people to redeem families from slavery and establish them in work. We also run seven schools for enslaved children, develop small communities, provide aid to those in need, and run seminars for spiritual growth.

If you'd like to support us, please visit freeslaves.org/promo, share this post, or leave us a message. We'd love to connect!
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2 months ago

FreeSlaves.org

This is Adil and this is his life, 14 hours a day, 7 days a week. Like most child-slaves, Adil has no hope for a future or for a childhood.

Fortunately, we have more than hope for Adil and for many children like him. We have faith and love in action. Thank you to Noah Middleton and VBS who are have pledged to set Adil free.

If you'd like to help free a child and their family from slavery, visit freeslaves.org/what-we-do/redemption/
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2 months ago

FreeSlaves.org

Safdar family free!
After 11 years in slavery the Safdar family is now free to start a new life. Thier twin boys have spent most of their lives in slavery, but now can experience a life of freedom and hope.

Thanks to our generous sponsors who made a dream for freedom come true. You guys are awesome!

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About Freeslaves.org
Freeslaves.org is run by Acacia Projects, a registered NZ based charity (CC54139). We work in Pakistan entirely with local people to redeem families from slavery and establish them in work. We also run six schools for enslaved children, develop small communities, provide aid to those in need, and run seminars for spiritual growth.

If you'd like to support us, please visit freeslaves.org/promo, share this post, or leave us a message. We'd love to connect!
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