We financially partner with a variety of highly-vetted domestic and international organizations providing a range of services aimed at bringing freedom and doing justice.

Through our partner organizations, we rescue and seek justice for women and children forced into prostitution, provide rehabilitation facilities and services to victims and their families, and seek to meet the physical, psychological, social, and spiritual needs of sexually exploited women and children.

International Partners

Christine’s House

Situated in Gulu, Uganda, Christine’s House is a place of hope and restoration where victims and survivors of sexual exploitation can learn to breathe again. In 2012, Freedom 4/24 partnered with Sports Outreach Institute to build a restoration home named after Freedom 4/24’s founder, Christine Gelatt, who was just 19 years old when she founded Freedom 4/24. Since its completion, Freedom 4/24 has funded the operating costs of Christine’s House.

Home of New Beginnings

Home of New Beginnings is a holistic relational ministry in Bangkok and Pattaya, Thailand, that seeks to address the spiritual, emotional, physical, and educational needs of women and children who desire to leave the sex trade. It is a place of safety and hope that builds trust and community around faith-centered healing and education. Girls who live at New Beginnings receive an education through college, among other things.

Freedom Firm

There are an estimated 500,000 minor girls in forced prostitution in India. Freedom Firm works hand-in-hand with local law enforcement to gather evidence and conduct raids to pull minor girls out of brothels and bring their perpetrators to justice. Freedom Firm is fervently fighting to create systemic change in India through the consistent application of the laws against trafficking.

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Ruhamah Designs

Ruhamah Designs is the jewelry employment branch of Freedom Firm. It arose out of a need for meaningful trade training and a sustainable occupation after a woman’s rescue from trafficking. At Ruhamah, trafficking survivors continue their aftercare while making jewelry to support their future.  


Domestic Partners

Community Coalition Against Human Trafficking

The Community Coalition Against Human Trafficking is the only counter-trafficking organization in upper East Tennessee that works to unite and equip our community to end modern-day slavery while providing survivors of human trafficking with individualized, relational care through its direct services program, Grow Free Tennessee.

Compassion to Act

Located in Waxhaw, North Carolina, Compassion to Act is a faith-based ministry that ministers to victims of labor and sex trafficking by raising awareness in the community about modern day slavery, and liberating victims by connecting them to resources available within the Charlotte area.

The Gray Haven

The Gray Haven is located in Richmond, Virginia, and is Central Virginia’s first non-residential facility specifically designed to meet the needs of human trafficking victims.

Redeeming Love

Redeeming Love, located in Covina, California, is dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing home for young women seeking rehabilitation from domestic sex trafficking. Its services include trauma therapy, life assistance, and mentoring.  

Straight Street

The mission and purpose of Straight Street in Roanoke, Virginia, is to provide a positive Christian environment where at-risk youth can go and obtain the necessary skills and training needed to mature and discover God’s Divine plan for their lives. 

Street Hope

Based in Knoxville, Tennessee, the mission of Street Hope is to eliminate sexual exploitation and trafficking of children and provide safe environments to foster healing and hope through Jesus Christ.