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Article by Her Nashville: February 2012 Issue
In February 2012’s issue of Her Nashville, writer Lindsay Lane Jennings interviews Colette Bercu, founder of Free For Life International (FFL). Click on the link below to get a 2 minute rundown on the question everyone wants to know: What exactly does Free For Life do? And find out how you can become a link in the… Read more »
Free for Life Launches Chapters
Welcome to the Free for Life Chapter movement. Your group can be a part of the exciting and important work of helping girls victimized by sexual slavery. You can put your Free for Life chapter together now. Just imagine the number girls we can reach, rescue and help with you on our team! A new chapter… Read more »
Be encouraged. Together, we are making a difference.
As we ready ourselves for the coming holiday season with all of the details and plans I am always amazed at how quickly an evening or day can come and go. We seem to stress about all of the details and always hope for a good outcome. This event was no exception. Laurie, Amanda, Ceci, Dan and myself worked to plan and execute the evening hoping that each guest that attended would feel the warmth one feels after spending the evening among family and friends.
VIDEO: Free for Life International's Colette Bercu interviewed on CNN to comment on Child Prostitution & Recent Federal Crackdown
Free for Life International’s Founder & CEO Colette Bercu was interviewed for a CNN story on the recent federal crackdown on child prostitution resulting in 884 arrests. 69 children were rescued according to the CNN story Source: CNN
Free for Life International Awarded $100,000 to Help Victims of Human Trafficking in Middle Tennessee
Free for Life Ministries (now Free for Life International), an international human trafficking non-profit organization, based out of Franklin, TN, was one of 12 organizations nationwide to be awarded grant money from HHS, under the Rescue and Restore program. Free for Life International will be facilitating the distribution of $100,000 to seven local Nashville organizations who will work to implement new anti-human trafficking programs throughout the Middle Tennessee area.