Our scholarships gives women and girls access to programs and resources they need -- equipping them to achieve their dreams and goals.


FFLI provides scholarships to individuals who have survived human trafficking. Scholarships allow individuals to access programs and resources, and include scholarships for some of the sustainable programs mentioned below. Scholarships are awarded for education and restorative care.

The goal of Free for Life’s scholarship program is building and sustaining partnerships between FFLI and individual trafficking survivors around the world who are dedicated to pursuing educational or vocational training to empower their lives of freedom. These partnerships can include higher education or skills training in various fields and are designed to be sustained over a survivor’s entire educational journey – up to Master’s level education.

The eligibility requirements for survivors are as follows:

  • Each survivor must have completed a rehabilitation program through a local shelter or nonprofit program.
  • Each survivor must have a passionate heart and personal desire to pursue education or vocational training
  • Each survivor must complete all necessary prerequisites to be accepted into their desired institution or program

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This is Where You Come in

Free for Life’s work is only possible because of the active participation of our partners in the U.S. – whether you join financially, as a volunteer, or start a state chapter you’re invited in.

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