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Honoring Plah Chermue

  • September 7, 2017

One of our staff members, Plah Chermue, has been with us since The Freedom Story (formerly The SOLD Project) was in its infancy. She has played an instrumental role in shaping the organization, and helping it run as well as it has. Unfortunately, her time with us at The Freedom Story is coming to a close–and for good reason! We’re.

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Announcing Our 2017 Freedom Award Winner!

  • August 18, 2017

We’re so excited to share that Eugene Cho and One Day’s Wages are the recipient of this year’s Freedom Award! Here’s a word about them from our President, Rachel Goble: Years ago we applied for a grant from One Day’s Wages to fund our prevention awareness activities. As we continued to get to know them, and they us, a partnership.

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Help Us Raise $25K With Matching Funds From ODW!

  • August 17, 2017

This month we’ve been given a generous matching grant of $25,000 from an amazing organization: One Day’s Wages. Having seen our work on the ground in Thailand, they’re partnering with us to transform the lives of our beneficiaries there. We’re hoping to raise a total of $75,000! That’s a lot, but thanks to 80 of our close Bay Area friends.

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The Freedom Story in the News!

  • June 22, 2017

This month’s news round up includes features involving The Freedom Story! The Freedom Story in the News Jeremy Lin Travels with Pastor Eugene Cho to Thailand’s Red Light Districts Brooklyn Nets’ point guard, Jeremy Lin, traveled with Pastor Eugene Cho from One Day’s Wages to learn first hand about sex trafficking in Thailand, how and why the exploitation happens, and what.

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Announcing our Newest Board Member: Lindsey Nobles!

  • June 1, 2017

It is our great pleasure to announce our newest member of the board: Lindsey Nobles! Lindsey has worked and had a very real and profound impact across the for-profit, non-profit, and ministry sectors. Throughout her distinguished career, she has worked in almost every sector of business: Event Planning and Management, Marketing, Merchandising, Communications, Development and Operations. About Lindsey Lindsey began her.

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The News in April/May

  • May 11, 2017

Thailand A survey suggests the public thinks trafficking in Thailand is getting worse A new survey suggests most people in Thailand thing the human trafficking problem is getting worse. They suggest that authorities need to be more serious in dealing with the problem and that there should be stiffer penalties for government officials involved in trafficking. Notably, only a minority.

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The News in March

  • March 30, 2017

News organizations have lately been posting useful resources on trafficking: how to identify it, how to talk about it with your kids, and constructive examples of how to be part of the movement to bring it to an end. Here’s some of what we found: On Educating the Community From The Baltimore Sun: What Every Parent Should Know About Sex Trafficking “Unlike.

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ACT Impact Report

  • March 16, 2017

We have been partners with and financial supporters of The ACT Center (Children’s Advocacy Center) in Chiang Mai, an organization dedicated to helping child victims of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation by working with law enforcement officers to bring offenders to justice and by providing counseling services to overcome the trauma of abuse and return to school and a more hopeful.

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What Does Sustainability Really Mean?

  • March 9, 2017

A guest post by Shannon Griesser Sustainability is buzzword that is used quite often in the social impact world. But what does it really mean? I sat down with Seri and Freedom Story Sustainability Director Worn Donchai to get his perspective about what sustainability means and how it fits in with our work on Seri.  How do you define sustainability? For.

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Early 2017 In the News

  • February 16, 2017

Thailand Thailand’ Efforts to Combat Trafficking Have Shown Marked Improvement There are several ways in which Thailand has ramped up counter trafficking efforts. “First of all, there is a clear instruction from the top echelon – a strong leadership. Second, there is enough budget to support all activity related to anti-human trafficking. Third, there is efficient coordination and follow-up by.

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