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72 Days for Freedom

72 Days to Freedom.


The campaign is a call to action for people everywhere to commit 72 to days to put modern day slavery in focus and do something.

How can you make a difference in 72 days?

+sign a petition
+give $1 a day
+host a screening of the Freedom Film
+pray daily for rescue, healing and change

That’s not all – check out 27 more great ideas on ways to get creative and use your unique gifts and resources to impact the fight against slavery.

The money raised will benefit the Life Start Project through Deborah’s Gate. Our goal is to provide 40 survivors of human trafficking the opportunities and resources to build a new life.  After our residents have reached a place of healing and restoration through their stay at Deborah’s Gate, this funds will provide the opportunity to offer them essentials to create a home, find a job, pursue an education, and build a new life.

This project will be highlighted at Passion Vancouver on March 23 at Rogers Arena … SO, make sure to get your tickets!

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