Set Free Alliance gala raises nearly $ 300,000 in fight to end child slavery and raise living standards in Africa and India

Define the free alliance, a Greenville-based nonprofit, announced on October 4 that it raised $ 286,829 from nearly 200 people at its annual gala on September 30.

The organization will use the funds for its mission of saving children from slavery and providing fresh water and medical aid to Africa and India. The event also looked at the impact and results of the association in 2020 and 2021.

“While it’s easy to get a narrow view of the work we do, we also realize it’s important for us and our supporters to look back on what we’ve been able to accomplish each year,” said Sarah Kelley. , CEO of Set Free. “Year after year, we are encouraged to see our impact across the world – and particularly in India and Africa – increasing and touching more lives. However, we must also keep in mind that each of these numbers is a human being, worthy of food, water, shelter, education, security, and the love of Christ. It’s our honor to be able to offer this to so many people, and we look forward to doing it again this year with this fundraising support. “

Since its inception almost 20 years ago, Set Free has saved more than 50,000 children from slavery, two-thirds of these children having succeeded in reuniting with their families.

In addition, he served over 6,000 families and prevented 12,570 children and young women from becoming slaves.

Photograph by Rainsford

The association has also provided drinking water to more than 2 million people.

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