WE'RE EMPOWERING FUTURE

LEADERS OF INDIA

SET FREE

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With 6,500 children currently in our care, we need a lot of space for them to eat, play, learn and grow. One of our current challenges comes from having children in different places and even across different states in India. This is because some children cannot be transported over state lines, and mostly because there isn’t one place big enough to house them all. Our Central Campus in Andhra Pradesh houses up to 2,000 children. This location provides a safe home, consistent education, and opportunities to prepare children for their futures. As we grow, we will build satellite campuses in other states so that all of the Set Free children will have equal opportunities.

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In 2013, we launched a program to provide Set Free children with age-appropriate vocational training that empowers them to make at least ten times the salary that they would without an education. That year, we sent 80 graduates of this program into the workplace in India.

OUR FIRST GRADUATES DID SOMETHING WE DIDN'T EXPECT.

THEY GAVE BACK

Since 2013, we have graduated over 250 students who have given back more than $250,000 to help care for rescued children. This unique program empowers graduates to build their lives and dreams. They reach places with the gospel that we could never touch and change what people think about untouchables. They are shining lights and…

The more we send out, the more self-sufficient we become.

If 230 graduates gave back $250,000 in four years, then just imagine how much 600 graduates will give back in three or more years, or how much 1,000 graduates will give back in ten. We are changing the future of India by empowering leaders through education.

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