Meet Our Partners

Freedom Ride Project Partners are organizations who actively partner with the Freedom Ride Project and make a unique contribution to the advancement of our mission to raise awareness and empower communities to address human trafficking at a grass roots level.

Please learn about our Partners below and contact us at info@FreedomAmbassador.BIKE if you are interested in partnering with us.

Vanguard University

We are proud to partner with Vanguard University’s Global Center for and Justice (GCW) who’s mission is driven by research, education, advocacy and collaboration. GCWJ is committed to Study the Issues. Be a Voice. And Make a Difference as it  prepares students and communities to combat social justice issues like human trafficking. GCWJ is hosting our 2019 Community Celebration Event for graduating Freedom Ambassadors as the closing ceremony of their annual Ensure Justice Conference. The center’s Director, Dr. Sandie Morgan, is an integral part of our Freedom Ambassador Program and serves as a key advisor on issue such as education of youth and successful integration of community.

Live2 Free

We are honored to partner with Live2Free, a student mobilization club at Vanguard University that raises awareness about human trafficking with youth on and off campus. Live2Free students challenge youth to make personal choices that recognize the dignity of the individual and the responsibility of consumers to slow the demand that drives modern day slavery. An integral part of our Freedom Ambassador Program, these college students provide peer-to-peer education and coaching to our Freedom Ambassadors at local high schools. They focus on developing personal relationships with the students, building their leadership skills and self-confidence, and empowering them with critical knowledge about human trafficking to take on projects that significantly impact their communities.

Project Kinship

The mission of Project Kinship is to provide support and training to lives impacted by incarceration, gangs, and violence through hope, healing, and transformation. Project Kinship has a strong relationship with several schools in Orange County through its’ onsite education and counseling services. They have embraced the Freedom Ambassador Program as part of their leadership curriculum at Valley High School. It is a true delight to experience the impact of Project Kinship staff and Live2Free students, as they work side by side to inspire and empower these high school students to address human trafficking in their own schools and communities.

The Rebecca Bender Initiative

The Rebecca Bender Initiative is a leading forerunner in the efforts to eradicate modern day slavery and change the mindset of our culture. RBI assists in crisis response assisting victims to escape. RBI also offers online training to victims, as well as specialized advanced training to FBI, Homeland Security, Former Presidents, SVU & Undercover, Medical Professionals, Service Providers and Faith Communities all across America. Rebecca Bender has been a strong supporter of our Freedom Ride, as she and her community have welcomed our riders as they come through Grants Pass, Oregon.  Her story as a survivor of human trafficking is also featured in our Freedom Ride Project Overview Video.

Through God’s Grace

Susan Patterson, Founder of Through God’s Grace, is an excellent resource if you’d like to start a human trafficking ministry in your church.

Action Force Network

Action Force Network (AFN) is dedicated to bringing Awareness and Education to our youth and communities regarding the fastest growing crime in America; Human Trafficking! The Freedom Ambassador Project partnered with AFN in 2016 to deliver training to some 24,000 students and teachers in the Costa Mesa School District.