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to Fight Sex Trafficking

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Rescue:Freedom’s 10th Annual Freedom Dinner is here, and we can’t wait to celebrate a decade of world change, innovation, and togetherness. Over the years, we’ve been known to party with a purpose, and this year marks a major milestone in the fight against injustice. From Philly to the Philippines, join us online on September 25th and help bring freedom home to people who need it.

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our supporters say this is their favorite night of the year

“There is no shortage of sad and difficult news permeating all of our airwaves. Attending the annual Freedom Dinner reminds me, to the core of my soul, how much GOOD is going on in the world, too. I experience stories of redemption, reconciliation, restoration, and the reclaiming of lives in a new way that lifts us all to be able to dream again and smile at our future.”

– Philip M.

“Freedom Dinner is a special time each year where we are captivated and overwhelmed by the stories and moments that are highlighted. It gets us excited not only about the progress that has happened but that more people will experience the same rescue, and ultimately freedom, that is highlighted each year.”

– David & Devon W.

“Don’t miss it! You will leave heart-beating, fired up, inspired, and ready to do more!!! It’s easy to forget what people are going through all over the world when we are disconnected. When you attend something like Freedom Dinner, you are reminded that you can do something to make a huge difference in the fight against human trafficking!”

– Brooklyn P.

Why Attend this Global Gathering?

You know that feeling when you’re at a concert or a major sports game, that buzz in the air? That feeling of witnessing something big and monumental… together? You feel alive; you feel changed; you feel at home. That’s Freedom Dinner, and this year we’re celebrating a decade of world change.

Tune in and enjoy untold stories from survivors and local experts, special musical guests, inspiring speakers, and meet more faces behind the mission. This is our biggest night of impact each year, and as we celebrate 10 years of progress, you will have the opportunity to transform thousands of victims’ and survivors’ lives like never before.

RSVP and help change the trajectory of someone’s life forever. There’s never been a better time to party with a purpose.

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Expand your impact by sponsoring
the 2021 Virtual Freedom Dinner

This is your chance to be a part of Rescue:Freedom’s 10th Annual Freedom Dinner, our most highly anticipated event of the year! This year we are celebrating a decade of world change, progress, and community, and is set to be our biggest event ever.

When you become a sponsor, you make this event possible, and inspire others to give and make an impact. Ultimately, you say yes to providing hope and freedom to thousands of exploited men, women, and children around the world.

Fun fact: Studies show people want to buy from businesses that have an intentional mission and purpose. This event offers exposure to a like minded audience.


John Richmond

Wilberforce Award
for Exceptional Leadership in the Fight
Against Human Trafficking

Christina Rangel

Equiano Award
for Exceptional Survivor Leadership in the Fight
Against Human Trafficking

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Let's fight human trafficking together! Join me at the 2021 Freedom Dinner on September 25th at 5:30 p.m. PDT. This event takes place online, so it's never been easier to change the world! Head to to save your seat!

Named after William Wilberforce, a British political leader & activist who led the charge to abolish the slave trade throughout the British Empire in the late 1700s and early 1800s. Recipients of this award have dedicated a significant portion of their life and career to combatting slavery at the highest levels. John has dedicated his life and career to combatting human trafficking across the US and around the world. He began his career by launching anti-trafficking programs in India and spent over a decade as a federal prosecutor with the US Department of Justice’s Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit. He then co-founded the Human Trafficking Institute and served as Founding Director there, until he was unanimously confirmed by the Senate to serve as the US Ambassador to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in person from 2018 to 2021. Serving in the nation’s highest ranking position dedicated to human trafficking, he led US foreign policy related to modern slavery and coordinated the US government’s response the crime. John is now a partner at Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, and he continues his work to advocate for justice and freedom.

Named after Olaudah Equiano, an 18th-century survivor of the transatlantic slave trade and leader of the British abolitionist movement, who was instrumental in abolishing the slave trade in Britain. Equiano’s courage, boldness, and ability to articulate the cause made him an instrumental figure in the abolitionist movement. Recipients of this award demonstrate remarkable ability as a leader in the fight against human trafficking and incredible courage as a survivor. Christina is a nationally respected speaker, trainer, and leader in the fight against human trafficking. Christina has courageously shared her story and utilized her platform and her gifts as a communicator to advocate for the oppressed and those affected by human trafficking. As the founder of United Justice, she works on the front lines to serve those who are being exploited and to build prevention programs for the most vulnerable. Her voice, faith, leadership, and tenacity have paved the way for countless others to follow in her footsteps.

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