"Getting girls into school and keeping them there is a vital step in reducing their vulnerability to trafficking."
- International Labour Organisation (ILO)

"Getting girls into school and keeping them there is a vital step in reducing their vulnerability to trafficking."
- International Labour Organisation (ILO)

"Getting girls into school and keeping them there is a vital step in reducing their vulnerability to trafficking."
- International Labour Organisation (ILO)

An estimated 4.5 million people are in situations of commercial sexual exploitation.

An estimated 4.5 million people are in situations of commercial sexual exploitation.

An estimated 4.5 million people are in situations of commercial sexual exploitation.

"I can't believe my daughter has improved in so many things. Now she can read well; I always listen to her every night. Sometimes, I cry because I'm so proud of her. I am uneducated, so I can't believe that my child is so smart."
- Mother, Free To Shine

"I can't believe my daughter has improved in so many things. Now she can read well; I always listen to her every night. Sometimes, I cry because I'm so proud of her. I am uneducated, so I can't believe that my child is so smart."
- Mother, Free To Shine

"I can't believe my daughter has improved in so many things. Now she can read well; I always listen to her every night. Sometimes, I cry because I'm so proud of her. I am uneducated, so I can't believe that my child is so smart."
- Mother, Free To Shine

$45 AUD per month
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WE  ARE:

an independently funded Not-for-Profit organisation, founded in Australia, working to prevent sex trafficking in South East Asia. In the last 18 months we have raised over half a million dollars to provide community education, scholarship materials, and social support to help keep at-risk Cambodian girls in school.

 


Join in the Shine and Dine Campaign!


On Now in Melbourne and on the Mornington Peninsula.
June 1st- July 31st 2017
The Shine and Dine campaign is a simple but impactful way for us all to help prevent child trafficking. Free To Shine collaborates with restaurants and cafes throughout Melbourne and asks diners to make a gold coin donation or more. We do this using donation boxes, donation bags placed on tables or as a margin added to special Shine and Dine dishes during the month of June and July leading up to the UN’s World Day Against Trafficking in Human Persons on July 30.

Participating Restaurants & Cafes

 

 


Our Impact

Educated
722
Girls Enrolled

 

Village
44
Village Partnerships
funds
$1,136,174
Raised Since 2010
Books
5000
Library Books Read
Water filter
497
Water Filters Supplied
House
15
Houses Built

 

The Problem

Every year, millions of people fall victim to human trafficking, many of whom are women and girls in and around South-East-Asia.

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Our Solution

Free To Shine works with local authorities, schools, and families to reduce girls' vulnerability to sex trafficking by keeping them in school.

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Free To Shine is proudly supported by:

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