The Freedom Climb is a ministry of Operation Mobilization (OM). It supports OM projects focused on at-risk women and children, specifically with those who are exploited, enslaved, oppressed, and trafficked.
Modern day slavery, oppression, and trafficking are global problems. They are not isolated to one continent, one race, or one reason. It is a global stain on all humanity! The Freedom Climb has taken women to Africa and Asia so they can be a loud voice for those who have been silenced. And now the Freedom Climb is coming to North America to be a voice for these women and children!
The Freedom Climb invites women from all over Canada to join us in Colorado, July 12-18, 2014. We will summit 7 mountains over 14,000 ft. in elevation in 4 days. Why would anyone want to do this? Because they have a strong desire to raise awareness and funding for projects all over the world which specifically reduce the vulnerability of women and children and bring them hope.
Women are invited to get dirty, completely uncomfortable, and stretched beyond their wildest imagination as they climb these mountains in a symbolic gesture of the climb to freedom for women and kids around the world.
If you are interested in participating or just need more information, please e-mail:
Your gift to the Freedom Climb helps women and children all over the world climb out of their circumstances and find hope and freedom for their lives. Launched by Operation Mobilization, Freedom Climb projects focus on three specific areas: prevention, rescue and rehabilitation, and development. OM wants to provide a support system for at-risk individuals through education and opportunities. Your gift goes directly toward these projects.Thank You!
We desire that every woman that has experienced the love and power of God will take up the challenge to be a voice for these destitute women and children. Whether you are a student, a soccer mom, a grandmother, or a hardworking employee, and everything in between, you are needed! You can be an advocate, let us help you get started!
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Opening a ‘baby safe’ in a township near Pretoria, South Africa, helps desperate mothers find a solution and give their babies a future.
Since joining OM’s Namana Project, one couple has developed a successful business, built their own home and can give their children an education.
As families devastated by the recent fire in a Bangladesh slum rebuild their lives, the team helps, and individuals tell their stories.