Freedom Café grants fund initiatives around the world that help end human trafficking and the commercial exploitation of all people.

From our inception, we have wanted to impact the movement locally and globally. Because there is so much essential work that needs to be done in the anti-trafficking movement, we knew we needed to help support efforts beyond our own small community. That is where our grants come in.

Each semester, the Freedom Cafe raises a small grant to help fund projects in the New England region and far beyond. Our grants are typically between $3,000-$5,000. All grants fund projects/initiatives that are specific and directly impacting core pillars of the movement: prevention, intervention, legislation, and aftercare. 

The following organizations have received a Freedom Cafe grant: