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100% of the what the Life of Freedom Center accomplishes is made possible thru the support of faithful supporters just like you. We receive zero support from the government so we can remain true to our mission from year to year. You dollars are put to work in transforming our communities one life at at time, we welcome you to join us!

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Trafficking reduces the quality of life for everyone in your community. The Sharing 1 Love Campaign trains and equips you to complete strategic steps to help protect children, build collaboration among local businesses to help identify areas at-risk of trafficking and increase opportunities for victims of human trafficking to live a life of freedom from further abuse and exploitation.

The Sharing 1 Love Campaign allows you to map out what human trafficking looks like in your zip code and provides the whole community the ability to see how demand encourages human trafficking to happen in your backyard.

Find out more by visiting the Sharing 1 Love Campaign Page

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Here’s a list of current volunteer opportunities at the Life of Freedom Center.

 

 

 

Serve as Volunteer Staff at the lofcenter:

We are currently seeking female volunteers, ages 19 and up, to help on weekdays from 9am to 7pm in 4 hour blocks. Opportunities include:

  • Helping answer calls and questions.
  • Assisting clients in completing job applications or other tasks.
  • Keeping the boutique and pantry in order and stocked.
  • Calendaring events, sending invitations & confirming attendance.
  • Making general contact calls or sending e-mails.
  • Welcoming clients and assisting them in accessing resources.
  • Keeping the LoF Center organized & clean for clients & staff.

Event Assistants:

The Life of Freedom Center regularly conducts events from Sharing One Love Outreaches to Education events to representing the organization at other like minded events through staffing a table and engaging the public.  We need willing individuals that can work in a variety of capacities with staff and other volunteers on behalf of both victims and survivors. Events may range from street outreaches to educational meetings to large awareness gatherings, both indoors and out. Let us know if you’re interested!

Blog & Social Media Contributors:

Manage and coordinate The Life of Freedom’s social media presence. Help create content, spread awareness, recruit participants and basically share how our collective efforts help contribute to the rescue of victims and care of survivors. You can start simply by connecting with us on Facebook & Twitter and following our blog, but if you want to take it to the next level, register as a volunteer.

Editors & Translators: 

One of the LoF Center’s principal goals is education. In order to help individuals and groups comprehend the need and know how to respond, we by necessity produce significant amounts of information from Blog entries to curriculums to manuals, all of which need a particular type of editing or even translation (usually English to Spanish but at times the reverse). If editing or translating happen to be one of your skill, please let us know!

Handy Men & Women:

There’s always something that needs fixing or can be improved! The Life of Freedom Center is seeking qualified individuals who can help in do-it-yourself projects at the LoFCenter or in relation to our clients. Contact us for current projects.

Graphic Artists:

The Life of Freedom Center and affiliated programs regularly need graphic arts production for items such as event flyers, tri-folds, newsletters (print and electronic) or any other type of eye-catching design that communicates the mission as well as the heart of the Life of Freedom Center. No need to come in to the office, just let us know about your interest in serving and we’ll send you projects!

Event Photographers:

We need to communicate how the Life of Freedom Center and affiliated programs are serving throughout the community, and pictures are worth a thousand words! We need experienced photographers that can help capture the volunteers and their work on behalf of both victims and survivors, as well as donate photos that can become part of LOF Center’s stock.  Events may range from street outreaches to educational meetings to large awareness events.

Click Here to Apply as a Volunteer

 

LoF Center Intern

The Life of Freedom Center offers students and professionals the opportunity to give back to the community by volunteering their time and services. Our staff consists of individuals that are either volunteering their time or raising their own support to work full-time.

Occasionally we will have grants or awards that will fund a staff position but at this time 100% of the following roles are not paid.

 

As a faith-based 501(c)3  we offer tools and opportunities for staff members to raise a network of supporters so you can dedicate up to 100% of your time combating sex trafficking and empowering survivors to live a Life of Freedom.   Please contact Kevin Abegg at kabegg@lofcenter.org if you have any questions.

Here’s a List of Open Staff Positions:

Operations/Program Coordinator:

Oversee day-to-day operations of the Life of Freedom Center, including the staffing application process and clearing of volunteer, mentor & staff for service. Assisting the Director of Operations in the oversight & guidance of volunteer staff that manage the various LoF programs and events.  Providing input on implementation of best practices and for the integrity of the services and roles that are performed by the Life of Freedom Center. This is a flexible position and can encompass anywhere between 10 and 40 hrs. / week depending on your availability. For more details information please see the full Operations/Program Coordinator position description.

Alternative Break Coordinator:

The LoF Center sponsors numerous “Alternative Break” (AB) teams every year from colleges, church groups and other organizations that travel to Miami for anywhere from 2- 10 days of intensive anti-sex trafficking training & hands on application or a conference type scenario.  The AB Coordinator must be a “people person” able to manage large events, and be  comfortable communicating with and providing direction/encouragement to a variety of groups and individuals.  The AB Coordinator is responsible for promoting, scheduling and overseeing all AB experiences including housing, transportation, meals and itinerary. Volunteers and other staff are at the coordinator’s disposal for  program needs.

Please see the full Alternative Break Coordinator Job Description for more details. Average workload between 5 – 20 hrs/week depending on your availability. Necessary Commitment: 6 months. 

Outreach Coordinators:

The Sharing One Love initiative (S1L) mobilizes communities to recognize & respond to human sex trafficking situations. We accomplish this by building partnerships, informing and training businesses, student bodies, faith-based organizations and other community groups to serve on the front lines of anti-sex trafficking. See S1L page for more details.  An S1L Outreach Coordinator is responsible for promoting and coordinating the staffing for these outreach initiatives within defined communities in South Florida. Please see the full S1L Coordinator position description for more details. Average workload between 5 – 20 hrs/week depending on your availability. Necessary Commitment: 6 months.

Hope Tote Coordinator:

The Life of Freedom Center team believes that collaboration and support between anti-human trafficking organizations is key in providing a safe and effective path to freedom and restoration to all survivors. One way we accomplish this is through the collection and distribution of Hope Totes, an all-in-one care package with supplies that front-line responders hand survivors at the time of rescue.  Hope Tote Coordinators oversee the collection, assembly and distribution of Hope Totes by being a conduit between donor groups and first responders. Please see the full Hope Tote Coordinator position description for more details. 

Web Guru’s and db builders:

Our mission is to mobilize enough communities to be able to receive an exodus of freed slaves. Our Social media and digital platform needs to operate flawlessly and securely in order for to train and support thousands of volunteers.  These individuals will help us centralize data handling, client and partner communications and online training, work in e-commerce etc…

Media/Public Relations Director:

Our mission is to mobilize enough communities to be able to receive an exodus of freed slaves. To do so we need to make the mission known. We need an individual well versed in all aspects of media and public relations to help build and improve the “face and presence” of the Life of Freedom Center online, in print, and within the mass media broadcasting and marketing including quarterly newsletters, development of podcasts, commercials, public service announcements etc. Good communication and people skills a must as well as ability to manage & coordinate social media volunteers.  Applicants must submit resume.  Average workload 5-40 hrs/week (depending on your availability). Please see full Media-Public Relations position description. Necessary Commitment: 1 year.

Case Manager Supervisor:

Provide comprehensive services to females 18 years old and up who have been exploited in the commercial sex industry.  The Case Manager’s role is to gain a rapport and establish a supportive relationship with each client in order to effectively engage her in the program and provide needed services. Services provided by case managers include assessment, case planning, case facilitation and management, counseling, referrals, and outreach. The case manager coordinates with local agencies to provide short and long term care necessary to meet the wide range of needs related to commercially sexually exploited adolescents.  Average workload 4hrs/week. Necessary Commitment: 6 months.

Mentor Supervisor:

Provide oversight, supervision and coordination LOF Center mentors who in turn provide care to clients (human trafficking survivors).  Manage online profiles of mentors for clients to select from and coordinate care assignments. Help build and maintain online resource list for clients and mentors.  Be available to answer mentor questions and seek out answers. Ability to manage schedules and coordinate meetings both in person and online. Availability for monthly mentor meetings (Saturday AM). Average workload 4hrs/week. Necessary Commitment: 6 months.

Direct Care Case Managers:

Provide comprehensive services to females 18 years old and up who have been exploited in the commercial sex industry.  The Case Manager’s role is to gain a rapport and establish a supportive relationship with each client in order to effectively engage her in the program and provide needed services. Services provided by case managers include assessment, case planning, case facilitation and management, counseling, referrals, and outreach. The case manager coordinates with local agencies to provide short and long term care necessary to meet the wide range of needs related to commercially sexually exploited adolescents.  Average workload 4hrs/week. Necessary Commitment: 6 months.

Click here for a staff application