Selah Freedoms New Residential Home

Coconut Telegraph

SRQ DAILY SATURDAY PERSPECTIVES EDITION SATURDAY MAY 27, 2017

Survivors of sex trafficking that graduate Selah Freedom's highly successful Residential Program were able to move into a new home specifically designed for their Independent Living Phase made possible by champion donors that adopted and transformed rooms including: Lakewood Ranch Moms Group, Junior League of Manatee County, Saltair AMI, Pam Miller and Kim Traylor, The Source Church, Karen Jennings and two Anonymous Champions. The home provides a safe place where graduates  can continue to walk in freedom and pursue their career and education goals. Selah Freedom has also received a $30,600 matching grant from the Manatee Community Foundation's Manatee Matches Giving Circle. Every gift up to $30,600 will be doubled  and help Selah Freedom provide more graduate housing needed immediately.

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