Free The Girls Uganda

Economic Empowerment for Survivors of Sex Trafficking

The new Free The Girls store in Uganda is a beautiful place, as chic and stylish as a Western lingerie store. And while our business model may look different in Uganda, we are pleased that it embodies the mission of our work–creating budding entrepreneurs and providing economic empowerment for survivors of sex trafficking.

Selling Bras in Uganda

How Can You Help?

Small Acts. Big Results. Join Us.

You don’t have to move mountains to change the world. Our new Everyday Abolitionist campaign will help everyday people just like you get involved in the fight against modern day slavery in ways that are simple, fun, and rewarding.

Everyday Abolitionist

New T-Shirt Styles

With Extended Sizes Up To 4XL

Check out our new t-shirt styles–including two new designs–now offered in extended sizes up to 4XL for ladies and men. Plus, all of our retiring t-shirt styles are on sale while supplies last!

Wear Your Support

Help Former Slaves

Make A Monthly Committment

Women and girls comprise at least 80% of the world’s trafficking victims, and up to 50% are minors.  They are exploited in fields and brothels, in homes and conflicts, and in factories and fisheries. More women are being pushed out of developing countries due to economic, familial, and societal pressures – becoming ever more vulnerable to modern slavery.  The good news is you can make a monthly commitment to make a difference!

Donate Monthly

CNN Freedom Project

Mozambique or Bust

Free The Girls is honored to be featured in a moving documentary produced by the CNN Freedom Project called “Mozambique or Bust”, profiling the incredible ordinary citizens who stepped up to help us ship thousands of bras overseas and change the lives of sex trafficking survivors in Mozambique.

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Free The Girls Uganda
How Can You Help?
New T-Shirt Styles
Help Former Slaves
CNN Freedom Project

What We Do

Free The Girls is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides job opportunities for survivors of sex trafficking.  We collect gently used bras and donate them to the women as starting inventory for their own business selling the bras.

About Us

Bras? Yes, bras!

Women we work with were sold into prostitution, often as children.  Bras provide the following:

  1. Great Income
  2. Safe Environment
  3. Flexible Schedule
  4. Sustainable Model
  5. Minimal Effects on Local Markets
Why Bras

Frequently Asked Questions

Wondering how much a donated bra sells for, how we ship all those donated bras overseas, or whether you can visit the women in our programs?

Get answers to the most frequently asked questions.

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