The Prophet Micah tells us what good actions God desires; to DO justice, LOVE mercy and WALK humbly with Him. Why does this please Him? Because it reflects His character. Join us as we put Micah 6:8 into action and discover God’s heart and our place in His good purposes.
Here are some roles that need to be filled this summer:
We need to build crates and shelves for art storage and shipping. Contact Rob
We want to invite organizations to partner alongside us financially in order to
expand the capacity of our partners. Contact Alyssa or Rob
The artwork needs to be stored safely and efficiently to make packing and unpacking
easy for putting up and down shows. We are in the works of making cloth covers for
each painting. Contact Rob
Creative Writers and Editors
If you found an error on this flyer, you are probably the right volunteer we need to
make sure our writing material is clear and concise. We also need creative writers
to update the stories of the Faces of Freedom exhibit and reach out to our artist
community. Contact Alyssa
We are working on recruiting to expand the work of Freedom 58 to reach out to
others. We cannot do this work alone. Work alongside us to find people to work with
Freedom 58. Contact Alyssa or Rob
Social Media Marketer
Want to setup and update a social media presence for Freedom 58? This is the job
for you! Contact Alyssa
Freedom 58 is a Christ centered 501 C 3 launched by some members of Calvary Church to increase the capacity of churches, Cru Justice Coalition, and Faces of Freedom partners to do justice by removing the yoke of oppression on the vulnerable (Isaiah 58). Their current focus is to give survivors of Human Trafficking a place to tell the church and the general public how systemic trafficking is domestically and internationally through the art exhibit Faces of Freedom-Voices calling for the end of modern day slavery.
The ministry is located in Lafayette, Colorado with collaboration going on in Nepal, Cambodia, India, and the Philippines. They are currently in need of volunteers who can commit to 4-8 hours a month through the summer for small jobs like building shelving (carpenters), sewing protective covers for the art (seamstress), building small spreadsheets, social media communication, and mailing out packages. Work at home in some instances.