When Restore One President, Chris Smith felt called to work in abolition, he noticed that the anti-trafficking movement was mostly spearheaded by women. On Saturday, on Restore One’s one-year anniversary, Smith announced a new leg of Restore One that would target men.
“It’s time for men to stand up and man up” Smith said.
Men for Freedom will fight trafficking, “by means of practical prevention, public awareness, and building accountability and partnerships among men.”
M4F will hold prayer meetings, social media campaigns, will volunteer with the prevention program Project So Loved and will work alongside another men’s organization, The Defenders USA to pledge to be men of accountability and social change.
Visit menforfreedom.org to find out about Restore One’s new ministry.