In 2016, the National Human Trafficking Hotline reported 1,012 cases of human trafficking in California. The San Francisco Bay Area is a major hub for such abuses. Behind a number is a story. What can YOU do to impact one person’s story?

Donate Online

Make a secure donation online with Visa, Master Card, Discover, or American Express. The online payment system is compatible with the Internet Explorer and Google Chrome browsers (Please do not use Firefox).

Donate by Mail

If you would like to contribute by mail, please send a check made payable to Freedom House at:
Freedom House
P.O. Box 2065
Burlingame, CA 94011

Donate Monthly

We invite you to become a Freedom Champion partner. Your commitment to give generously each month is extremely important in funding critical services for local survivors. Monthly donors may change or suspend their contributions at any time by emailing us. To learn more about the Freedom Champions program, click on the button.

Donate Gifts of Stock Held by Your Broker or Bank

Instruct your broker or bank to transfer your stock gift to our Charles Schwab account:

Our Stock Transfer Information:
Broker: Charles Schwab
Account # 5983-0179
DTC: 0164, Code 40

Please contact Freedom House at Info@FreedomHouseSF.org or (65) 488-0831 with your name, the name of your company, and the number of shares you are donating so that we may initiate the transfer and acknowledgement of your gift. Freedom House is not in a position to offer financial advice. We recommend reviewing any charitable gift plan with you personal financial advisers.

Donate your Vehicle

Freedom House welcomes your donations of cars, trucks, boats, RVs, motorcycles, jet skis and even snowmobiles. DonationLine.com, our trusted service provider, offers pick-up service – no matter if your vehicle is running or not. Pick-up is no cost to you and is not deducted from the donation to us. Simply select Freedom House as your charitable organization to use your vehicle to help human trafficking survivors. To donate, please visit www.donationline.com

Donate Via Employer-Matching Programs

Freedom House has been approved by the following companies to receive matching funds whenever their employees make a financial gift to help support the human-trafficking survivors we serve: Apple, Blue Shield of California, Cisco, Dolby, Electronic Arts, FICO, GAP, Genentech, Google, Nintendo, Oracle, Pfizer, Qualcomm, Sony and Yahoo! If your company is not shown, please contact your HR department to learn how Freedom House may qualify for such an employer-matching program.

Donate Through AmazonSmile

Shop online at AmazonSmile and help raise funds for the survivors we serve. Log-in by using your existing Amazon account information, then scroll down to find your favorite charity. Freedom House is listed under its non-profit corporate name, which is TWBD, Inc. You’ll receive the same bargains and benefits you appreciate at Amazon, while knowing that Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to TWBD, Inc. To get started, please visit https://smile.amazon.com.

About Freedom House

TWBD, Inc., doing business as Freedom House, is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization as designated by the internal Revenue Service (Tax ID #27-0248325), with a mission to bring hope, restoration, and new life to human trafficking survivors. You generous support helps to provide safe housing and long-term aftercare services to program participants at The Monarch for women, located in San Mateo County, and The Nest for adolescent girls in Santa Clara County. Please support Freedom House by making a tax-deductible donation today.

The Impact of Your Support

$10 provides
items for a new survivor’s welcome gift basket

$29 provides
fresh bath towels for a new survivor

$58 provides
weekly public transportation for school or work

$90 provides
basic clothing for a new survivor

$145 provides
textbooks for one college class

$264 provides
8 survivors with basic school supplies

$570 provides
counseling for one survivor for a month

$1,280 provides
food for six survivors for one month

$2,500 provides
housing for six survivors for one month