Huntingdon College Stand For Freedom
Campaign has ended. Goal $2,700.00
Voice of Justice
Group Overview
Voice of Justice, a student organization at Huntingdon College, will hold a fundraising event on March 6 and 7 to raise money and awareness for the fight against modern day slavery. Our event, Stand For Freedom, will benefit the International Justice Mission, headquartered in Washington, D.C. International Justice Mission is a human rights agency that brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppressions. IJM’s lawyers, investigators, and aftercare professionals work with local governments in 13 countries to rescue victims of violent abuse and ensure long-term care, prosecute their perpetrators under local laws, and transform public justice systems to protect entire communities. IJM partners with hundreds of colleges all over the country to raise awareness about this world-wide issue of human trafficking. Throughout March 5-15, over 400 campus chapters will be hosting Stand For Freedom events around the nation. Learn more about these events by visiting
Huntingdon College’s Stand For Freedom event will begin at 9 AM on March 6 and end at noon on March 7. Students will spend these 27 hours standing on the steps of Pratt Hall in an attempt to raise $2700 for IJM. We are asking sponsors to donate money to our fundraiser online at We are also looking for restaurants and businesses to donate snacks or meals to our students who will be standing for freedom throughout the 27 hours. At 11 AM on March 7, we invite all of our sponsors and supporters to the steps of Pratt Hall to celebrate the 27th and final hour. Please join with us in this effort to end modern day slavery. Montgomery, Alabama will Stand For Freedom together!

For any questions, please contact Wesley Smithart at (334) 322-3447 or

100% of all donations to this campaign will support the work of International Justice Mission, a human rights agency that is bringing rescue and freedom to victims of slavery, sex trafficking and other forms of violence.

IJM investigators, lawyers and aftercare staff are on the frontlines of the fight for justice in Latin America, Africa and Asia. In 2011 alone, IJM partnered with local authorities to rescue more than 1,600 children, women and men from sex trafficking, forced labor slavery and other violent oppression, and helped put more than 100 slave-owners, traffickers and rapists behind bars.

Learn more about IJM