Free Slaves in Pakistan

We are working with Christian leaders in Pakistan to free families from indentured slavery. Oftentimes, a family will take a small loan when a loved one is sick. The loan grantor then makes them pay back the loan by forced labor where parents and children as young as four years old are forced to work very long hours every day to earn their keep and pay towards the loan. The pay for this work is usually not enough to pay for their needs let alone pay on the loan. Some of these families have been in slavery for decades paying off loans as little as $1,000. 

We are currently working to set three families free in Pakistan (12 total people), some of whom have been slaves for over 18 years.

Would you consider a donation to help us reach our goal?

You can also write a check to Revival Networks Inc and mail it to 114 Madison Grove Blvd, Thomasville, GA 31757. Gifts are tax deductible.

Here are their profiles:

The first family is a father who got sick and took a loan. He, his wife and his son have been working in the brick kiln for 18 years to pay it off. They get paid 1/2 of a penny for each brick. They would need to make 270,000 bricks to pay the loan off, which is virtually impossible.

The second family is a father, a mother, two daughters and a son. They have been in slavery at the brick kiln for 13 years, also due to a loan from being sick. They will need to make 540,000 bricks to pay off their loan without help from the outside.

The third family also took a Loan due to sickness. It is a father, a mother, a young son and young daughter. They will have to make about 410,000 bricks without outside help. 

Thank you for your support!
  • Joy Preston 
    • $250 
    • 48 mos
  • V S 
    • $325 
    • 48 mos
  • Connie Slayman 
    • $50 
    • 48 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $100 
    • 48 mos
  • Sandy Beals 
    • $100 
    • 48 mos
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Fundraising team: Operation Pakistan Freedom (2)

Dylan Williams 
Raised $4,575 from 13 donations
Thomasville, GA
Revival Networks Inc 
Registered nonprofit
Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.
Jeremy Chambers 
Team member