Accelerate freedom for human trafficking survivors.

There are 40 million victims of modern slavery right now. Most are women and girls and less than 1% will receive the help they need to heal and thrive.

With your help, we are on a mission to change that.

Willow International and 10ThousandWindows are merging to become EverFree, accelerating lasting freedom for survivors of modern slavery.?

Become a founding member of EverFree today.

As a founding member of EverFree you:

Help reach more human trafficking survivors with the care they need.?

Help reach more human trafficking survivors with the care they need.?

Help reach more human trafficking survivors with the care they need.?

You can accelerate freedom for human trafficking survivors today. Become a founding member of EverFree.

Willow International? and 


are merging to become EverFree.?

Willow International? and 10ThousandWindows? are merging to become EverFree.?

Frequently Asked Questions

In November 2021, Willow International and 10ThousandWindows are joining forces and merging to become EverFree. EverFree’s mission is to accelerate freedom for survivors of modern slavery.

Every year millions of women and girls are enslaved and trafficked by criminal networks, individuals seeking to profit off their abuse, and sometimes by their own family and friends. Less than 1% receive the help they need to thrive and flourish.

EverFree is on a mission to change that.

Together with survivors, grassroots partners, community leaders, and our dedicated donors, we provide care to empower survivors to freedom. Our model, grounded in dignity and research, effectively prevents revictimization and encourages freedom forever. Through EverFree’s holistic trauma-informed care, survivors heal, rebuild their lives, and flourish in lasting freedom.

The short answer is it won’t. Willow’s programs in Uganda and 10ThousandWindows’ programs in the Philippines will continue unchanged. By merging as EverFree, we are able to continue delivering best-in-class care to survivors in our current programs and expand our reach globally to serve more survivors with the care they need to thrive in freedom.

Jeremy Floyd, previously CEO of 10ThousandWindows, will be the Co-founder and CEO of EverFree. Kelsey Morgan, previously Founder and Executive Director of Willow International will be EverFree’s Co-Founder and Head of Program Advancement. National leadership and staff in Uganda and the Philippines will remain unchanged.

EverFree will be governed by a board of directors composed of members representing both Willow International and 10ThousandWindows. Andrew Means, Senior Director Global Impact Data Strategy at, and chair of 10ThousandWindows will lead the EverFree board. 

Yes. EverFree is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. EIN: #35-2534806

EverFree’s global headquarters will be located in Orange County, California, with a Southeast Office in Tennessee. Our program offices are in Uganda, the Philippines and Belize (2022).

Established in 2015, Willow International is a non-profit organization that made unparalleled headway in the fight against trafficking by delivering world-class survivor services. With a focus on restoration, prevention, and partnership, Willow became the preeminent advocate for restorative survivor care and trafficking prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa.

10ThousandWindows was founded in 2010 with the mission of preventing revictimization and restoring the lives of victims of trafficking and exploitation by helping survivors become financially self-sufficient through safe, dignified jobs. Over the past 11 years, 10ThousandWindows helped hundreds of survivors heal from trauma, secure employment, rebuild their lives and integrate with dignity into their families and communities.

The simple answer is to have greater impact. Willow and 10ThousandWindows share common organizational values and are aligned around a singular focus: accelerating lasting freedom for human trafficking survivors.

Each organization’s programs are complimentary and together provide a holistic approach to each survivor’s recovery journey. By joining Willow’s best-in-class shelter model with 10ThousandWindows’ leading economic empowerment work, we strengthen services for survivors, achieve greater impact, and elevate quality care across the anti-trafficking movement.

Absolutely, we need you to! All donations made to EverFree will support our continued programming in Uganda and the Philippines and expansion into Belize in 2022. If you are interested in funding specific programs, please contact Wendy Dailey (

All donations will fuel the mission of accelerating freedom for victims of modern slavery. EverFree is committed to the highest level of transparency in how funds are spent.

Yes, you can. Until December 31st, 2021, all checks made to Willow and 10ThousandWindows can be received and will support the work of restoring survivors’ lives.

Donations can be made online at the following URLs:

You can contact the EverFree team through the contact section of our website.

We are happy to answer any and all questions.

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