Join in the fight against human trafficking. The Freedom Walk will be an interactive experience with stories of survivors, information about where and how trafficking exists, and how to make a difference in our communities.
For the full experience, you’ll need a pair of headphones and a device to either download audio files (available on October 1) or stream the audio files during the walk.
ND State Capitol Grounds
Saturday, October 2 | 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
*Kids 10 and under are free and do not need to register.
If you’re not able to attend but would like to support this cause, you can donate here by choosing Legacy Makers and marking “Freedom Walk” in the memo line.
Each phase of the walk will feature an audio portion to listen to as you walk. Make sure to bring headphones and a device for each person in your family who would like to listen. The audio files will be available on this page the day before the walk for you to download them and save them to your device, or you can stream them during the walk.
Note: We encourage families to attend, but since this is a mature subject, portions of the audio recordings may not be appropriate for children. Parental discretion is advised.
“Safe houses” along the route will provide human trafficking survivor ID cards to help you to get to know a survivor and raise awareness for what they’ve experienced.
Note: Family-friendly survivor ID cards will be available.
We’re excited to partner with two organizations that are making a difference in the world of human trafficking! $30 of each registration will go to support 31:8 Project and For Freedom International. The remaining $10 will be for a custom-made beanie you’ll receive and are encouraged to wear at the Freedom Walk.
31:8 Project exists to equip and challenge society to pro-actively address issues regarding human trafficking through being an educational resource. 31:8 Project’s current focus is on combating human trafficking in North Dakota.
For Freedom International takes a multidimensional approach to overcoming oppression through prevention, intervention, and restoration. FFI’s work focuses in Phuket, Thailand, one of the largest sex tourism destinations in Southeast Asia.
Evangel supports projects and missionaries all around the world through Legacy Makers, including 31:8 Project and For Freedom International. If you’re not able to attend but would like to support these organizations, you can donate by choosing Legacy Makers and marking “Freedom Walk” in the memo line.
The walk is about 1.58 miles, or half of a 5k, and there will be “safe houses” along the way where you’ll stop to read survivor ID cards. The full experience will take about 45 minutes.
Make sure you have headphones and a device with mobile data for each person* to download audio recordings that will be used throughout the walk.
We also recommend you wear weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes. Those who register will be supplied with a beanie that we’d love for you to wear during the event!
*Note: Since this is a mature subject, portions of the audio recordings may not be appropriate for children. Parental discretion advised.
Yes, the audio files will be available on this page the day before the walk, Friday, October 16. This enables you to download them while on WIFI and save them to your device.
This also allows you to listen to the audio recordings ahead of time to determine if they’re appropriate for your kids. If you’re not able to attend, you can even use them and do the walk on your own.
We’ll be set up on the south end of the ND Capitol Mall with registration tables. You’ll receive the beanie and information for the walk before you start.
We plan to hold the event rain or shine. However, if we have to cancel for any reason, registration fees will still go to support 31:8 Project and For Freedom International.
Yes, if you have registered but are not able to attend the walk, you can transfer your registration to a different name. Please contact the Evangel office during business hours to request the change: 701-255-0500
Refunds will not be issued, but the registration fee will still support 31:8 Project and For Freedom International. Also, the audio files will be available even if you can’t attend the event.
Please park along the roadway around the capitol mall.
Saturday, October 2, 2021
Joyhouse Coffee will be at the Freedom Walk!
You can make a difference to help victims of human trafficking. Here are some practical things you can do to raise your awareness and get involved.
Follow the organizations supported by the Freedom Walk on social media or sign up for their newsletter updates.
Instagram | Facebook | Website
For Freedom International
Instagram | Facebook | Website
Watch The Pink Room, on Right Now Media. Told by rescued victims and those fighting to bring them hope, The Pink Room uncovers a heart-rending journey of redemption, set on the front lines of the battle in Cambodia.
Read Orphanology to learn about the connection between orphans and victims of human trafficking, as well as the importance of adoption in the fight against it.
Read The Slave Across the Street to learn about the reality of sex trafficking in suburban America.
At-risk youth, runaways, and “functionally parentless” children are some of the most vulnerable to becoming victims. Help end the cycle by creating a safe place for children in foster care, or by giving a child a permanent home through adoption.
Christian Adoption Services
ND Foster Care Services
Help survivors of human trafficking by providing a safe place for them as they transition to freedom and a normal life.
Contact 31:8 Project for more information.
Continue to pray about freedom for victims, healing for survivors, salvation for traffickers, and boldness for bystanders. Pray for the end of human trafficking around the world.
If you’d like to continue to support the fight, you can give to Legacy Makers or either of the organizations listed above.