Today in India, especially in remote areas, women are facing discrimination, violence, inequality, acts of cruelty, trafficking and indescribable abuse. Girls as young as 8 can be tricked, taken or lured into a lifetime of slavery.

Through informative radio programs, social media, online apps, follow-up, and on the ground practical support, FEBC can continue to successfully bring justice, freedom, renewal and life to these women. Education,  empowerment and sharing words of hope, truth and life are the main priorities.


 
 
“We produce radio shows that speak into the hearts of women at risk, those being tortured, and trafficked, enslaved or suffering domestic violence. We broadcast into the villages and the cities to reach women who need to hear and be educated. We become a voice for all the women who cannot speak for themselves. We motivate them to have a voice, to break free.” - FEBC Producer, Jaishree

Read more about FEBC’s work in India
 

This month you have the special opportunity to have your GIFT DOUBLED and DOUBLE THE IMPACT towards changing the lives of women in India. There is $36,000 available for dollar matching, wonderfully blessed to us by a faithful supporter. They are so passionate about this ministry, they want to encourage others to support and take a stand on the slavery and trafficking of women in India.

Direct
Deposit

Account: FEBC Australia
BSB: 032-151
Account No: 36-0931
Email: office@febc.org.au

Thank you

Use the details above to make a direct deposit from your bank account then email us to let us know. Please include your full name and address in the email.

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OR
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Tax deductible receipts for $2 and over with a preference Relief & Development will be issued by the FEBC Relief Fund (ABN: 87 617 872 287).

Where specific projects become oversubscribed, funds will be reallocated to other approved FEBC Relief projects.

Note that FEBC’s gospel activities / non-development activities (welfare, political etc.) are separate from and not a part of or funded by the FEBC Relief projects.