• Organization TypeService Providers
  • Founded2014

Freedom Hub

The Freedom Hub is a charity and social enterprise venture that trains, equips and provides work experience to survivors of modern slavery in Australia. What they do:  Human trafficking and slavery happens within Australian borders. They exist to help people who have experienced this crime and they partner in the fight to end global slavery. They run a Survivor School for rehabilitation, a Café/Event Venue for funding, a slave free retail range for shopping and collaborate with partners to help end this crime. The Freedom Hub Survivor School is a place where survivors are trained, encouraged and prepared for the workforce. A place where, through one-to-one mentoring, supported learning and practical application with partnered businesses; survivors can learn faster, feel valued, and trust is reestablished. Survivors are accelerated into a position of success. The Freedom Hub helps survivors stay motivated & seek opportunities to live a life of freedom, by offering supported learning and work experience, setting them up to have another go and not lose heart. The Freedom Hub Café and Event Venue is a place where local customers can enjoy healthy, fresh food knowing their money is making a difference. 100% of their profits support the school and cause. “Small change, Big difference” The food is sourced locally whenever possible and they check there is no slavery in our supply chain. All their staff are paid full award wages and our suppliers partner to fight the crime of slavery in Australia. The stunning warehouse venue is extremely popular for Ethical Weddings, Engagements and parties. WHY THEY EXIST Human trafficking happens in many industries within Australia. They help rebuild the lives of people who have experienced this slavery and partner in the global fight to end this crime.  
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Job openings over the past year

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  • Hospitality and Sales positions

Company Offices

  • (headquarters)
  • 283 Young Street, Waterloo