Change the lives
of free thinkers
women, and
the LGBT community
in countries where they have nowhere else to turn.

Give hope, support, and the tools to build and plan their futures. With an online 8-week program led by mental health professionals with lived experience.

Your donation is tax-deductible

Yousef, JORDAN

“I would like to extend my deepest gratitude to FHFM for providing me free therapy during a very dark time in my life."

Lubna, NIGERIA

"Thank you for coming to my rescue and for an amazing experience."

T, BANGLADESH

“Before, I was trapped in a dark place with anxiety and fear. Now I'm stronger. This experience has given me the strength to do something for people like me.”

We are the only non-profit on the planet
that focuses on exMuslims in Muslim majority countries
They are completely isolated.

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WE FREE THE HEARTS AND MINDS OF

ExMuslims in Muslim majority countries

Who have experienced religious trauma

And are at risk of persecution

for what they think and who they love.

Make freedom for them possible.

HELP US REACH OUR GOAL

$400

will cover the cost of one 2 hour session for 5 individuals

$1600

will cover the cost of four 2 hour sessions for 5 individuals

$3200

will cover the cost of eight 2 hour sessions for 5 individuals

OUR PARTNERS

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About the founder

Imagine growing up in a fundamentalist family, a restricted community, and going to a religious school. Where you’re sheltered from stories of liberalism, feminism, and inclusion, and taught to hate everyone and everything liberal.

 

Imagine, you’re unable to live or go anywhere alone, your clothing is policed, your voice – silenced, and you are forced into an abusive and strictly controlled marriage.

 

Imagine you are invisible, and to escape seems impossible. Could you break free?

Yasmine Mohammed,

Founder of Free Hearts Free Minds did.

To know more about her fiercely brave and harrowing story, read her book ‘Unveiled’. To help people like Yasmine escape oppression, become a regular donor – because you can make freedom for them possible.

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