Last year, Skylight Financial’s Charles “Coop” Cooper had the honor of attending a night of thoughtful discussion with the socioeconomic visionaries of Freeset USA. Since that time, Skylight has continued to support Freeset and its mission.
Skylight Joins in the Fight for Freedom
Coop began his involvement with Freeset after hearing about the organization from his wife, Cassy. After learning more, he knew that this was an organization that needed support. This was an issue that hits close to home for the Cooper family. “Many years ago, our daughter was leaving a YMCA, when a panel van pulled up next to her and tried to take her.” She was able to scare off the van and run away, but Coop has never forgotten the reality that almost was.
“Some of the things I learned about human trafficking and the slave trade were just too horrific to believe—and could have happened to our own daughter. We need to build awareness of these monstrosities to eliminate them from the world. That was the driving force behind the partnership for me.”
An Evening For Awareness
The event last year was held at the avant-garde Fueled Collective in Cincinnati’s Midtown. Community service leaders and executives of local businesses made up a majority of the audience. The evening started with food and fellowship with Freeset representatives mingling through the crowd of curious guests. Attention then shifted to a formal panel discussion lead by the Freeset Founder Kerry and Annie Hilton.
The discussion centered on the positive impact the Freeset program has had on the lives of their workforce in West Bengal, India. The audience was absolutely moved by the hearts of these people and the passion behind what they are doing. Coop mentioned that, “Hearing the stories of former human slaves and sex workers being able to pull themselves out of a bad situation and take control of their lives again was just incredible. Freeset Understands that the whole purpose of success in business is to better the communities you engaged with.”
Freeset ended up raising $30,000 from that event alone. Coop attributed the success of the event to Freeset’s amazing cause, and the effective use of their resources. “They are not just looking for handouts. Freeset has created a thorough action plan to change the lives of these people and fuel their mission human liberty, something I believe everyone in attendance that night saw for themselves.”
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