Meet our new Partnership Coordinator, Molly Sanford!

Molly was born and raised in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia and graduated from the University of West Georgia.

After college, she packed her bags and headed to Memphis, TN to start a job at Universal Cheerleaders Association. She worked in the top brand of the cheer industry for over 6 years in management, marketing, staffing, and event management, all while falling in love and marrying her college sweetheart!

After dedicating many years to her passion at UCA, she felt God stirring her heart to do more. She felt a strong desire to find a place where she could utilize her gifts and experience towards something that she believed in and would have a lasting impact.

Without a plan in place, she left her job in the corporate world to seek out what God wanted from her. Almost immediately after this leap of faith doors opened all around her.

That’s when God placed the mission of Be Free Revolution on her heart. A supporter since the beginning of BFR, Molly always had her hands into volunteering her time with our organization.

We are thankful and blessed to now have Molly on our team as our new Partnership Coordinator!!

In her new role, she will be actively working alongside the co-founders to build strategic and creative ways to expand and grow our fundraising programs, donors and events. She will be collaborating with BFR supporters, volunteers, donors and overseas partners to spread the mission of Be Free Revolution.

“I love very deeply, and my heart just melts thinking of the children that will be impacting my life, and I theirs. God has blessed me with the time to take this journey, the passion to help and serve others, and a supportive husband to tolerate my “not so subtle” transitions!  I cannot wait to see what is in store!” – Molly

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11




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