The Freeman Project located in Columbus, Ohio but reaches across the nation. Founder, Barbara Freeman part of The Switch National Human Trafficking Network working to end exploitation of women and girls. It is the mission of The Freeman Project to house women in transition as a step over from local rehabilitation and correction facilities. We have a goal of raising $10,000 per month to operate The Freeman Project. Here at the Freeman Project we will provide a continuum of care, build trusting relationships that last while working on a clean and sober lifestyle.

Now mom can cook up some greatness in this kitchen. All items provided by The Freeman Project.

These items will be provided to the Women in transition by The Freeman Project.

The Freeman Project gratefully accepts donations of gently used furniture and household items. The Freeman Project volunteers will pick up furniture donations.
The Freeman Project is ensuring that families and individuals will have a solid foundation as they rebuild their homes and their lives. A gift (at any level) has an immediate impact on these women and their children.

If you have gently used home goods and furniture call The Freeman Project. A bed, a couch, a lamp – these items make a house a home. Yet, for some, these items are completely unaffordable. The Freeman Project provides items to women escaping the life of exploitation and prostitution. The process is simple – take your gently used unwanted furniture and household goods and give them a new home.