The Freeman Project provides outreach and housing for survivors of sex trafficking in Columbus, Ohio. It was founded by Barbara Freeman, who is herself a survivor of trafficking in Columbus, Ohio. Barbara lectures in the community and nationally to raise awareness. She works one on one with survivors to help meet their individual needs. She established the Freeman Project House in March of 2017, and it functions as a place survivors can use for the transition to living independently. Join the fight and donate because freedom isn’t free.

All these kitchen items were provided by generous donations to The Freeman Project.

We packed the minivan full of donated household items. When a survivor begins their journey of living independently, we try to give them a great start!

The Freeman Project helps survivors with household donations, so they can rebuild their homes and their lives. A gift (at any level) has an immediate impact on the women we serve.

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.