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Women Have Options & Columbus Freedom Fund

Abortion funds and bail funds directly address the impact of unjust systems on our communities. WHO/O & CFF work to compassionately reduce the harm inflicted by them with financial support, while also advocating for systemic change.


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"WHO/O is honored to partner with Columbus’s bail fund as we both work to connect our neighbors with direct mutual aid needed to fund freedom. Unjust health care policy and criminal justice systems restrict our access to basic rights—bodily autonomy and physical freedom—and those harmed most are those without financial resources."

Stephanie Craddock Sherwood, Executive Director of Women Have Options/ Ohio

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