As a company, we believe that giving back to our communities is essential to the growth and prosperity of the areas we serve, cultivating inspired living experiences we help create. Freeman Webb encourages and provides resources for a number of community organizations. In addition, we provide two paid days per year for employees to volunteer at an organization of their choice.
As an organization, Freeman Webb participates each fall in the Second Harvest food drive, collecting food and monetary donations in an effort to feed East Tennessee’s hungry.
Freeman Webb participates in an annual fundraising drive for United Way, fighting for the health, education and financial stability of everyone in our community.
Freeman Webb properties participates in the How’s Nashville program. How’s Nashville is a community-wide, collaborative, and inclusive effort to end chronic homelessness in Nashville within this decade. How’s Nashville aligns itself with the national 100,000 Homes Campaign and is focused on the most vulnerable and chronically homeless individuals and families in our community.
Freeman Webb properties also participates in the Susan B. Komen Race For The Cure, investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer.
Freeman Webb proudly participates in United Way’s Stuff the Bus campaign – collecting school supplies for children who need them to start the year off with confidence!
We proudly lend our time to Tucker’s House, an organization providing the home renovation and retrofitting services necessary to make homes more accommodating for children with disabilities.
Freeman Webb donates food and supplies to King’s Daughter Daycare, a child development center that nurtures children, regardless of income.
In conjunction with One Warm Coat, Freeman Webb participates in The Annual Music Row Coat Drive, providing a free, warm coat to anyone in need.