SERVE THE CITY

 

Our Hope for Nashville partners

Preston Taylor Ministries

PO Box 90442 Nashville, TN • (615) 963-3996
www.prestontaylorministries.org
Volunteer Contact: Ms Sarah Horton

Mission: Preston Taylor Ministries (PTM) glorifies Christ Jesus by empowering Preston Taylor children to discover and live their God-inspired dreams through Christian friendship and love for learning. To accomplish this, PTM provides mentoring, academic enrichment, and spiritual development opportunities to at-risk children and youth living in the Preston Taylor community, a low-income neighborhood in northwest Nashville.

 

Men of Valor

1410 Donelson Pike, Nashville, TN
(615) 399-9111 • www.men-of-valor.org
Volunteer Contact: Mr Curt Campbell

Mission: Men of Valor’s mission is to win men in prison, their families and their children to Jesus Christ and disciple them, equipping them with tools to become successful members of the community.

 

Charis

(615) 373-1261• charisministries.net
Volunteer Contact: Mr. Dick Koonce

Mission:Delivering the Gospel in a Box of Food.
Charis provides a supply of basic food items to individuals and families who are experiencing an out-of-the-ordinary shortfall in their ability to provide for themselves. To meet this need, we engage Christian volunteers to deliver the food and to offer their fellowship, encouragement and prayers.

 

Barefoot Republic

PO Box 40365, Nashville, TN
(615) 599-9683 • barefootrepublic.org

Mission: Our mission is to facilitate Christ-centered relationships between individuals from diverse racial, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds through an equally diverse platform of artistic, athletic and team-building programs.

Hope Clinic for Women

1810 Hayes Street, Nashville, TN
(615) 321-0005 • hopeclinicforwomen.org
Volunteer Contact: Mrs Missi Mitchell

Mission:  Hope Clinic’s primary mission is to provide holistic care for families and individuals facing an unplanned pregnancy, prevention, pregnancy loss, or postpartum depression. We provide medical care, professional counseling, spiritual mentorship, education, and material assistance in a faith-based, safe and confidential manner

 

Daystar

2801 Azalea Pl., Nashville, TN
(615) 298-5353•daystarcounseling.com
Volunteer Contact: Ms LeAnn Nichols

Mission: Daystar Counseling Ministries, Inc. seeks to offer the hope of Christ to children, adolescents and families in need. Counseling services are offered on a sliding scale system, based on a family’s or individual’s ability to pay. Through individual and group counseling, summer camp programs, leadership training and parenting seminars, Daystar is dedicated to serving the greater Nashville area, as well as the community at large, with encouragement and support. As one life touches another through the process of softening, shaping, and strengthening, God’s hand begins to move. He uses a place that is not perfect, but is committed to being a safe place, to remind each of us of who He has created us to be, and who we will one day become

 

The Next Door

402 22nd Ave North, Nashville, TN
(615) 251-8805 • thenextdoor.org
Volunteer Contact: Mrs Lucretia Mobbs

Mission: The Next Door provides a continuum of evidence-based services for women and their families impacted by addiction, mental illness, trauma and/or incarceration with Christ-centered compassionate care.

 

Siloam

820 Gale Lane, Nashville, TN
(615) 298-5406 • siloamhealth.org
Volunteer Contact: Mr. Wes Harrell

Mission Statement: Siloam’s mission is to share the love of Christ by serving those in need through health care.

Siloam Family Health Center has found itself on the leading edge of a quiet transformation in our city. While many focus on the recent economic prosperity and outward growth of the “New Nashville,” an often overlooked element has been the steady influx of immigrants and refugees to our city from all over the world.

Today, one in eight residents of Davidson County is foreign-born. Starting with one Vietnamese refugee patient in the early 1990s, Siloam has developed trusting relationships with numerous ethnic communities through a commitment to affordable, high quality, and culturally sensitive care. Today Siloam is a magnet not just for longtime Nashvillians, but also for a diverse array of our neediest new neighbors. Although Siloam cares for the uninsured of all backgrounds, nearly 90% our patients are foreign-born, representing more than 80 homelands and speaking more than 70 languages.

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Mckissack middle school

915 38th Avenue, North
(615) 329-8170 • mckissackms.mnps.org/pages/MosesMcKissackMiddle
Principal: Mr. Darren Kennedy

West End Community Church prays for and works toward the transformation of her city and community. Our partnership with Moses McKissack Middle School extends to the first days when WECC was being planted. McKissack Middle School is located 2.7 miles from WECC. The men and women who serve at McKissack are our friends and neighbors. Churches are the natural organizations for effecting positive social change by transforming individuals one at a time. The church can supply long-term holistic solutions to those in need.

How can you get involved?

 

  1. Become a life coach (mentor) for a sports team through FCA
  2. Become a reading coach
  3. July Backpack drive
  4. August clothing drive
  5. December Christmas decorations
  6. Spring Sports Banquet
  7. Teacher Appreciation
     

To get involved with McKissack, please email Michael.