Some 3.5 million people, will experience homelessness this year.
42% of homeless children are under the age of five.
The best solutions involve the entire community.
intentional, planned, personally motivated, and supported by resources
More than a bed and a meal. It requires meeting each person at their point of need
Make a difference!
We’re counting on our community
Thank you to our Loyal Volunteers!! You are the hands and feet, the encouragement and love that our clients need on their "Journey Home". So Thank You again for all you do for and with The Journey Home! Please join us on R, 10/12 from 6-8 PM. Let us know you are coming! ... See more
Enjoy a “fun” raising evening of food, drinks, and fellowship around a bonfire as we honor our loyal volunteers at The Journey Home. No tickets are needed for the free event, but donations are encouraged. Be sure to bring your camp chair and your friends, and learn more about what we do and who we serve. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org ... See more
Shout out to Matthew Rowlett and your contribution to The Journey Home. He's a Silver Sponsor of this event. Message us if you'd like to become a sponsor.
Faith40, Inc. and Todd Miller, board member, for your Bronze Sponsorship of The Journey Home's Connecting on the Farm event.
Thank you Terri Sterling Donovan and Sterling Communications, Bronze Sponsor of this fundraiser.
Thank you Alee B. Clark, a Silver Sponsor of The Journey Home's Connecting on the Farm fundraiser.
We are so appreciative of the support from David and Kathy Hoover of Murfreesboro. Your donation will help many of our clients.
We appreciate you Katie Criswell and David Criswell for your generous donation to The Journey Home.
Thank you David Coggin and Maria Coggin for your donation. We appreciate you!
Thank you Wayman Price and Murfreesboro Little Theatre for your donations to Connecting on the Farm. WE appreciate you!
If you've never been in First National Bank of Murfreesboro -Member FDIC on Mercury (near Rutherford Boulevard), you're missing out on a treat - fresh-baked cookies, and you'll also get to meet the lovely, community supporter Freda Morgan. If you miss the days of the way banks used to be, take a minute and stop by FNB in Murfreesboro. You'll be glad you did. If you'd like your business to be spotlighted as a sponsor of Connecting on the Farm at the Hutchinson Farm on Oct. 12, email email@example.com to find out how. ... See more