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
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DOGMA DANCE OFF! This is an outdoor charity music & arts day fest centered around celebrating the local arts, and supporting the local needy. All donations go towards The Journey Home soup kitchen so donate what you can. There will be live music, food trucks, and art vendors so come out and boogie! Line Up : O, Summer Joshua Idlewild Midnight Guru Smile Allison Young Will Wander Glasgow ... See more
Check out this article from The Daily News Journal: Growing for good: Community gardens help those who need it most ... The Journey Home Community Garden is featured!
Community gardens provide food, jobs and volunteer opportunities
Good eats! Garden season is underway right now. Some of the items are used at the Community Cafe, some are sold on site in the vegetable stand built by local Boy Scout Casey Couch. TIna Marie Couch If you or your group would like to volunteer at the garden, please email Beck Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See more
Slowly but surely the veggies are starting to come in! 🌶🌱
Live at the Community Cafe
Looking for a quick and easy way to help The Journey Home? Anytime you buy from Amazon, The Journey Home can benefit. Just visit amazonsmile.com and link your account to TJH. Do the same thing with your Kroger Plus Card. Go to your account and click on Community Rewards at kroger.com or just click on the link below: ... See more
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Our friend, Jerry Bogle, passed away this morning peacefully after a battle with various health issues, including cancer. This sweet, gentle spirit will definitely leave a hole in our hearts. Please say a prayer for his family. (photo taken by Scott Walker on the day a group helped him move into an apartment over two years ago). ... See more
Our good friend, Jerry Bogle passed away this morning peacefully, after a battle with cancer. Jerry was a gentle spirit. Always willing to help where he could. He had many friends and loved well. If you would say a prayer for his family, especially his son Jacob, we'd appreciate it. We're gonna miss you friend! Rest In Peace, brother! (Scott Walker took this photo the day Jerry moved into an apartment) ... See more
Think your contributions can't make a difference? This little guy didn't let his size stop him from raising more than $2,000 to help families in need. Don't let your size, age or situation in life keep you from helping. We can hook you up! Contact us for details and we'll get you plugged in. ... See more
Dad: "He's not yet old enough to know he can't make a difference, so he's just going to do it."
Be sure to drop by the Murfreesboro Cold Patrol's open house today.
Don't forget, today from 5-8, is our open house. Come by and mingle and eat some munchies and find out how you can get involved. See ya there. 800 Park avenue, Suite P
Is your group looking for ways to volunteer this summer? We have some ideas. Just message us and we'll hook you up!
Rutherford County ATLAS program benefits from philanthropy of troop
Every night in Rutherford County, more than 2,000 people are homeless or precariously housed. Half of those are children, who are accompanied by more than 800 adults, oftentimes single mothers.
Disparity between shelter beds for men versus women puts vulnerable women at a disadvantage