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
Please like a share. Does your scout need a project? The Journey Home can find a way to help you fulfill your project needs like Camille Barnes.
Siegel Middle student's Girl Scout Silver Award focusing on raising funds, awareness and donations to help Journey Home
PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS POST: Is your organization looking for ways to get involved in the community? The Journey Home can help you connect with others in need! We have plenty of ways you can serve: organizing the clothes closet, serving and cooking meals, doing bookkeeping ... no talent is too small. Of course, we'll always take your donations of gently used clothing, hygiene supplies, laundry detergent, and, of course, monetary funds. Help us bless others! Visit lovegodservepeople.org to connect or message us on Faceook. Have a blessed day! Don't forget to invite your friends to connect to The Journey Home. ... See more
Recently, a professor at MTSU gave her students a project to talk with homeless individuals and write about their experiences. Several visited The Journey Home. Here are their stories. Check them out, and thanks to Jennifer Wachtel Kates for giving her students the project. I believe they enjoyed the assignment. We hope you enjoy some of their stories. ... See more
"We tell ourselves stories in order to live." --Joan Didion
Is your church or civic group looking for ways to serve in the community? Do you need service hours for your scholarship or school requirements? Do you like digging in the dirt? The Journey Home's community garden is always needing volunteers. Call 615-809-2643 or send us a message on Facebook. ... See more
Two years ago, The Journey Home's executive director Scott Foster talked to The Daily News Journal about the complex issues of homelessness. Through your donations to The Journey Home at lovegodservepeople.org, you can make a difference. TJH offers a housing program, clothes closet, daily hot meals, showers and laundry facilities, and a support network, just to name a few ways we are able to connect with those who need help the most. Please take time to read this and donate if you feel led. ... See more
Task force chair: 'Get involved' with volunteer time or financial support
In an effort to streamline the way we connect with volunteers as well as those we serve, we are seeking the addition of 2 to 3 iPads. These can be used, refurbished, or even new. Donating funds to purchase them, or simply donating one you have around the house would help us improve the way we serve people. Help us give hope and a hand up. Visit lovegodservepeople.org and click on the donate tab, or drop by the office at 308 W. Castle St. Giving matters. ... See more
You may have missed this story last year. Through The Journey Home's housing program, Carrie Nave has been able to get on her feet and succeed in getting her life back on track. Last year, she was able to buy her own home. You can help more families like this single mom by donating to The Journey Home. It's easy. Just visit lovegodservepeople.org and click on the giving tab ... because giving matters. Have a blessed day! ... See more
Connecting 2016 will raise funds for outreach programs at local nonprofit
The Journey Home is looking for 2 to 3 iPads to use for administrative purposes. If you'd like to contribute to purchasing one, or if you'd like to donate one, please message us or drop by.
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The Journey Home is a Christian ministry whose primary focus is to serve the homeless and disadvantaged of Rutherford County - providing them practical resources for body, mind and spirit, and encouragement on their journey to economic stability and reintegration into community life. ... See more
TODAY! Help us make this the biggest year yet! Please give today!
The Big Payback, a 24-hour online giving event, highlights the great work of Middle Tennessee nonprofits and inspires community-wide giving. The Big Payback boasts brand-new giving software for 2017, and we welcome back our biggest sponsors for a fourth consecutive year. ... See more