OUR SINCERE THANKS TO YOU!
As we look toward the future, we are blessed and profoundly grateful for your encouragement and support. We give thanks for your help in serving our clients well. When Marcie came to The Journey Home with her two granddaughters, they did not have shelter or, even, a meal to eat. Marcie’s daughter had been sentenced […]Read More
Looking to become an intern serving the homeless and disadvantaged for Rutherford County? The Journey Home Internship Program is an unpaid, semester-long internship that offers university students the opportunity to explore the world of nonprofit work. The goal of the Internship Program is to link college coursework and theory with career responsibilities and expectations to […]Read More
The Journey Home relies on the help of more than 1,500 volunteers annually and could use more volunteers. This LABOR DAY we wanted to share a couple’s LABOR OF LOVE. Joi Sherrill and Steve McDill raised their hand to volunteer more than five years ago. It began with a simple breakfast – “everyone helps with […]Read More
Hi – my name is Dani. This is my volunteering story at The Journey Home. I hope it brings encouragement to those needing help and inspiration to those looking to serve. We are called to be Salt (healing) and Light (guidance) in His name. (Matthew 5:13-16) I grew up in a middle-class family, obtained a […]Read More