Sophias Heart Foundation Inc

Rating: 4.92 stars   26 reviews


1034 W. Eastland Ave Nashville TN 37206 USA


We exist to help mend and heal the hearts of children and families who have been touched by poverty, sickness, disease, broken homes and broken dreams.

Target demographics:

homeless children and families in Nashville, TN central city children in Milwaukee for an after-school Music & Arts Program

Geographic areas served:

Nashville, TN Milwaukee, WI


Transitional housing for homeless children & families, after school music & arts programs.

2012 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 4 stars  

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It has been an honor being a part of Sophia's Heart for the past year. When making a difference in an area of what matters most, people's lives, I can say it is at the core very touching. Watching men and women, boys and girls come in devasted through lifes hardtimes it is a blessing to watch them leave with self confidence that they can make it in life. Working in the areana of homelessness you may realize that self worth is at an all time low, but seeing their face when they leave many with a chance to get their own place and moving in a direction that makes them feel like they do matter because someone took the time to say I Love You, with more than words. Yes, it is a blessing to serve an organization that believe in people and want to do something to stop the cycle of homelessness especially when the devastation is stopping the children from becoming who they were meant and desire to be.

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