Mission: Providing hope for today, hope for tomorrow, and hope for eternity to the hungry, homeless, and hurting.
Results: In 2016, Nashville Rescue Mission served over 603,000 meals, provided over 292,000 nights of safe shelter, to meet the needs of over 8,000 unique individuals. Over 100 men and women graduated from the Mission's Life Recovery Program in 2016 and 11 of those passed the HiStet test to receive their high school equivalency certificate.
Target demographics: the homeless, hurting, and hungry.
Direct beneficiaries per year: over 8,000 unique individuals.
Geographic areas served: Nashville and Middle Tennessee
Programs: For those in need, we provide emergency services of food, clothing, shelter, case management, and more. For those seeking an opportunity to change their life, we offer a residential life recovery program. All our services are provided free of charge.
I recently moved to a grouphouse and going to a day program.on mta pt .I noticed a young boy white very small living daily by it going for meals at your place great.well were seeing the hidden story the patrons .weres the boys house wheres the boys parents any brothers sisters .and really early stop in education like middle scool and high school. the club is perfect called the program for that the ged upstair 3 meals a day shower clothing allowance weekly.bible class studys to get along with others lots of friendship soldiers put a hedge of protection around it.calls from family letters from them .I with one of the councilors would talk to him it wont hurt .we would all care for him for that well 260 days.please try to find him for it?hes in our prayers .josh gates is a tv hero immortals
I think this is a great local charity, which I donate to every year. I've been to one of their events where they provided a meal and live music for the people staying in the shelter. Not only do they help with immediate needs like food and shelter, they are Christ-focused and that's why I support them.