Supporting Healthy Attitudes Regarding Education
Project SHARE was created to encourage school attendance, academic values and the love of reading at a very young age. Role models are needed to spend at least one hour per week individually working with elementary students during the course of their school day.
For more information, visit www.monroeharding.org.
Campus For Human Development
A division of the Campus for Human Development, Room in the Inn is a shelter program for the homeless that works with some 200 area congregations to provide food and shelter each night during the coldest months of the year. Last year with the help of 27,232 volunteers, Room in the Inn congregations provided 26,737 beds and served 64,779 meals to their homeless guests.
For more information, visit www.chd-nashville.org.
With statistics showing ninety percent (90%) of poverty-level children failing our nation’s public schools, Project Reflect was chartered with a mission to create a brighter future for at-risk kids. Meeting the challenges that children of poverty bring to the classroom Reflect is specifically designed to inform, reform, and transform their vulnerable little lives.
For more information visit www.projectreflect.org.