Neema House is an outreach to orphaned children and broken families in Geita, Tanzania. Neema (pronounced NÄma) is the Swahili word for grace or abundance. Neema House will be a children’s home where people from the Geita community experience the grace and abundance of God through tangible acts of love and service. Learn more about Neema House at neemahouse.org.
Greenhouse Ministries is a faith-based, non-profit agency serving the underserved in the Middle Tennessee area with a variety of resources designed to give clients and volunteers hope. Career counseling, skill training, food and shelter assistance and other specialized programs are just some of the services offered. Learn more at greenhousemin.org.
Possibility Place provides a comprehensive work, academic, social and community-based learning program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, thereby expanding their possibilities and helping them to grow mentally, physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. Learn more at PossibilityPlace.com
Good Shepherd Children’s Home is a Christian-based home for disadvantaged boys and girls facing difficult circumstances in their lives, many times at no fault of their own. Many of the children they serve struggle with the effects of poverty, abuse or neglect and in most cases, just need stability and a little extra love and support to reach their full potential. Their goal is to provide hope and healing in a Christian environment, where kids can develop academically, physically, socially, and most important, spiritually. Learn more at gsch.net