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Begin Anew of Middle Tennessee

Cause Area

  • Education & Literacy
  • Faith-Based
  • Immigrants & Refugees

Location

1111 Foster AvenueNashville, TN 37210 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Begin Anew of Middle Tennessee empowers individuals to overcome obstacles caused by poverty by providing education, mentoring and resources.

Description

Begin Anew is a faith-based education program working to empower individuals to overcome obstacles created by poverty by providing education, mentoring, and resources.

Begin Anew operates programs at four locations throughout Middle Tennessee (Woodbine, Downtown Nashville, Madison, Franklin). Along with weekly Bible study and no-cost programming and care for our students’ children, we offer three education tracks in separate programs to men and to women:

  • HSE (High School Equivalency)
  • ELL (English Language Learners) accommodating three levels of instruction
  • Computer and Job Skills Training
We provide encouragers and prayer partners so that our students never walk alone as they pursue life changing educational opportunities.

Reviews

Would you recommend Begin Anew of Middle Tennessee?
4 reviews Write a review
by DESIREE M. (July 30, 2017)
I have not yet experienced volunteering at your location, but hoping to very soon.
by Lily Katherine B. (June 16, 2013)
Volunteers are very appreciated at CWJC. The staff is great! Very friendly. If you are looking for a place to really make a difference in real lives of women and children, this is perfect! They always have a need - you will not be wasting your time by coming to help.
by Desiree P. (June 14, 2013)
CWJC truly serves those who come there for assistance in a holistic way, showing genuine care for entire lifestyles to improve. The staff is friendly and focused on service. God has used my time volunteering here for personal growth and for the benefit of the ladies and children that we serve. I thank the Lord for CWJC and what He is doing in changing the lives of those who come there for help and of those who choose to volunteer.
by Diana W. from Nashville, TN (November 4, 2009)
This is a good program but getting people to mentor has been very slow lately.

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