Established in 1983, Hope Clinic for Women is a faith-based safe and confidential place equipping women, men and families dealing with: unplanned pregnancies, access to women's healthcare, prevention education, pregnancy loss and postpartum depression. They provide medical care, professional counseling, education classes, case management, mentoring and practical support regardless of age, race, religion or ability to pay.


 The Period project was recently featured in the tennessean

The Period project was recently featured in the tennessean

The Period Project’s goal is to raise community awareness and reduce the stigma around menstruation while collecting as many period protection products as we can for girls in need in Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS).

Their impact goal is to stock a large supply of packages of period products (pads and tampons) at MNPS to help keep girls in school during their period. The distribution will be facilitated through the Community Achievers office of MNPS. We will also distribute a small portion of products to Siloam Health, which serves Nashville’s most medically vulnerable, who come from 80 homelands and speak over 70 languages.


We are joining the JanetStrong team with WCRE member Janet Duke in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on October 27, 2018! Join in the walk or run, donate to the cause, or volunteer with us. You can join the team or donate here: these donations to help fund breast cancer research, care, community, and advocacy. If you want to volunteer, please contact Lori Parker to be part of our team.