St. Stephen Catholic Community gives a portion of our income from parishoner contributions to many in need of assistance, and to these organizations as partners in our social justice outreach efforts.
- Campus for Human Development
A religious non-profit organization providing emergency and long-term services, both residential and education, to the homeless of Nashville.
532 Eighth Avenue South, Nashville, TN, 37202
- Mt Juliet Help Center
3425B North Mt Juliet Road
Mt Juliet, TN 37121
PO Box 719
Mt Juliet, TN 37122
Offers assistance with food and utilities to those in need in the West Wilson County Community. Occasionally there is clothing available as well. Operating hours are – Monday-Friday from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
- Habitat for Humanity of Wilson County
Volunteer workers help build homes in the Wilson County area for qualified, low-income families.
453.4539 (Wilson County)
254.4663, ext 226 (Davidson County)
- Hope Clinic for Women
Provides a caring and confidential place for women and their families to explore alternatives regarding unplanned pregnancy.
1810 Hayes St, Nashville, TN, 37203
- Loaves & Fishes
A community based program for the hungry, serving lunch on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. Operating at Holy Name Parish Center, the program also provides blankets during the winter, toys at Christmas, and weekly on-site services at St. Thomas Hospital.
Holy Name Church, 256.7256, 521 Woodland St, Nashville, TN, 37206. St. Stephen volunteers provide the meal on the 4th Saturday of the month. Contact – Walter Pope, 615-714-4622.
- Nashville Cares
Provides a full range of social services and education to those affected by HIV and AIDS in 13 counties of Middle Tennessee, including about 50 people living within the boundaries of St. Stephen. Our contributions are restricted to client services.
Sean Muldoon, 615-259.4866, ext. 242
501 Brick Church Park Drive, Nashville, TN, 37207
- Nashville Safe Haven Family Shelter
Empowers homeless families with children to live independently through spiritual, financial, and social guidance.
1234 Third Avenue South, Nashville, TN, 37210
- Project Reflect
Programs which assist minorities and others of the economically poor and marginal population. The summer school program offers behavior modification and help with basic reading skills to children living in public housing who are failing in school.
610 49th Avenue North, Nashville, TN, 37209
- Refugee & Immigration Services
Welcomes and serves a diverse population by striving to meet human needs and respecting the dignity of all, by empowering individuals to achieve self-sufficiency through encouragement, education, and support.
10 South 6th St, Nashville, TN, 37206