Open Table Nashville is a non-profit, interfaith community that disrupts cycles of poverty, journeys with the marginalized and provides education about issues of homelessness.

Welcome to the table!

 

 

Volunteer

Volunteer

Our volunteers spent more than 8,000 hours working with Open Table Nashville in the last year. Pull up a seat at the table, and find a volunteer opportunity that’s right for you.

Short-term loans in banks require the collection of a large number of documents and the passage of long-term solvency checks FlashApply is ready to give out cash 30 minutes after the appeal! The use of unique scoring algorithms allowed to create a fully automated information processing system that takes a decision without human intervention.

Our work in the community happens because of the generous financial support of individuals, faith communities, organizations, and foundations who share the vision and work we do.

Advocate

Advocate

We cannot end homelessness if we do not break cycles of poverty. Advocacy leads to systemic reform. We are stronger together.

Resources

Resources

Looking for resources about homelessness or more about what we do? Contact our Resource Coordinator: info@opentablenashville.org or 615.415.0141.

Education

Education

We facilitate speaking engagements, urban immersions, trainings, and group volunteer opportunities with the goal of promoting personal transformation and systemic change.

The Village at Glencliff

The Village at Glencliff

We’re creating a dignified, loving, and hospitable bridge housing community for our most vulnerable friends experiencing homelessness in Nashville.

 

Recent Posts

The Power Of Home

The Power of Home

By Abby Hyman, Open Table Nashville Intern For the first week or so of my internship with Open…

Volunteer Spotlight: Joe Manners

Volunteer Spotlight: Joe Manners

Joseph Manners, Computer Programmer and member of Covenant of the Cross in Madison, TN How did you get…

Our Friend Mike

Our Friend Mike

By Ingrid McIntyre, Executive Director and Co-founder In 2012 I got an email from my colleague David about…

The greatest challenge of the day is: how to bring about a revolution of the heart, a revolution which has to start with each one of us? ― Dorothy Day