We are 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

We love our volunteers and couldn’t do the work we’re doing in the community without them. You should join.

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

Resources

Resources

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

Advocate

Advocate

We cannot end homelessness if we do not stop people from falling into it, and that requires affordable housing. Learn how to be a part of the solution.

Internships

Internships

Interested in nurturing the Nashville community into relationships with the marginalized while breaking cycles of poverty, homelessness, and despair? Intern with us!

Realty Partnerships

Realty Partnerships

The stabilizing effect of housing coupled with supportive care, is demonstrated by a 79 percent reduction in public costs for these residents. Our realty friends are part of the solution.  Become a partner.

Recent Posts

This Just In: Summer Outreach Needs

This just in: Summer outreach needs

Summer is here, and we’re in need of some items for outreach. Can we count on you to help?

Seeking Restoration In An IT City 

Seeking Restoration in An IT City 

Make the community livable again. Those are words that probably do not often come to mind when people think and talk about Nashville, TN. Terms like IT City, Up and Coming, nightlife and music scene smother articles about our growing city. But there is an underground of Nashville.

Silent Vigil And Press Conference At Mayor’s Address

Silent Vigil and Press Conference at Mayor's Address

This Friday, April 29, more than 150 people from across Nashville will join with homeless camp residents and local organizers active in struggles for social, economic, and racial justice to hold a silent vigil during the Mayor’s State of Metro address.

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