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.

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The Village at Glencliff is a development of micro homes intended to provide a dignified, loving, and hospitable bridge housing community for our most vulnerable friends experiencing homelessness in Nashville in an effort to meet each individual’s most basic needs so that he or she is empowered to focus on healing and permanent supportive housing.

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We are a creative network of people making incredible things happen in our city.

Have a look at how to get involved, below.



Want to help break cycles of poverty?

Pull up a seat at the table.

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.



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



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



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

Because housing is a human right.

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Recent Posts

2017 In Review

2017 In Review

Dear Open Table Nashville Family, It's hard to believe 2017 is almost over. Here's just a little bit…

Homeless And Shivering God

Homeless and Shivering God

The following is the benediction written by Lindsey Krinks that was given at the 2017 Annual Homeless Memorial…

A Home For The Holidays

A Home for the Holidays

Home means different things to different people, but at its core, home is that place we land at…

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