OTN Receives Nominations From Tennessee Alliance For Progress

OTN receives nominations from Tennessee Alliance for Progress

Ingrid and LaurenGreat news, Friends!

The Tennessee Alliance for Progress has nominated Ingrid McIntyre for their Long Haul Award. They have nominated Lauren Plummer for their Young Leader Award.

These awards celebrate “the work of Tennessee’s exemplary progressive activists.” We know Ingrid and Lauren join Lindsey in evolving both human services and theological witness in ways that care for whole persons in tangible ways. We also know that while Ingrid, Lauren, and Lindsey are being noted here as distinguished Tennesseans, they are truly leaders for the nation and the world. We are so blessed to serve with and be led by them. You can what the nominators for Ingrid and Lauren wrote about their exemplary work on the link.

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Volunteers Needed

Volunteers needed

OTN is teaming up with local congregations to provide bi-monthly Resource Shelters on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month. Resource Shelters allow for a consistent place to connect our un-housed friends with needed services and resources like birth…

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Pets Allowed

Pets allowed

When temperatures drop, our friends without shelter look for a space not just for themselves, but for their four-legged family members, too. At Open Table Nashville, we've partnered with a number of Nashville area churches that allow pets. Read more, here.

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Interns

Open Table Nashville is looking for around 9 summer interns. Opportunities include working with our residents at the Hobson House, organizing volunteers, Outreach, Immersion Programs, Communication Strategies, and more. Please fill out the forms below and email them to Ingrid@opentablenashville.org by March…

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