Who We Are And Why We Care to End Hunger & Suffering

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Forever Faithful Food Progam



As recent as May 2017, the Tennessean reported its’  statistics on poverty and hunger. The report found that 18.9% of  Nashvillians live in poverty — a higher rate than Tennessee (17.9%) and  the nation (15.9%). According to a recent Feeding America study, an estimated 49 million Americans are food insecure, including more than 1 million Tennesseans.

 1 in 4  children in Tennessee face hunger every day.

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Educate Me Now


 Many middle and high school students across the state and nation aren’t reading at a proficient level. More than 70% of Tennessee’s eighth-graders  read at or below the basic level of proficiency for that grade,  according to a report by the Tennessee Comptroller’s Offices of Research  and Education Accountability. 

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 Families throughout America and abroad often face sudden emergencies with no immediate or real way out. We seek to help impact their successful transition and total life care. The LifeCare programs focuses on providing a range of aide to  individuals and families that helps manage everyday crisis and whole  life success 

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Positive Parenting Program


 The Positive Parenting Initiative focuses on preventing child abuse through education and awareness.   Every hour of every day, there is allegation of child abuse in  Tennessee. Unfortunately, child abuse is a problem in every county and  community across Tennessee. In 2013, Tennessee had 102,748 total referrals for child abuse and neglect. 

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#HopeForHaiti Initiative



The purpose of the #HopeForHaiti Initiative is to provide sustainable resources and services to the region of Haiti, currently the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, with close to 60% of the population living under the national poverty line; therefore, aiding in the prevention and elimination of human suffering to the Haitian region. 

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At Last Hope For Students


Did you know that there are homeless children in our schools. The New Direction CDC is an official partner to the Rutherford County ATLAS Program. We provide 'weekend' food bags, free tutoring, Christmas toys, and community resources to the ATLAS Program families through our AT LAST HOPE FOR STUDENTS PROGRAM.

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Our Christmas for Kidz Program

Changing lives for children and families in need during the holiday season. Thanks to our partners and volunteers. 

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