Achieving the goal of safe, decent and affordable housing for everyone in our community won't be easy, but it will be worth it. And it's a goal we can't do alone. 

We need partners to support us and work with us. We need volunteer time, financial giving, program sponsors and donations.

Do you have a desire to ensure that everyone in our community has safe, decent and affordable housing? 



Business Partners

These are the folks we do business with. They are people we trust and people who do "right" by us. We receive nothing by including them here beyond sharing a trusted relationship with a new friend. 


Cultivate coworking

Cultivate Coworking is a welcoming community offering an alternative office space for independent workers, freelancers, non-profits, and small business owners. It provides wi-fi, locally roasted coffee, meeting rooms and events designed to help its members create a vibrant business community. Their goal is to help small business owners and independent workers grow their business and create a useful, lively network of like-minded professionals in the Murfreesboro area.  


first national bank of mcminnville

The mission of First National Bank is to be the premier community bank in the markets we serve. We will enhance the customer experience by serving the personal and business needs of our markets, providing superior customer service, investing in the communities we serve, and enriching the lives of our employees.


We couldn't do our work without the partnerships we've formed with units of local government, businesses, churches and other nonprofits. 


These groups are our friends, colleagues, mentors and partners. We learn from and share information with them on a regular basis. 


Tennessee Affordable Housing Coalition

The mission of the Tennessee Affordable Housing Coalition is to serve as a catalyst to continuously improve the availability and quality of safe, sound and affordable housing in the State of Tennessee. The group includes builders, REALTORSĀ® lenders, not-for-profit housing providers, public housing agencies, and agencies from various governmental levels.

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