How’s Nashville is proactively lining up housing and support service resources for people experiencing chronic homelessness in our community.
In particular, our How’s Nashville partners offer assistance to help people navigate from the streets/shelters into permanent housing. Once people are ready to move in, we offer them ongoing support services.
One big barrier to housing is setting up a new household. People who experience long-term homelessness do not have furniture. They also do not have a savings account to pay for move-in costs.
For $1,000 we can open the door to an apartment for one household. Please consider sponsoring one person!
Your donation will pay for move-in costs including rent & utility deposits, basic furniture, and essential household goods. We are also utilizing these funds to remove barriers to housing by paying for ID and birth certificate replacements, owed back-up rents, back payments for utilities, and other expenses that prevent a person from renting a place.
To make an online donation, please click on the button below.
If you prefer to send in a check, please make checks payable to “How’s Nashville” and mail them to:
Will Connelly, Metropolitan Homelessness Commission, P.O. Box 196300, Nashville, TN, 37219-6300.
You will receive an acknowledgement letter for your donation. Thank you!
At this point, we are not set up for online donations. If you have further questions, please call Judith Tackett at 615-880-2360.
For example, Open Table Nashville has collected furniture donations and is coordinating the actual move-in for people who receive assistance through the How’s Nashville campaign. If you would like to donate furniture, please submit this online form, which will link you with Open Table Nashville.
Disclaimer: The Metropolitan Homelessness Commission has created a line item designated for the needs of the How’s Nashville campaign. The Metropolitan Homelessness Commission is an entity of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County. Please consult your accountant for specific tax issues or questions.