Street Hope enlists church partners who have a vision to be salt and light in a dark world by actively serving those in need, speaking for the vulnerable, and equipping disciples of Christ to actively impact the lives of children and families.
Street Hope cooperates with community partners who serve vulnerable groups of children, engage committed volunteers, and impact risk factors leading to DMST.
Our Pathway to Hope
By bringing awareness, connecting churches with positive services for children, and mobilizing individuals, Street Hope TN works to end the reach of DMST in our communities and in the lives of our children. We contribute to an environment meeting the needs of the whole child, physically, mentally, emotionally, academically, and spiritually.
- Training (Promote awareness to expose the needs and equip the willing)
- Connection (Bring churches and effective services for children together)
- Engagement (Mobilize individuals to act on their faith by involvement with children)
- Social Change (Impact culture to end the spread of DMST in communities)
- End DMST in Tennessee and in the United States
Street Hope is also proud to be a member of the Alliance for Better Nonprofits and the Community Coalition to Protect Children.
Street Hope Community Partners
Knox Area Rescue Ministries (KARM) provides daily for those most vulnerable and desperate among us, first supplying rescue services of food and shelter, then healthy, supportive relationships, and ultimately restoration, including job-training opportunities.
The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs in Tennessee is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
Emerald Youth Foundation‘s mission is to raise up a large number of urban youth to love Jesus Christ and become effective leaders who help renew their communities.
CCAHT (Community Coalition Against Human Trafficking) is a 501(c)(3) organization that works alongside local organizations, government, community groups, and individuals to fight human trafficking in upper East Tennessee. CCAHT works collaboratively with frontline stakeholders including hotels, truck stops, and social service agencies to develop systems and training for all stakeholders to enhance the identification and reporting of suspected human trafficking victims in the East Tennessee area.
Freedom 4/24 exists to bring freedom and justice to victims and survivors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking through raising awareness and providing financial support to frontline organizations working to end these forms of modern day slavery. From its inception, Freedom 4/24’s unique strategy has been to come alongside and financially support vetted organizations with a track record for making a difference in the fight to end sex trafficking. Freedom 4/24 serves as a conduit between individuals, churches, and communities that are passionate about bringing freedom and the organizations working to rescue and restore the lives that have been broken and shattered.
Bethany Christian Services is a global nonprofit organization that brings families together and keeps families together. Strengthening families for the well-being of children is our top priority. Our services include adoption, foster care, and pregnancy counseling. We also provide counseling to families, assist refugees and immigrants resettling in the U.S., and partner with several international countries to help keep families together. The work we do equips families to be the answer for children in need—as Christ intended.
KCAB (Knox County Association of Baptists) is a network of 150 churches working together to be God’s church on mission throughout the world.
Compassion Coalition serves as a catalyst to help local churches build capacity and vision for community transformation. The Coalition achieve its mission through three primary objectives: to research community needs and resources, to build capacity for community outreach, and to bridge the churches and the community.
Hosea’s Heart is a survivor-led nonprofit that exists to end the sex trafficking and sexual exploitation of women in our community.
Serenity Women’s Shelter provides biblically-based residential recovery services, case management, individual and group counseling, spiritual support, crisis intervention, life skills classes, community-based mentoring, and refuge from abusive relationships for women who are seeking help.
Download our Community Partnership Description.
Street Hope Church Partners
- First Baptist Concord in Farragut
- Grace Baptist Church in Karns
- West Park Baptist Church in Knoxville
- Faith Promise in the Knoxville area
- First Church of the Nazarene, Lenoir City
Download our Church Partner Description.
Download our Church Intent to Partner form.