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Abdishakur Mohamed/Nes Door Neighbors Project (WNPT)

Posted 09/01/2014

Abdishakur Mohamed currently oversees the Catholic Charities of Tennessee Refugee Services Employment effort, assisting refugee clients as they prepare to seek and do seek meaningful employment in the Middle Tennessee labor market. In May 2014, he was appointed to the Metro Nashville/Davidson County Human Relations Commission by Mayor Karl Dean and the Metro Council.Click … read more >>




Catholic Charities Accepting Applications from Nonprofit Organizations for Economic Development and Community Organizing Grants

Posted 08/25/2014

Catholic Charities of Tennessee is accepting applications from Middle Tennessee nonprofit organizations for economic development and community organizing grants worth $25,000 to $75,000 to be awarded in 2015 by the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD). The pre-application and application process runs from September 1 until November 1. Pre-applications for a … read more >>




Catholic Charities Announces Multi-Media Youth Arts Contest for Catholic Students in Grades 7-12

Posted 08/25/2014

All Middle Tennessee Catholic students in grades 7-12 are invited to participate in the 2014-2015 cross-discipline Multi-Media Youth Arts Contest presented by the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) and sponsored locally by Catholic Charities of Tennessee. This year's theme is Do Justice, Love Goodness and Walk Humbly with your God (Micah 6:8).Entries can take … read more >>




Catholic Charities Hope Program on NASHVILLE BY NICOLE (Lightning 100 -- 100.1 FM)

Posted 08/24/2014

On Sunday, August 24, Child Welfare Services counselor Nina Gilbert and Marketing director Mark Barry visited with Nicole Buckley, host of NASHVILLE BY NICOLE on Lightning 100 (100.1 FM). They discussed the HOPE program which provides trauma-focused individual and group counseling for children who are considered secondary victims of homicide or victims of assault, as well … read more >>




Raining Season helps Orphans in Africa, Partners with Catholic Charities (Tennessee Register)

Posted 08/01/2014

Thirteen years ago, Jason Rust and Erica Stone of Brentwood were considering an international adoption. While on a website seeking adoptive families for orphaned children, they found a photo of a young girl, and immediately felt a connection to her. Through more research they discovered she was living in an orphanage in Sierra Leone, Africa. "We found Jayda on … read more >>




As Humanitarian Crisis Looms at the U.S. Border, Nashville's Refugee Resettlement Services Face Severe Cuts
(Nashville Scene)

Posted 07/24/2014

At first glance, Deq Omer Mohammed, Ahmed Mustafa and Abdirizsak Abdullahi Duale don't have much in common. Mustafa, an Iraqi national in his 30s who's fluent in English, wears a neat beard and preppy Western attire. Abdullah, 21, is a former student from Somalia with a shy smile and … read more >>




Catholic Charities May Send Staffers to Help with Child Migrant Crisis
(Tennessee Register)

Posted 07/18/2014

With tens of thousands of unaccompanied child migrants from Central America detained at the U.S. border, Catholic Charities of Tennessee is waiting to see if some of its staffers are needed to help resolve the crisis. Responding to a request from the federal government, Catholic Charities USA asked the 187 Catholic Charities agencies across the country if they had … read more >>




Help for Nashville's Elder Refugees is in Jeopardy
(The Tennessean)

Posted 07/16/2014

Asfaw Hubtewold isn't yet fluent in English, but there's one word he knows well - and it's one he prefers to shout."Bingo!" calls the 84-year-old refugee immigrant from Ethiopia."Bingo! Bingo!" he repeats, reliving a winning moment from the brown recliner in his living room and tapping into the simple magic of a game that translates well across … read more >>




Want to Learn More About a Food Stamp Challenge?

Posted 07/03/2014

Many of us donate canned goods to food banks, volunteer to pack food boxes or serve a hot meal to those in need during the holiday season. But what is it really like not to know where you next meal is coming from, or how you will afford enough food to last through the month? Participate in the Food Stamp Challenge and find out. What is the Food Stamp Challenge? The Food … read more >>




Memories Help Boost Sense of Self-worth in Elderly
(Voice of America)

Posted 07/02/2014

At a senior center in Nashville, Tennessee, Doug Oliver and his friend, Geneva McElroy, talk about old times.But it is more than a simple stroll down memory lane. Through guided conversation, Oliver helps seniors remember their own self-worth by drawing on the memories of experiences long past."They can see what they have done that has or will impact the future and … read more >>




Catholic Charities of Tennessee Announces 2014-15 Board Officers, New Members

Posted 07/01/2014

The Board of Trustees for Catholic Charities of Tennessee, Inc. has elected officers and new members for the 2014-2015 fiscal year, according to Bill Sinclair, executive director of the agency. The terms began on July 1. Executive Committee members for 2014-2015 are: President Fran Bedard, director at Deloitte Tax, LLP, Primm Springs; Vice President … read more >>




HOPE and CHAP Programs Help Families Under Stress
(Tennessee Register)

Posted 06/20/2014

Lakeda Conyers' four children suffered when she was first diagnosed with colon cancer. It was devastating for them to deal with a parent fighting a debilitating disease. Conyers' daughter Taylor had the hardest time coping with her mom's ailment, Conyers said. "She would cry, she would act out, she would have nightmares, she was scared of what life would be like if … read more >>




Sinclair to Continue as Catholic Charities Director
(Tennessee Register)

Posted 06/20/2014

Bill Sinclair, executive director of Catholic Charities of Tennessee for 28 years, has announced that he will not retire from this position by January 2015, as previously planned. Citing the agency's ongoing growth, several new initiatives and a number of potential changes in programs and locations, as well as his own thoughts about leaving the position he … read more >>




Home at Last, in America
(by Holly Johnson, director Tennessee Office for Refugees, for Tennessee Voices [The Tennessean])

Posted 06/20/2014

Last fall, the Tennessee General Assembly commissioned an independent study on the cost of refugee resettlement to the state of Tennessee. What this study found was that refugees pay more in taxes than they consume in benefits - in fact, twice as much. Although the study was comprehensive in its scope, it was unable to address the non-monetary value of refugees in … read more >>




Catholic Charities Staffer Joins Human Relations Commission
(Tennessee Register)

Posted 06/20/2014

Abdishakur Mohamed, employment coordinator for Catholic Charities of Tennessee's Refugee Services department, recently was sworn in as a member of the Metropolitan Nashville/Davidson County Human Relations Commission. He will serve a two year term through April 2016.The Human Relations Commission was established to resolve complaints and carry out educational … read more >>




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