Safe Haven

Safe Haven is the only shelter in Middle Tennessee that allows families to remain together as they work toward permanent housing. The services are designed to give families the necessary tools to achieve lasting self-sufficiency, stable employment and secured housing. The shelter relies on donated meals 365 days a year. The shelter houses up to 10 families (~40 people). More information is available at http://safehaven.org/.

FUUN has been serving food to families at Safe Haven for 27 years. This is a great experience for individuals, Covenant Groups, and families. Food is brought to the shelter, in downtown Nashville, on the 3rd Tuesday of every-other-month at 5:45 p.m. and volunteers leave by 6:45 p.m. Our volunteers feed up to 40 family members. You can pick a date, and what you’d like to bring at: http://signup.com/go/PqzDpvH or sign up at the Social Justice table in the social hall on Sunday mornings.

See http://safehaven.org for additional information about the shelter.
If you would like to help provide a meal, please contact Pat Lynch (SafeHaven@firstuunashville.org).