We believe the core values of a service based organization translate to the success of helping of those in need.

Our Mission: To find ways for teens to help teens in need. 

  • Teamwork: There’s no “I” in team. As the great Troy Bolton once said, “We’re all in this together.”  It’s imperative that we collaborate to help as many youth in need as possible.
  • Care:  We’re one big happy family here, and we care about our communities and how we can make them better.
  • Appreciation:  We appreciate all that the world gives us and want to embody that by giving back.
  • Drive: We’re a highly motivated group of individuals that wish to make the lives of teens who struggle just a little bit better.
  • Respect: Treating everyone; volunteers, sponsors, families and the community with respect and dignity.
Team members accepting the Franklin Tomorrow's Youth Award

The Oasis Center

Nashville Community Based Care for Teens

United Way

Representing Williamson County Youth Leadership

Hugh O' Brian

HOBY Ambassadors and Threads of Care Liaisons

Center for Youth Issues

Local High School Activists for STARS Programs

Recent Blog Posts

Learn from teens and leaders in the community.

Making My Life Speak

Last summer, I had the opportunity to spend two weeks in Neply, Haiti (which is the poorest country in the western hemisphere) where I worked with an organization called “My Life Speaks”. Over the past four and a half years, my family and I have been able to go a...

Over a Million Impoverished in Costa Rica

Last summer I had the opportunity to see what true poverty looks like. In Costa Rica, nearly a quarter of the population lives in poverty. That is roughly 1.2 million people!  A number that I personally consider to be way too high. A number that has grown steadily for...

Supper Bowl Sunday

Recently I got the opportunity to serve the homeless community with my dad. Every Tuesday my dad goes with a group of other people from church to downtown Nashville. They preach a sermon and then feed and help to clothe the homeless community. He had gone several...

Helping communities....One thread at a time

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