It’s Hard to Imagine…

Even with my short time as the Oak Ridge Ambassador for Threads of Care, I still know and see the extent of hard work that is put into establishing this wonderful organization! As we’re preparing for our first clothing drive, we’ve encountered a few expected and...

Homeless Need Hope and Employment

I’ll admit, I probably spend more time on Twitter for a senior in high school with plenty of real-life responsibilities should be. Yet, despite producing its fair share of mindless garble, Twitter can sometimes showcase inspirational stories. For example, one evening...

Threads of Care: Passing the Torch

Threads of Care is a unique organization in that it is run entirely by students and is designed to stay in effect as they graduate and move on with their lives beyond high school. We are beginning our first transition, as most of our current ambassadors graduate soon...

Spreading Hope and Joy

What warms your heart the most? What gives you that feeling of satisfaction like no other? What gives you pure joy? I’ve been asking these questions to myself a lot lately. Being a senior this year, I am basically supposed to have my whole life figured out, right?...

The Forgotten America

Dear America, Standing silent, watching the crowds go by and Sitting lonely, what shall we do when the money is through? We’re falling to pieces, ignored in the streets like a poor-structured thesis, With no one who cares, we’re only dreaming that somebody dares To...

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...