This is Our Story…
Welcome to Threads of Care, a youth run organization founded by teens focused on helping teens in need. No child deserves to struggle, whether homeless, cold or hungry. We are committed to helping teens in our community through clothing donations, supplies and fundraisers. As an impassioned group of teens, we are dedicated to creating awareness and helping to solve the problem of teen homelessness. Our outreach partners with local area high schools, non-profit and generous for profit organizations to further our goals of providing services for teens in need. With this in mind, we also intend to uplift youth in our communities with clothing and supplies to make them feel cared for and appreciated. Sign up for more information if you’re a teen (or caring person) looking to get involved! We believe that, in order for our future to be prosperous, we must make sure that everyone, regardless of their circumstances, is taken care of.
One of our favorite quotes is:
Leadership is an Action…Not a Position
Oasis Center Nashville
Hugh O' Brian
Center for Youth Issues
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Executive Director Sidonia Cannon wins Youth Initiative Award at Franklin Tomorrow’s Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards
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