The annual Doors of Hope Firefly Supper will be held at The View at Fountains this year in Murfreesboro. The event will be on October 17, 2019.
Doors of Hope has announced Tennessee State Senator Shane and Amanda Reeves as Honorary Chairs for the 5th annual Firefly Supper to be held on October 17th at The View at Fountains.
The Doors of Hope is asking the public to bring new or gently used childrens book by their office this coming Thursday. They're located at 428 E Bell Street here in Murfreesboro.
A new beginning started Monday evening for the DOORS OF HOPE graduating class of 2019.
The fourth annual Firefly Supper benefiting Doors of Hope will take place on Thursday, October 18.
Doors of Hope has provided pre-release education and transition planning at the Rutherford County Correctional Work Center (RCCWC) for several years.
A non profit in Murfreesboro is hosting a baked good sale that is helping to teach women who once struggled with addiction new skills...
Monday night is Community Night for clients at Doors of Hope, when everyone gathers for the weekly meeting and meal.
Local nonprofit Doors of Hope is pleased to announce it has received a federal grant from the Department of Justice.
Local non-profit Doors of Hope launched a new initiative with the Rutherford County Correctional Work Center on January 9th that will further their mission and greatly enhance the collaborative relationship that already exists between the two organizations.
Maridel Williams, Executive Director of Doors of Hope, received a jaw-dropping surprise when Nashville-based "100+ Women Who Care" visited her weekly team meeting this past Monday.
"The Firefly Supper raises community awareness about the mission of Doors of Hope. We help rebuild lives following incarceration. When we are able to lower recidivism in Rutherford County, we see families restored, hearts healed," says Doors of Hope board member and Firefly Supper committee volunteer Marcie Richmond.
Community support will enable Doors of Hope to continue to grow their program and to make a real difference in the lives of men and women being released from incarceration.
Doors of Hope is once again participating in The Big Payback, a region-wide, 24-hour online giving event created to help Middle Tennessee nonprofits raise funds vital to continue their work, which directly improves the community around them.
Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) awarded $73,500 in federal Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) monies to Doors of Hope to provide rapid rehousing to homeless individuals and families in Rutherford County.
November 2, 2014, marked a beautiful Fall day where the doors of the new administrative offices of Doors of Hope at 428 E Bell Street in Murfreesboro, TN...
"We welcome the entire community to tour our new facility, and become more familiar with the ways this initiative is raising the quality of life for all in this community..."
Concert tickets are on sale now for a fundraiser to benefit Doors of Hope and The Journey Home, set for Sunday, July 20th.
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