Welcome Home Ministries collaborates with many organizations like the Veterans Administration, Room in the Inn (Campus for Human Development), area hospitals and alcohol and drug treatment facilities, as well as churches and individuals. Also, we are grateful to the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services for their generous support, which provides funding for our program work. Additionally, we express much gratitude for our annual benefit golf tournament sponsors and players (golf partners), whose support assists our ministry efforts throughout the year.  Finally, we are blessed to have the support of generous foundations that support our ministry of outreach to men who suffer from alcohol and drug addictions.

The Memorial Foundation

“The mission of The Memorial Foundation is to improve the quality of life for people through support to nonprofit organizations. The Memorial Foundation responds to diverse community needs, assisting agencies that focus on: health, human & social services, education, senior citizens, youth and children, community services, and substance abuse programs.”

“The Foundation also strives to respond to immediate, critical needs that arise in the community. With assistance from the Foundation, organizations including The Salvation Army, The American Red Cross, Second Harvest Food Bank, Nashville Tree Foundation, and YWCA have received funds.”

“Whether offering ongoing support or responding in times of crisis, The Memorial Foundation will continue to provide valuable assistance to nonprofit organizations that are finding solutions to local community needs that improve the quality of life.”

Welcome Home Ministries has received generous grants from The Memorial Foundation since 2010 to support WHM’s Alcohol and Drug Recovery Support Program.

healingtrust_logoThe Healing Trust

“The Mission of The Healing Trust, a private grant making foundation, is the sacred work of fostering healing and wholeness for vulnerable populations through strategic investing, philanthropy, and advocacy.”

“The goal of The Healing Trust’s grant making is to increase the access of vulnerable populations to compassionate and affordable healthcare and to support and enhance the success of the non-profit organizations it funds by offering funding and consulting to organizations to support cultures centered on compassionate care.”

“Recipients of the contributions include non-profit organizations from 40 counties in Middle Tennessee that focus on advocacy, physical health, mental health, recovery from alcohol and drug abuse or healing from abuse, neglect, and violence. This year’s grants bring the collective grant making of The Healing Trust to over $74 million since 2002. The Trust, while created out of the sale of Baptist Hospital to Ascension Health/St. Thomas Health Services, is a private, independent foundation and is not affiliated with the St. Thomas Health Services or the St. Thomas Health Services Fund.”