Welcome to The Caring Place
The Caring Place envisions a community where everyone has access to the resources and opportunities they need to thrive. Our mission is to provide access to the basic resources and opportunities our neighbors need. At The Caring Place we CARE by meeting needs with love as we: Connect, Advocate, Restore, Empower and Equip.
We desire to partner with our neighbors and our community to make lasting, positive change. By helping our neighbors move from surviving to thriving, we are helping all of our community to thrive. Every member of our community has something valuable to contribute to our community as a whole. We believe we are called to meet needs with love in order to exemplify the love of Christ for all. We invite you to join us in this vision of a thriving and loving community.
We rely on the support of neighbors helping neighbors to fulfill our mission. We are currently blessed with support from 53 churches, representing 12 different denominations in Bradley County, 134 active volunteers, 152 business and organizations and eleven staff members working together in unity and love to serve our community.
The Caring Place Holiday Hours
November 27th- Open for regular services
November 28th-29th- Closed
December 3rd- Normal hours
December 20th – last day for services
December 23 – No food or Clothing Services
December 24 – December 27 – Closed
December 30 – No Food or Clothing Services
New Year’s Eve- Closed
New Year’s Day- Closed
January 2nd- Open for regular Services
C.A.R.E leads to Change
News & Events
We are beyond thankful for Southern Heritage Bank’s “Cleveland Helping Cleveland” Fall Food Drive! We received over 26 pallets of food! This will help us stay stocked for about a month, as we provide families with food to help them stretch their budget. Thank you to all the organizations who donated, without joining together, we couldn’t #meetneedswithlove like we do!
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All proceeds will benefit The Caring Place, and help us accomplish our goal of “Meeting Needs with Love.”
“These first-person accounts of real life up close- warts and all- are full of ordinary events punctuated with breathtaking joy and sometimes heartbreaking sadness. Like mine, our brothers’ and sisters’ lives are generally wound around a few major themes. For the purposes of this book, we’ve settled on three – stories of love, loss, and redemption.” -Gary L. Riggins Preface
Visit Us at:
130 Wildwood Ave, Cleveland, TN