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Presenting our 7th Graduating Getting Ahead Cohort! These individuals all stuck with our Getting Ahead program and learned about different ways to build their future stories by setting goals, ... See more

1 week ago

Our clothing volunteer team keeping things fun this rainy Halloween! #meetingneedswithlove #compassionfuncrew

1 week ago
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The annual Coat Drive is to take place until the end of the year! We are so thankful to partner with Superior Cleaners and other amazing community businesses and churches for our annual coat drive. ... See more

2 weeks ago

Congratulations to our 7th Getting Ahead graduating cohort! #meetingneedswithlove #survivingtothriving

2 weeks ago
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The annual Coat Drive is HERE! We are so thankful to partner with Superior Cleaners and other amazing community businesses and churches for our annual coat drive. This event is our main source for ... See more

3 weeks ago

We are so thrilled to have partnered with First Baptist Cleveland, TN in their #goloveserve19 event! They helped us to accomplish some much needed projects here at The Caring Place!

3 weeks ago

Thankful for Tennessee Valley Authority employee volunteer day! Listen in for how groups of volunteers help to make a difference for our neighbors!

3 weeks ago
Finding affordable rental housing is not easy

Housing is an essential basic need that many of our neighbors are struggling to obtain or sustain. We are thankful for agencies partners like Family Promise of Bradley County that help to meet this ... See more

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3 weeks ago
MAKING ENDS MEET

The ALICE report from United Way of the Ocoee Region featured in this Cleveland Daily Banner article helps us to become better informed so we can become better engaged in the solutions as a ... See more

In Bradley County, 16,650  households are either living below the Federal Poverty Level or just barely scraping by, according to the recent United Way ALICE report. 

4 weeks ago
Bradley County

"Some 41% of households in Bradley County are living in poverty or are living above the poverty line, but still struggling to afford basic needs like housing, food and childcare. "

(Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of stories exploring poverty in Bradley County and the Ocoee Region, and how many local families are now recognized as the 'working poor.')Some 41% of ... See more

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Visit Us at:

130 Wildwood Ave, Cleveland, TN

Or Call Us:

423-472-4414

Service Hours:

Tuesday – Friday 9am to 12pm

Tuesday 6pm to 8pm

Other hours by appointment