In Our Community We believe not only in giving, but in giving of ourselves to our community and abroad.Here are a few organizations we support with our time, talents, and resources:Tuckers HouseTucker’s House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been developed to partner with families of children with disabilities up to the age of 22 years old and their healthcare providers toprovide assistance through specialized retrofitting resources so that their houses can become “home”. We assist families to retrofit their home to meet their specific immediate, intermediate and long term needs that make their home a place that is not only accessible and safe but also provides an environment to where they can achieve their potential.Search MinistriesSearch was founded in 1977 to create opportunities for stimulating, sensitive, and respectful dialogue for those who wrestle with the big questions of life. We believe that every worldview involves faith in some form, but we are committed to applying reason and evidence to our search for ultimate answers to life’s big questions. The way we answer – or fail to answer – these questions affects all aspects of life. We seek an intellectually robust faith, which leaves room for doubt and discussion.Barefoot RepublicBarefoot Republic creates Christ-centered relationships between individuals from diverse racial, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds through an equally diverse platform of artistic, athletic and team-building programs.Nashville Rescue MissionThe Nashville Rescue Mission addresses homelessness and hopelessness in a way that is transformational and Christ-centered. They provide assistance with basic needs such as a hot meal and shelter for individuals and families, but they also provide therapeutic counseling and recovery programs to those who need additional support.Best Buddies of TNBest Buddies International is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).United WayFounded in 1961 by five community leaders, United Way of Williamson County began as a grassroots effort to respond to the growing needs local families faced. Fundraising evolved as a strategy to bring resources to support service programs. Today, United Way of Williamson County supports 46 programs through 31 partner agencies. United Way touches the senior citizen living next door, the single mother working at your favorite restaurant and the child with developmental delays whose parents need a helping hand. Your gifts also help people facing chronic illness or natural disasters.United Way is uniquely positioned to pull together a diverse group of stakeholders and resources from businesses, government, education, nonprofits and individuals – we can mobilize around issues important to strengthening Williamson County to deliver more impact than individual agencies could achieve on their own.Food for the HungryFood for the Hungry provides life-changing resources such as clean water, medical aid, food, equal educational opportunities to girls and boys, along with vocational training and empowerment in the midst of unimaginable hardships. They work side-by-side with local leaders, responding to their needs with transformative solutions, which are both sustainable and implemented at the hands of the communities themselves.