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Heart Tree project returns to make Christmas special for those with intellectual disabilities
(Nov. 6, 2015)
Several Journeys staff members promoted during implementation of TQI Plan
(Nov. 6, 2015)
Journeys thanks Mayor Ernest Burgess for helping with Guess Who Contest
(Nov. 2, 2015)
Ramsey takes home this year's individual achievement award
(June 13, 2015)
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Journeys Summer 2016 'In Review' Newsletter available now
Posted: July 28, 2016
MURFREESBORO - The Summer 2016 edition of Journeys in Community Living's 'In Review' newsletter is now available for viewing here at JourneysTN.org.
- Our cover story on this year's Annual Celebration is spread out from pages two to five.
- Photos from the Annual Celebration are available on pages six and seven.
- On pages eight and nine, you will find information on Journeys' "Careers Initiative"
- Page 10 is devoted to this year's Open House event, which was organized with the help of a Leadership Rutherford class from the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce.
- Recent volunteers and awarded grants information is available on page 11.
- Staff anniversaries can be found on pages 12 and 13.
- A letter from Agency Director George Cunningham is located on page 14.
- We remember two recently deceased individuals who were supported by Journeys for many years on Page 15.
We will no longer be sending printed versions of the newsletter through the mail, so if you'd like to receive the newsletter, we recommend joining our email list while you are visiting our Web site.
It's 'Payback' time in Middle Tennessee
Posted: May 1, 2017
MURFREESBORO - The Big Payback is returning this Wednesday and Journeys is excited to take part in this monumental event for the third year in a row.
The online "annual giving day," hosted by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, celebrates Middle Tennessee’s spirit of generosity and supports the life-changing work of area nonprofits like Journeys.
Donations can be made to organizations by visiting www.TheBigPayback.org.
The 24-hour event kicks off at midnight and helps organizations raise much-needed funds, while also bringing awareness to pressing needs throughout Middle Tennessee.
Journeys is also scheduled to participate in a special celebration of The Big Payback on Wednesday at Cannonsburg Village in Murfreesboro between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Cash and check donations can be accepted at Journeys' booth at the "Big Payback Rutherford Rally."
"The Rutherford and Cannon County community will come together to stand behind the community's nonprofit sector," a news release concerning the rally states. "Nonprofits from around the community will gather to showcase their work and mission. Music, food trucks, giveaways, special performance and a BIG surprise. The Pep Rally takes place at noon...bring your sign and toot your organization at the noon pep rally (big enough for the media to notice)!"
Gifts made to participating organizations during The Big Payback are amplified by incentives and awards and may help Journeys qualify for special prizes and bonuses throughout the day.
Since its inception in 2014, Middle Tennessee’s annual day of giving has raised more than $6.75 million for nearly 800 area nonprofits, including schools and religious institutions.
We hope you’ll support Journeys and our mission to support adults with disabilities in choosing and realizing their visions of where and how they live, work and socialize!
For more information, contact us at 615-890-4389 or visit www.TheBigPayback.org. We thank you for your support!
OUR TAKE: Journeys proud of David Price, city of Murfreesboro for establishing 'Miracle Field' (Video courtesy NBC Nightly News)
Posted: May 9, 2017
MURFREESBORO - Journeys staff is very proud to see a new baseball field designed for those with disabilities opening up in Murfreesboro.
It's all thanks to Murfreesboro-native turned Boston Red Sox Star David Price and the City of Murfreesboro. Check out the special report from NBC Nightly News below for more information!
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