Clarksville, TN – If you were to walk down the street and ask every person you saw what their dream was, they would have something to tell you. No matter how big or small, everyone has a dream.
For Kenny York, Founder and CEO of Manna Café, that dream has been a community of people who share the same mission: to meet the needs of homeless and low-income families in Montgomery County. After many years of waiting, that dream will finally become a reality.
On Friday, July 27th, 2018 at 10:00am, Manna Café closed on the property for what will now be known as The Manna Village. This property is a 44,000 square-foot complex consisting of four buildings.
The Manna Village will be a community of like-minded people and agencies who are committed to restoring the lives of those who need to get back on their feet. So not only will Manna Café have one location to meet the needs of homeless and low-income families, but space for other ministries and organizations to meet those same needs.
In order for The Manna Village to operate and be successful, it is going to take a lot of people. There are three ways to be a part of the Manna Village.
First, you can text to give. Text “Village” to 931.542.4772 and fill out a one-time registration. Second, you can donate online at www.themannavillage.com with a one-time gift or set up a recurring gift. Last, you can make checks payable to Manna Café Ministries. Just write “Village Campaign” in the memo.
For more information on the Manna Village, go to www.themannavillage.com
Manna Café Ministries is a faith-based organization devoted to meeting the needs of homeless and low-income families in Montgomery County. Each year, Manna Café provides food boxes and hot meals to 20,000 local residents.