Creative, Community, Conversation
Nollie Jenkins Family Center
NJFC’s mission is to empower the citizens of Holmes County. We work to accomplish this by developing and supporting grassroots leaders, community organizers, parents, students, and members of the African American community, as well as community-based organizations in ways that ensure they have the necessary tools/skills of community organizing, advocacy, and activism to increase family engagement, build for meaningful social change, effectively impact local and state policy, family and governance structures, and build stronger/sustainable organizations and communities.
Our mission is to ensure an equal voice for traditionally silenced communities. When One Voice’s work is done, we envision a Mississippi with a healthy vibrant thriving neighborhoods, schools, economy, and most importantly families.
Fannie Lou Hamer Center for Change
The Fannie Lou Hamer Center focus on Community Development, Community Reform, Education Development, Education Reform, Strategic Planning & bridging disparities in race.
Families as Allies
Our mission is to make sure that families are partners in their children’s care. Established in 1990, Families as Allies is the only statewide organization run by and for families of children with behavioral health challenges.
We support each other and work together to make things better for our children.
Activists with A Purpose
We see every challenge as an opportunity, and this initiative helps us ensure that our partners are better prepared to manage the unique situations they find themselves in. We are invested in an innovative approach that empowers our community and delivers the support they need, when they need it.
Tennesseans for Non Violent School Discipline
Tennesseans for Nonviolent School Discipline, formerly known as Tennesseans Against Paddling, was formed in 1988 by a group of concerned parents and professionals who gathered to discuss the practice of corporal punishment in Tennessee Schools. The organization was incorporated in February of 1993. In the year 2000, we changed the name to Tennesseans for Nonviolent School Discipline (TNVSD)and recommitted ourselves to strive even more ardently to achieve our goals. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) member organization with over 100 members across the state of Tennessee.