This month’s Dollar Club, we spent our time talking with April, an employee of Nashville’s Salvation Army. Nashville’s chapter provides supportive housing to families, single men and single women, a play room for children, and more, in addition to many local initiatives throughout the year.
With the incredible love that he has poured into our church during our season of transition between Senior Pastors, we’re so honored and humbled to present this month’s Dollar Club to Jason Miller and South Bend City Church in Indiana!
Hunter is a teenage boy who suffered a wrestling injury that left him unable to walk. After months of rehabilitation, Hunter and his mom discovered a new form of therapy called Project Walk. A therapy not covered by insurance, his mom has to work around the clock to pay for his rehabilitation. In an effort to do something good together we gave to Hunter, to offer support during this time.
This month’s Dollar Club went to an incredible organization, Room in the Inn. They seek to provide programs that emphasize human development and recovery through education, self-help and work, centered in community and long term support for those who call the streets of Nashville home.
The Husky family lost everything in the fires that recently engulfed the Smoky Mountains. Thanks to your generosity through the Dollar Club, they’ll be having an incredible Christmas this year. Watch the video to see the impact you made with a single dollar, and make sure you check back next month to see how your giving impacted The Dollar Club once again.
The month’s Dollar Club recipient is a single mother who has spent most of the last year in and out of the hospital with her son who has special needs and a chronic heart defect. In his short 8 months of life so far, he’s already been through four open-heart surgeries. Your generosity, in so many ways, is changing lives–and we couldn’t be more thankful.
This month’s Dollar Club went to help a specific group of people in need: those affected by the recent flooding in Louisiana. Your generosity specifically went to Body of Christ Church, a church in Baton Rouge that’s serving those in it’s community and offering relief in every way it can. Thank you for YOUR generosity.
This month’s Dollar Club went to a special family who’s committed to following Christ with steps of big faith, even when the circumstances don’t make sense. Thank you for YOUR generosity and how you’re making a difference in the lives of those around you.
This month, we got the opportunity to help a couple of students from the Teen Dream Center, a place that supports and leads at-risk teens in the area. Because of your generosity, we were able to help Xavier and Antonio, the oldest 2 of 11 children in their family. These two are future leaders who inspire so many as they learn to believe in themselves.
This month, we got the opportunity to partner with the Department of Child Services to build a safe room at our new Cross Point Dickson location. Over the next few months, we will be working to create a space where children can come to feel safe and loved in an environment built specifically for them.
This month’s Dollar Club gave us the opportunity to support and encourage a few parents of children with special needs. Because of your generosity, a party was thrown for the kids while their parents enjoyed a much-deserved night out for Valentine’s Day (plus a few surprises along the way).
This month’s Dollar Club was extra special. We had the privilege of giving to Keon Malone because of your generosity! Keon was caught in the crossfire of a Nashville shooting and his story has impacted many.
This month’s Dollar Club was extra special. We had the privilege of giving to Christina Sanchez because of your generosity. Christina has served a long time with Cross Point and her story has impacted many. This is our way of coming along side her as her family.
This month’s Dollar Club went to a woman who got connected with God Behind Bars while incarcerated. Lisa has an incredible story of hope that began when she met Christ while serving time. Lisa is now ready to start a new life of freedom and with that comes an opportunity to go back to school.
This month, we had the special opportunity of partnering with Make A Wish Foundation, as well as our very own Cross Point Kids! This month’s Dollar Club recipient was a little girl named Chloe who is living with Cystic Fibrosis. Because of your generosity, we were able to make sure that this sweet girl’s wish was granted…she’s going to Disney World!
Here’s the impact each of you made just by giving a dollar…This month’s Dollar Club went to an incredible couple, Nicole and Jason Walker. They held a yard sale to fundraise money to adopt a newborn baby, and because of your generosity, we were able to surprise them with a check to help them get closer to their goal.
This month’s Dollar Club went to not one, but FOUR recipients. We identified some fathers who currently find themselves in a season of need. We surprised each of them live, during the message on Father’s Day.
An energetic and musical 15-year-old, Jessica woke up recently with no feeling in her legs. After being admitted into the hospital and undergoing intensive treatment, she is able to walk and on a journey toward complete recovery.
This month’s Dollar Club recipient was Gavin Maxwell, the son of our previous Dickson Campus pastor, Willie Maxwell. Gavin is a happy and bright 10-year-old who has been sick since birth. He is on the liver transplant list and his family has been raising money for the surgery.
This month we partnered with Sonic Automotive to make the Dollar Club possible. With your generosity, we were able to make Christmas amazing this year for many.
Haywood Elementary School has 800 students, many of whom are coming from desperate situations. These students come to Haywood and receive not only a solid education, but often clothing and two meals a day. The teachers at Haywood Elementary School go above and beyond to make sure their students find a place to learn and belong.
Last week we asked you to partner with us as we initiated the Dollar Club. Now we want to share the impact each of you made. This month’s Dollar Club went to an incredible organization, Swing Higher. They are all about creating fun, but they’re first committed to partnering with God and people in building and supporting community play-spaces for under served children.
Every month we find that when our entire church family participates, a lot can happen! Part of Franklin Community Church’s ministry is the Natchez Street Community Center, where they love on the lower-income community in Franklin. Because of your generosity, we were able to give them over $5,000.