Donate to Project MMH
While initiating legislative change is critically important, we can’t wait for each state to pass a bill to extend foster care to age 21. These children need help now — and they need a place to live. Experiencing the harsh reality of homelessness first hand is why Jimmy Wayne is dedicated to building homes for these youths.
Funds raised through Project Meet Me Halfway will be used to build Bea’s Home, our first transitional home for girls aging out of the foster care system.
This home is planned for an area in North Carolina where Jimmy once lived in an abandoned trailer. Future homes will also serve transitional boys.
Bea’s Home will provide a safe, nurturing environment as these girls complete the transition from foster care to independence. With a commitment to work and go to school, they will also learn the life skills they need to succeed and thrive.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
Clicking the “Donate” button will take you to the Project Meet Me Halfway portal on the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee website. This foundation serves as the collection hub for a number of different charitable funds, enabling organizations to more effectively manage the donation process. Your generous donation will benefit Project Meet Me Halfway’s initiative in providing transitional housing for youth aging out of the foster care system. Questions about giving? Contact us!
As we get farther along in the home building process, we’ll be looking for materials or in-kind donations — so stay tuned.
Many thanks for your generous support!