BedfordIn 1986, Matthew 25 opened in Nashville with one mission—help homeless men who want to help themselves. Each year, nearly 250 homeless men, half of which are US Veterans, come to Matthew 25 to find help, housing and—most importantly—hope. More than a shelter, we create an environment of accountability and hard work, where men lift themselves up, find jobs and homes, reconnect with their families and ultimately change their lives for the better.
Based on a proven model, our services include transitional & progressive housing, job placement and life skills development.

Read our blog, see our stories and take a closer look at how we fight homelessness in Nashville.

Give to us and you're not simply taking someone off the street for one night. You're making a difference by changing the direction of a life.