Amos House is the home of the Mercy Fund which shows mercy in the form of financial assistance to the women, men, and children we work with on a daily basis who are living in extreme poverty, often without housing. The Mercy Fund allows us to have funding for needs like food, clothing, housing assistance, and healthcare that is often difficult or impossible to obtain through the social service system. While we make use of the social services and resources in Nashville, there are many occasions where the needs of a person or family we’re working with can’t be met by existing services, and that is where the Mercy Fund comes in. 100% of every donation goes directly to outreach services.
If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a snapshot of what the Mercy Fund is about, read this article by Jeannie Alexander, published in The Contributor: “The Littlest Bum” or read “Unto Us a Child is Born,” also published in The Contributor.