• Welcome To Project Reflect

    February Letter From Our Executive Director:
    February is Black History Month and as we celebrate the African American icons and trailblazers in the world who came before us, it only seems fitting to me to recognize a trailblazer who we still are blessed to have among us. Sister Sandra was a lobbyist in the 90's and worked to reform education through the expansion of increased school options for parents.
  • Our 2016 Community Collaborations

    Music City Youth Orchestra http://musiccityyo.org/ Project Reflect has been chosen by MCYO to participate in the newly-realized El Sistema program which will provide students with an opportunity to participate in musical education, learning basic music theory and performance. Belmont University Department of Social Work http://www.belmont.edu/socwork/ Project Reflect’s collaboration with Belmont University’s Department of Social Work provides access to important research that helps us design, evaluate, and strengthen the programs we offer. Social work students also earn credit for classes through volunteer work and internships with Project Reflect, SCA, and PREP. Catholic Heart Work Camp http://heartworkcamp.com/ A long-time collaboration with CHWC provides two weeks of amazing teen labor each summer. Students help with campus clean up, painting, moving, and more. Their hard work creates many new opportunities for the programs of Project Reflect and saves thousands of dollars in paid labor. Hands on Nashville http://www.hon.org/ Project Reflect’s collaboration with Hands on Nashville provides access to hundreds of volunteers each year through both ...
  • Community Connection: The Undercover Project

    The Undercover Project, led by Stephanie Keller has a mission to provide men, women and children of the Greater Middle Tennessee area with needed undergarments.
  • Welcome To Project Reflect

    February Letter From Our Executive Director:
    February is Black History Month and as we celebrate the African American icons and trailblazers in the world who came before us, it only seems fitting to me to recognize a trailblazer who we still are blessed to have among us. Sister Sandra was a lobbyist in the 90's and worked to reform education through the expansion of increased school options for parents.

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Sister Sandra Featured on Channel 2 News

Our very own hero Sister Sandra will be recognized on Channel 2 News today at 4pm during their Heroes of Tennessee award for Black History Month.

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