'It also holds the record as the most-tweeted scripted series telecast of all time, it has generated the highest average number of tweets per episode (675,000) of any TV series during the 2013-2014 broadcast season, and has the most Instagram followers of all scripted TV series,' reported the website.Re-New at YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee was founded in 2010 to help women who are moving from safety to self-sufficiency create a real HOME for themselves and their families.Re-New furnishes the apartments of some of the women and children who are participating in YWCA's Transitional Housing Program.
Re-New at YWCA is a completely volunteer-run program.
In addition to furniture donations, dedicated volunteers provide a pantry full of food and stock refrigerator staples prior to the move-in date at each Re-New apartment.
Our partner Perenity provides fresh flowers for each home on move-in day.
You may contact Cheryl Hays at [email protected] more information on how to donate or volunteer with Re-New at YWCA.
We’re providing a step up and fresh start to these women. Shea, Davis and Hays were amazed by the outpouring of generosity from the Nashville community.
While the city was still very much in flood recovery mode following the historic Flood of 2010, Nashvillians stepped up to kick start the Re-New program.
Davis’ trip to Africa was truly a fateful journey, and it has ultimately allowed many other women to embark on new journeys of change and hope.
“Re-New empowers women in our community by giving them a home and a new beginning,” remarked Shea.
Click here to view a list of items needed for Re-New at YWCA.
After a mission trip to Africa in 2010 to help orphans, Nashville interior designer Julie Davis knew that the “design bubble world” she had been living in was forever changed.
When she crossed paths with Patricia Glaser Shea, President & CEO of YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee, the two formed a powerful partnership and the plans for a program to reuse furniture to renew hope.