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Copyright 2018

180 Youth Outreach, Inc.


Cost Management Philiosophy...

As an organization, we strive to be as cost effective as possible.  It is our goal to provide our outreach ministry services free of charge to all those who participate.  We do have various community fundraising endeavors to cover costs associated with snacks, journals, retreats/conferences, and other supplies associated with community outreach.  Please read below on our latest giving campaign needs.  

How to Volunteer...

If you would like to volunteer with our organization, we have an application and interview process for you to get to know us and us to know you.  Please complete the form here to begin the process.  

How to Contribute...

We strive to keep the outreach support process free of charge to our youth.  Should you feel led to financially contribute to our program, please click on one of the links below.  Any monetary amount will be appreciated. We are a 501(c)3 Public Charity and a Tennessee Non-Profit Corporation


For monetary and non-monetary donations

Giving Campaign...

We would like to share with you a bit about our strategy and roadmap of our future.  Below are the phases of our launch of the program and the financial obligations that will be involved to provide our youth the resources they need at no cost to those who desire treatment.  

  • Phase I (2018) - $25,000

    • Launch of organization.​

    • Aquire insurance and other administrative needs.

    • Seek 2,000 sq ft meeting space (and serve as office space).

    • Purchase materials (bibles, journals, teaching aids, weekly snacks).

  • Phase II (2019) - $50,000​

    • Offer summer camp on overcoming life's hurts, habits, hang-ups.​

    • Assess cost of facility for temporary housing.

    • Staff education.

  • Phase III (2020) - $75,000​

    • Establish multi-meeting sessions of 180 Communities.​

    • Launch two other 180 Outreach Communities outside of Jefferson County, Tennessee.  

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