A Message from Board Member, Shannon Kee

Being a part of Fayette Cares became important to me when we moved our business and residence to Fayette County and immediately witnessed the impact the organization brings to fighting homelessness, domestic violence, and financial crisis in this community. I was inspired to support these efforts both personally and through my local business because Fayette […]

Tammy and her son at Fayette Cares' Shelter

A Letter to YOU

My name is Tamara Davis. Today I am a Fayette Cares executive board member but I was once a client. I had no home, no job, and nowhere to turn. My son’s father had abandoned us. When a friend told me about Fayette Cares, my pride said “I’m not going to some dirty shelter.” But […]


Share Your  Experience

Maybe you volunteer regularly at the thrift shop or once helped at the plant sale or gala.  Perhaps you or someone you know received emergency food, shelter, or came to a support group meeting. Share your experience!  Tell us why Fayette Cares is important to you, what inspired your first gift, what you love about […]

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A message from Executive Board Member Percie Stong-Jenkins

I am so proud to be a board member and advocate for Fayette Cares. Unfortunately, domestic violence can occur at all levels of society, no matter the person’s race, economic status or sexual orientation.  Although women are disproportionately victimized, men can also be victims of abuse. Recent statistics indicate: Tennessee is ranked 4th worst state […]

2017 #Giving Tuesday Stacked


Black Friday and Cyber Monday are widely recognized holiday shopping events.  But the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, #GivingTuesday, is a global day of giving that transforms how people participate in the giving season. This November 28th we are encouraged to dedicate time to personal philanthropy and charitable giving.  Whether you come together with your family, your […]


A message from Executive Board Vice President David Crislip

Domestic violence exists in every culture in our worldwide community. It affects all sectors of our society including rich, poor, educated and uneducated. Defeating this terrible societal ill requires awareness, resources, safe harbors, and education for the abused, the abuser and the entire family or support system. Children born in an abusive environment are more […]