Magness Potter Community Center
The Salvation Army Magness-Potter Community Center: Coordinates 15 – 20 collaborating private and public social service providers offering a spectrum of essential services – from infant-toddler child care to senior citizen activities – to this community of more than 10,000 people. Target populations are economically disadvantaged families and at-risk youth living in ZIP code 37207. Magness-Potter serves more than 500 families and 2,500 individuals per year.
Second Harvest Food Pantry to any resident in Nashville needing emergency food assistance.
Summer Day Camp: Day Camp is offered to 100 children during the months of June and July. Children have the opportunity to participate in activities such as arts and crafts, outdoor sports and games, dance and life skills learning classes.
Camp Paradise Valley: Each summer the Nashville Salvation Army sends kids to Camp Paradise Valley in Kentucky for a week of fun activities, friendships and learning.
The Red Shield Kids Club After-School Programs: Children and teens participate in group activities, field trips, tutoring and spiritual development. Youth ages 6 to 12 and Teens age 13-17. For more information, call Carlos Lowe at 615-242-0411.
Sports Programs: Football, Basketball, Soccer, Tennis and Cheerleading programs are offered for boys and girls ages 6 to 12. For more information, call Carlos Lowe at 615-242-0411.
Pathway of Hope: A case management program for families looking to break out of generational poverty. The program includes our Life Skills Learning classes that are offered to the community, both children and adults as needed, including GED, work readiness, and personal development. For more information contact James Smith at 615-242-0411.