Our purpose is simple: to be a trusted resource that provides health and early education resources that positively impacts the lives of children and families. But we know solving problems in the community is anything but simple. That’s why we use a variety of tools to combat the loneliness, violence, and health disparities facing our neighbors. This multi-faceted, holistic approach has made us a trusted resource.

We serve in two main areas: health and education. To learn more about our health initiatives, visit our Community Health page. There you will find information about our wellness center.

To learn more about our education efforts, visit our Learning Academy page, which introduces you to our childcare center and school.

Community empowerment is a team effort, and volunteers enable so much of Purpose Point’s work. To learn more about volunteer opportunities, click here.


Meet our Board

Lurone Jennings II
Walter Hitchcock
Roger Helle
Lorraine Miller

Ternae Jordan Sr.
Jonas Barriere
Amy Boulware
Timothy Scotton
Lucia Cook

Ken Stripling
Andrew Thompson
Gregory Williamson
Hal Bowling

Our Community Partners

Southern University
Life Spring Community Health
TCCN (TN Charitable Care Network)
NAFC (National Association Free Charitable Clinics)

Area Agency on Aging and Disability (AAAD)
UT Extension
Glass House Collective
American Heart Association