1st Quarter 2018 News
2017 Statistics
Men Housed -274
Men Employed - 224
Meals Served - 68,797
Taxes Paid - $151,160.40
Child Support Paid - $33,303.75
Currently
Men Housed - 80
Men Employed - 60
A letter from the Director
Blessings 10 Fold
We started our journey this year striving to expand and extrapolate our program. We've done this by introducing new classes and material to open new doors and lead our students down new avenues.

We start our day with breakfast then dorm clean-up, followed by praise & worship. What a great way to start your day! God has blessed our effort 10 fold.

During our Spring Revival we had over 45 men rededicate their life back to Christ. Those numbers include 4 baptisms and our population has continued to flourish. As we stand today, amazed at God's work, our numbers continue to increase and we are ever excited at seeing God's plan for our future.

God is truly working wonders here in Memphis, including reopening our Ratliff Graduation house. A new roof is in the works and many blessings are on the way!
Pastor Charles Sims
Labor of Love
We are so thankful to have a great abundance of skilled people to help with maintenance, renovations and labor needed to keep Safe Harbor of Memphis at its best.

We are truly blessed with the donations from so many who make these projects possible. Thank you all for your continued support of Safe Harbor!
In the Spotlight
Memphis congratulates Matthew Micintosh for Reliable Employee of the Month for March
Partner of the Quarter - Brimhall Foods
We are blessed to have had a partnership with Brimhall for over a decade. Currently 12 of our participants work at Brims, however we have had several to roll over and continue to work there after completing our program.

Brimhall also blesses Safe Harbor Memphis by donating paper towels and tissue, which is a tremendous help for us. We can't continue without the great partnerships, support and blessings that are given to us from so many.
Student Testimony - Ernest Turner Jr.
My name is Ernest Turner Jr. I arrived at Safe Harbor on February 16, 2018 due to a lifestyle of drug addiction and alcohol. Being introduced to God at an early age, I had strayed badly. I've been incarcerated, homeless and hopeless for extended periods in my life.

Safe Harbor has provided me with structure, Christian principles, helped me to develop morals and establish a financial basis for me to thrive in being a productive member of society.

I only see a great future and am seeking further opportunities in Ministry and helping others overcome a lifestyle in which we can live and not just exist. Thanks to Safe Harbor.
Spring Beautification