East Nashville Hope Exchange is a not-for-profit organization with the mission of strengthening literacy of at-risk children in East Nashville. ENHE provides a supportive, structured and safe environment where children can learn and have fun. We work with children from schools in the Stratford and Maplewood clusters.
East Nashville Hope Exchange is headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, and began as a community outreach program of St. Ann’s Episcopal Church. In 2010, it became an independent 501(c)(3) organization.
To improve literacy of at-risk children in East Nashville.
Reading for life.
Our Core Values:
We are passionately committed to:
To learn more, please email us or call 615.254.3534.
ENHE Board of Directors member Gracie Porter (former teacher, librarian, principal, Metropolitan Nashville Board of Education vice-chair and chair, and MTSU adjunct professor in Elementary and Special Education) on why she serves ENHE:
I care about ENHE because it focuses on the whole family. It is supportive and inclusive no matter how great the need.