Broad Street United Methodist Church exists to glorify God through our worship, study, gifts, service, and witness so that all may know God’s love through Jesus Christ.
Bradley County Schools is a public school system based in Bradley County, Tennessee. All students living in the county attend these schools, except for those living in Cleveland; students in Cleveland attend schools in the Cleveland City Schools district.
The Community Foundation of Cleveland and Bradley County is a place where generous people from diverse backgrounds come together to make our community a better place.Together with these donors, we fulfill our mission of strengthening our community through philanthropy.
The mission of the United Way of the Ocoee Region is to be a community-based organization that leads the efforts in identifying community needs, facilitating collaboration, and maximizing resources to positively impact our community and surrounding area. Our service area includes Bradley and Polk Counties.
It all started in the 1940’s when the Johnston’s family endowed 400 acres of beautiful wooded property. In the 1980’s, Broad Street United Methodist Church transformed the beautiful property into a retreat and event center. Since then our team has grown the property and it’s programs to enable a life changing impact for those who visit. We believe in loving God and each other in nature.
Friedrich Frobel, a German educator, opened the world's first kindergartens (German for "children's gardens") more than 150 years ago. He believed that young children should spend their time playing in nature and less emphasis should be placed on learning letters and numbers. Today, across Europe, thousands of these outdoor "forest kindergartens" have been established. Children spend their entire class time exploring and learning outdoors year-round.
Bradley Cleveland Community Services Agency (BCCSA) was established in 1976 as a public, non-profit Community Action Agency for Bradley County, Tennessee. BCCSA currently administers 15 programs, manages three 501c3 organizations and employs a staff up to 100 persons.
The Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition (TIRRC) is a statewide, immigrant and refugee-led collaboration whose mission is to empower immigrants and refugees throughout Tennessee to develop a unified voice, defend their rights, and create an atmosphere in which they are recognized as positive contributors to the state.