New Hours and Service Changes from Hope For The Inner City

Hope For The Inner City has released COVID-19 operations updates for their facility on Roanoke Avenue. Read more

Free WiFi Hotspot on Glass Street

There is now a temporary and free wifi hot spot on Glass Street directly across from 2523 Glass Street and the playground.  Read more

CALEB is Hiring!

CALEB is growing and looking to fill a new organizer position in the month of March! Details are below. Read more

Working Better Together

Earlier this month a group of more than a dozen organizations and individuals working in East Chattanooga gathered at the Glass House Collective offices for the monthly Good Neighbor Network meeting. Read more

New Glass Farm Food Pantry Provides Nourishment for Body and Soul

Keeping an eye out for one another, noticing what’s needed, and acting on a desire to be the change you want to see. That’s what community work is all about. Read more

‘Stir It Up’ Urbanism Workshop In Glass Farm

In the Fall of 2019 Glass House Collective was selected by Project For Public Spaces to host STIR IT UP, a Glass Farm resident-designed workshop held during the International Placemaking Conference in Chattanooga.

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National Park Service in Glass Farm on MLKDOS

Shout out and heaps of gratitude to the National Park Service for selecting the Pennsylvania Reservation trail in Glass Farm as an MLK Day of Service Project this year. Read more

Mural to Honor Bishop Willie Charles and Claudine Hunter

A generation of quiet and constant community work will receive the tribute it deserves thanks to a new mural project underway Read more

Metropolitan Ministries is Here To Help

Winter months can be an especially rough time to have a financial emergency. For families and individuals in need of emergency financial or food assistance, there are local resources worth checking into. Read more