Our Collaborative Partners

Our Collaborative Partners

MIFA partners with many community organizations, businesses, corporations, and collaborative groups to enhance our services. The support and cooperation of these organizations allows MIFA to maximize its impact, and we are grateful for the work each one does in this community.


Aging Commission of the Mid-South
Corporation for National and Community Service
Tennessee Department of Children's Services
Tennessee Department of Human Services
City of Memphis, Division of Housing and Community Development
Memphis Housing Authority
Memphis Light, Gas, and Water
Memphis Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Shelby County Community Services Agency
Tennessee Department of Transportation
U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development


Booker T. Washington High School
George Washington Carver High School
Knowledge Quest
Leadership Memphis
Seeding Success
Shelby County Schools
University of Memphis Department of Social Work
University of Memphis School of Public Health
University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Community Organizations

Agape Child and Family Services
American Red Cross
Baptist Memorial Health Care
Bateman Senior Meals
Behavioral Health Initiatives
Catholic Charities of West Tennesseee
Church Health Center
Community Alliance for the Homeless
Community Legal Center
Coordinated Response to Elder Abuse (CREA)
Family Safety Center
Hospitality HUB
Jewish Community Center
Memphis Jewish Federation
Meritan, Inc.
Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare
Mid-South Food Bank
Promise Development Corp
Safety Net Collaborative
Women of Reform Judaism, Temple Israel Sisterhood