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About

Burnout and high staff turnover are all too common within nonprofits and churches. We believe there is a better way.

Day 7 provides curated and affordable self-care resources to help nonprofit and ministry staff thrive in their roles.

 

We offer a range of programs to support your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being.

When you invest in your self-care, you will not only become a healthier person. You will find more satisfaction in your career and your life.

OUR MISSION

Day 7 provides nonprofit and ministry staff with self-care resources in order to: alleviate burnout, promote individual and organizational health, and support a more effective and sustainable service community at large.

Workshops

WHO WE SERVE

WHO WE ARE

Leadership

Candace Surface

Executive Director

Tanatswa Tavaziva

Data & Communications Director

Kendal Beard

Outreach Director

Board of Directors

Seany Denson
Day 7 Board Chair

Founder, The Parent Power

Paideia Instructor
at King's Academy

Andrew Thorp

Meter

Software Engineer

Natalie DuBoise

Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt Owen Board Fellow

Candace Surface

Day 7

Executive Director

Tom Tyndall

Transitions Pastor

Advisory Board

Ali Gallagher

Bass, Berry & Sims PLC

Associate Attorney

Angie Li

Asurion

Senior Product Design Manager

Kristen Salaman

Blankenship CPA Group, PLLC

Manager

Louis M. Torchio

Vanderbilt University

Owen MBA Intern

OUR HISTORY

In 2004, Marsha Crownover discovered the world of life and executive coaching and the immerse value a coach can provide to someone as they process the challenges of personal and professional life. Coming from her own professional background in counseling, she knew that days could be grueling and executive coaching and the immerse value a coach can provide to someone as they process the challenges of personal and professional life. She observed that individuals in helping professions may be the ones who could benefit the most from having a coach. However, Martha saw a gap and noticed that coaching was not always accessible to those within the nonprofit sector. Coaching is expensive and something not everyone has the luxury of pursing. Coach Approach, Inc. was founded with the mission to fill this gap and provide affordable life and executive coaching to those in nonprofit helping professions.

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OUR COMMUNITY SPONSORS

The Frist Foundation

Interstate AC

Freeman Webb

The Community Foundation

Richards & Richards

CMI Equipment Sales, Inc.

The Center for Living & Learning

TESTIMONIALS

"The Day 7 stipend has been huge for my family. As a 4 person family with only a teacher and non-profit salary, our budget is tight. With the stipend covering my monthly gym membership, my family's monthly expenses have gone down without my physical fitness suffering and without having any personal guilt about having a membership at all. Physical fitness is the main way that I manage stress as well as an hour that I allow myself to mentally take a break from anything else going on, so it keeps me both physically and mentally healthier."

Self-Care Plan Participant

"Day 7 has transformed how I as a leader am able to care for my staff. Nonprofits are notorious for burnout, lack of boundaries and high turnover. I have always vowed not to let this happen to me or my team and Day 7's strategic method of encouraging our staff to take care of themselves has helped us not only provide options but more had helped us create a culture of self care."

Self-Care Plan Participant

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