Elizabethton, Tenn. – Isaiah 117 House, a Tennessee-based organization that cares for children awaiting foster placement, broke ground on their Sevier County house the morning of Friday, April 16th, marking the beginning of the construction phase with plans to have the house finished in just a few months. The event featured several local speakers as well as Isaiah 117 House officials and dozens of Isaiah 117 house supporters.
“We are so grateful to this community for coming alongside to bring us one step closer to making this dream a reality for Sevier County,” said Ronda Paulson, founder, and executive director of Isaiah 117 House. “We encourage everyone – whether you have been in prayer for this project, plan to help out, or have given financially – to be a part of this milestone in the journey of Isaiah 117 House Sevier County.”
For more information, please visit facebook.com/isaiah117houseseviercounty or
contact Mallory Griffin or April Gillispie.
About Isaiah 117 House
Isaiah 117 House is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that provides physical and emotional support in a safe and loving home for children awaiting foster care placement. Currently, when a child is removed in a county without an Isaiah 117 House, the child must wait in the child welfare services office. The child is often dirty, hungry, tired, scared, and unable to bring any personal possessions. Isaiah 117 House allows for that same child to never go to an office, but rather a home with loving volunteers to care for them. Isaiah 117 House provides for that child’s needs, whatever they may be, in these critical moments
between removal and placement. Isaiah 117 House has locations in Tennessee, Indiana, Virginia, and Florida. To learn more about Isaiah 117 House, visit www.isaiah117house.com.