2014 Discretionary Grant Application Available
On August 15, The Brooks Fund of The Community Foundation - a philanthropic fund focused on the inclusion, acceptance and recognition of Middle Tennessee's GLBT community - celebrates a decade of Wanderlust and it’s partner, the travel raffle.
An advance general admission or VIP ticket purchase to this year’s Wanderlust party, Bon Voyage, automatically enters patrons into the last travel raffle hosted by The Brooks Fund featuring a prize worthy for any jet-setter.
He’s IT. He’s the IT mayor for the IT city.
He’s also the 2014 Joe Kraft Humanitarian Award Recipient. The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee will honor Mayor Karl Dean on Thursday, November 13 at the Music City Center in Downtown Nashville. The award is given annually to individuals who, like Joe, have made life better for others through hard work, bold dedication to service and strong faith in the human spirit.
Looking for the best way to close out your summer fun? We encourage you to utilize the extensive arts and entertainment calendar of The Community Foundation’s online initiative, NowPlayingNashville.com. Jam-packed with options for the entertainment seeker, NowPlayingNashville.com covers a variety of interests including visual and performing arts, live music, sports, free events, fundraisers, festivals and more.
Here at The Community Foundation, it’s important for us to remain “in the know” when
it comes to what is going on in Middle Tennessee. We utilize the power of social media as
an important resource to stay up-to-date in real time. Not only does CFMT have a presence
on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Google+, and YouTube, our community
initiatives also leave their digital footprint throughout the web.