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In light of the devastating tornadoes that tore through Oklahoma, The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has created this Fund to support affected communities. Gifts of any size are welcome. Grants from the fund will be made to nonprofits addressing needs in the impacted communities.
To donate online, click the link below. To make a gift by check, note in the memo "Oklahoma Tornado Response Fund," and mail to: The Community Foundation, P.O. Box 440225, Nashville, TN, 37244.
ChildcareNashville.com is a one-stop website for child care centers, parents and job-seekers.
An initiative of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, Childcare Nashville’s goal is to ensure the accessibility and sustainability of quality child care programs for our community’s children and families.
The site helps parents and job-seekers find the child care provider that best meets their needs – including a search by age, zip code and more. The program also helps save centers administrative time and money, increase revenue and improve overall program quality.
Click the button below to visit ChildcareNashville.com
The Sports Fund, an initiative of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, announces David Williams II as its advisory board chair.
The Sports Fund is a long-term solution working to prevent a range of issues facing our community's children – by helping give more kids a chance to be part of a team, and to succeed in school and in life.
“The Sports Fund helps ensure that Middle Tennessee children can become part of a team,” said Williams. “I’ve seen first-hand the way athletics can positively shape and often transform a young person’s life. Sports teach discipline and integrity, which has a far-reaching effect on a child’s growth.”
Join our team as we focus on prevention through sports.
The Community Foundation awards more than $1.3 million to Middle Tennessee nonprofits through 2012 discretionary grants
Congratulations to the 273 nonprofits receiving a total of more than $1.3 million through The Community Foundation’s most recent annual grant cycle!
We respect and appreciate the efforts of local nonprofits to offer programs and services meeting the needs of and improving our community.
“The Community Foundation is honored to connect generosity with need through these annual grants and couldn’t have an impact without the accomplished nonprofits offering solutions to our community’s needs and vital services to our neighbors,” said Ellen Lehman, president of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.