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We're hitting the greens once again on Tuesday, October 7, at The Hermitage Golf course in support of The Sports Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. At last year’s Inaugural Golf Tournament, more than 100 competitors enjoyed a round of golf filled with laughs and long drives in the scramble format play – all to benefit The Sports Fund’s mission of providing team membership experiences to at-risk youth in the 40 counties of Middle Tennessee.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Giving Card program offers you the opportunity to give a meaningful, unique gift to commemorate memorable life occasions, holidays and more. Like any retail gift card, Giving Cards are purchased and loaded with a value by the buyer and then given for any occasion — as a gift that pays it forward. The person receiving the Giving Card redeems it online to benefit most qualified public charities throughout the U.S.
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.
Rob Bironas was more than a football player. He gave his heart not only on the football field but also through various charitable causes. He founded The Rob Bironas Fund™, a component Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, in 2008 with a desire to raise and distribute support to causes that have children at the center of their missions.