The Community Foundation received a visit from our new East Tennessee friends from the Smoky Mountain Area Rescue Ministries (SMARM). SMARM executive director, Dick Wellons traveled to Nashville with board members and two beautifully framed limited edition prints of original artwork painted by Smoky Mountain artists.
The Community Foundation is pleased to announce grants to 121 Tennessee organizations as part of a one-time Serving Tennessee’s Seniors grant opportunity. Funding of Serving Tennessee’s Seniors was provided by the Chancery Court and administered by The Community Foundation through the settlement of a lawsuit initiated by Tennessee Attorney General Bob Cooper.
The Nashville that The Community Foundation grew up in is not the Nashville we live in today. Similarly, the 42 counties that surround us and are part of our footprint of “connecting generosity with need” have changed and have grown dramatically as well.
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