Thanks to its generous supporters and volunteers, The Women’s Fund has made grants of more than $2.3 million to 150 unique nonprofit organizations supporting women and girls throughout Middle Tennessee.

The following 47 Grantees received a total $241,200 in our 2020-21 discretionary grant cycle.

A Step Ahead Foundation of Middle TennesseeTo enhance the client experience for 300 women accessing free, long-acting reversible contraception.
Advocates for Women's and Kids' Equality (AWAKE) TennesseeTo provide evidence-based education to at-risk youth and women on self-advocacy, leadership, and creating change in their own communities.
AGAPETo provide funds for emergency expenses for domestic violence victims
Ascension Saint Thomas Health FoundationTo bring lifesaving screening mammography to 72 uninsured/underserved women in Bedford, Macon, and Davidson Counties through a mobile mammography outreach.
Bridges of Williamson Co.Our Specific Assistance Program provides direct services to victims of domestic violence who are living in our temporary emergency shelter.
Center of HopeTo provide therapeutic counseling to victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault to heal from trauma
Dancing Through the Curriculum To provide dance training and free academic support to 100+ girls residing in Rutherford County's urban communities.
Domestic Violence ProgramProvide Sexual Assault Forensic Exams and free supportive services assisting adult victims of sexual assault find hope, healing, and recovery.
Doors of Hope, Inc.Our objective is to provide 30 clients with services such as shelter, food, case management and mental health counseling.
Eating Disorders Coalition of Tennessee (DBA "Renewed")To continue to provide life-changing programs and support groups for those who are impacted by eating disorders in our community.
Edgehill Neighborhood PartnershipTo provide leadership development and job skills training for 20 adolescent girls in the Edgehill community.
End Slavery TennesseeTo provide holistic, long-term, trauma-informed, comprehensive aftercare to trafficking victims, aiding them in healing and transforming into survivors.
Galaxy Star Drug Awareness/Nashville PeacemakersTo provide trauma release activities and academic technology training for 10 girls & 10 boys in the NPM youth programs.
Girls on the Run Middle TNGirls on the Run strengthens the social-emotional development of girls while engaging in physical exercise, character, and confidence building.
Girls Write NashvilleGirls Write Nashville Writers Guilds empower teen artists through curriculum-based songwriting, production, mentorship and longterm positive community building.
Haven of Hope, IncTo provide enhanced domestic and sexual violence victim services in undeserved rural counties through case management, counseling, and emergency assistance.
Healing Housing, Inc.To provide 20 new Healing Housing residents with Individualized Healing Plan Resources (IHPR) as they work toward long-term sobriety.
Hope for JusticeOur specialist investigators work closely with law enforcement to achieve the vision of a Tennessee free from human trafficking.
Les Dames D'Escoffier NashvilleA series of three educational presentations and dialogues to help increase diversity, inclusion and equity to the Nashville hospitality industry.
Maury Regional Healthcare FoundationTo bridge the gap for at-risk women battling breast cancer by providing the support and resources needed during treatment.
Mending Hearts, Inc.Provide individual/group therapy to facilitate relapse management and coping strategies for 200 women in recovery in Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
Mother to MotherTo provide essential health and safety items to low income babies and children in rural areas of Middle Tennessee.
Nashville Diaper ConnectionThe "No Child Wet Behind" program provides baby diapers to moms that otherwise might not have them.
Nashville Film FestivalTo pair 15 underserved young women with entertainment professionals to write, record, and film an original song and music video.
Nurses for Newborns of TennesseeTo prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect through home visitation by registered nurses.
Palmer Home Family CareTo provide personal and baby essentials for 20 mothers reentering the community after prison release and/or reunifying with their child.
Rejoice School of BalletRejoice Ballet mentors dancers from all socioeconomic and racial backgrounds through classical ballet instruction and positive youth development programs.
Renewal House, Inc.To provide gender-specific intensive outpatient addiction treatment for 60 women of low income, including specialized pregnant and postpartum women's programming.
Rest Stop Ministries, IncUsing survivor-centered, trauma-informed care, Rest Stop Ministries comprehensively and holistically restores female survivors of domestic sex trafficking
Safe Haven Cheatham Co.Provide abuse survivors confidence, training, financial skills, and clothing to be prepared to interview for jobs to lead to independence.
Sexual Assault CenterTo provide specialized therapy, advocacy, and support to 30 low-income girls and women who have been sexually assaulted.
Southeast Community Capital dba Pathway LendingProvide classes to 400+ entrepreneurs to help strengthen and expand businesses, 24 businesses will receive access to capital.
Starlings NashvilleThe guiding concept of providing leadership opportunities for girls ages 10-18 regardless of their socioeconomic background.
Stepping Stones Safe Haven, IncTo provide case management support to women and children experiencing homelessness, moving them to stability and wholeness.
Tennessee Breast Cancer CoalitionOur program provides individual financial relief to breast cancer patients struggling with medical debt in the state of Tennessee.
Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual ViolenceFunds will assist with providing legal services/referrals to wrap around services for 15 immigrant sexual assault and trafficking survivors.
Tennessee Respite CoalitionTo provide volunteer opportunities, companionship, and support to older adults and their caregivers through a Senior Volunteer Program.
The F.I.N.D. DesignTo build leaders that will inspire systematic change for 75 girls of color through healing circles, mentoring, engagement, and education.
The Hope Station, IncTo provide rental, utility assistance, and mental counseling to single mothers and their minor children in Rutherford and Davidson Counties.
The New Beginnings CenterProvide free and affordable personal training, nutritional education, and wellness tools to women with lower income levels across Davidson County.
The Next DoorTo provide medication-assisted treatment (MAT) services for 60 women with opioid and alcohol use disorders.
The Refuge Center for CounselingTo provide affordable counseling services to female victims of sexual abuse/trauma, including group and individual sessions.
Thistle FarmsTo provide housing, healthcare, and job training to women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
UpRise NashvillePost-graduation coaching for education and career development for UpRise Graduates who have launched careers and are emerging from financial poverty.
Williamson Co. Child Advocacy Center (dba Davis House)To provide pyschoeducational resilience groups for victims and nonoffending caregivers of child abuse
Youth Empowerment through Arts and HumanitiesTo provide enriching experiences that help 525 youth build character and self-esteem through rigorous music education and frank conversation
YWCA Nashville & Middle TennesseeTo provide emergency shelter and wrap-around supportive services to over 200 victims of domestic violence and 150 children.