The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is thrilled to announce $2,397,870 in grants to 365 local nonprofit organizations as part of the 2019 annual grantmaking process.

 

The grants will benefit nonprofits in 28 area counties: Bedford, Cannon, Cheatham, Coffee, Cumberland, Davidson, DeKalb, Dickson, Franklin, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lincoln, Macon, Maury, Montgomery, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Rutherford, Smith, Stewart, Sumner, Warren, White, Williamson and Wilson counties.

The top three awards categories were: Arts and Humanities (18 percent), Human Services-Children (15 percent of the grants), and Education (14 percent).

“The Community Foundation is honored to connect generosity with need through these annual grants and through other avenues throughout the year, but we couldn’t have the impact we do without the many 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. “Thanks to the generous support of our donors, and the work of dedicated and talented nonprofits, we are able to fund solutions which address Middle Tennessee’s emerging needs and opportunities.”

The Community Foundation awards discretionary grants annually from its unrestricted and field-of-interest funds to Middle Tennessee nonprofits. Grants are awarded through an open application process for organizations addressing community needs and benefiting the well-being of citizens through valuable programs and innovative services.


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CountyOrganizationGrant Description
BedfordCaregiver Relief Program of Bedford CountyTo provide $100 monthly for respite care reimbursement 15 Alzheimer's families & provide the Music & Memory program to families.
BedfordCommunity Clinic of Shelbyville & Bedford CountyTo provide blood pressure monitors for 50 diabetic and hypertensive patients to maintain normal blood pressure levels.
BedfordMiddle Tennessee Spay and Neuter Clinic IncTo reduce the feline overpopulation in Middle Tennessee counties by providing free spay/neuter surgeries for 400 community and feral cats.
BedfordThe Center for Family DevelopmentTo provide educational and enrichment groups for 100 youth and teens enrolled in the South Central Relative Caregiver Program.
CannonCannon County Senior CenterTo provide handicap accessibility to clean and filtered water for seniors, to improve health and hydration while sustaining the environment.
CannonCASA of Cannon CountyThe mission of CASA of Cannon County Tennessee is to recruit, train, and support volunteers to represent, advocate for children.
CheathamArk Community Resource and Assistance CenterTo provide a weekly food pantry to approximately 400 individuals per month.
CheathamCheatham County Animal Awareness FoundationLow cost spay neuter program for companion animals of low-income Cheatham County residents.
CheathamCheatham County Soccer AssociationThe purpose shall be to develop, promote, advance, and administer the sport of soccer among youth players
CheathamPegram Elementary SchoolTo provide enriching art experiences for elementary school students in an underfunded, rural school district.
CoffeeBel-Aire Elementary SchoolProviding job skills training and experience to approximately 60 fifth grade students.
CoffeeCASA Works, Inc.To provide recordable and sharable books for parents to read to their children while they are not in parents custody.
CoffeeCitizens for Homeless Relief, Inc.To provide temporary shelter, clothes, food and basic needs for the homeless.
CoffeeCity of ManchesterRehabilitation of abandoned African American school site into a park in a low income neighborhood.
CoffeeCity of Tullahoma Animal ShelterThe Tullahoma Animal Shelter is seeking 5000 dollars to help provide emergency care to dogs that enter the shelter.
CoffeeCoffee County Children's Advocacy CenterTo provide child abuse awareness and prevention education workshops and activities for 1,750 children and 225 adults.
CoffeeCoffee County Humane SocietyTo provide financial assistance to low income families for veterinary care when their pet has a severe injury or illness
CoffeeCoffee County Imagination LibraryTo provide one high quality, age appropriate, Imagination Library book each month to 500 children birth-5 in Coffee County.
CoffeeCoffee County Schools Family Resource CenterTo become come a fully inclusive Trauma-Informed School District.
CoffeeCollege Street ElementaryProvide interventional read and ride lab with stationary bike/desks for students at College Elementary.
CoffeeDeerfield ElementaryTo provide food for our Deerfield Backpack Program, coats, shoes, and school supplies for Deerfield Students in need.
CoffeeEast Lincoln Elementary SchoolTo provide our Students of poverty attending East Lincoln Elementary School with basic essentials to meet their individual needs.
CoffeeEast Middle SchoolEast Middle School proposes to offer a program which will help meet the basic needs of economically disadvantaged students.
CoffeeHaven of HopeTo provide enhanced domestic and sexual violence victim services in under-served rural counties through case management, counseling, and client assistance
CoffeeHospice of the Highland Rim Foundation, Inc.To meet unmet need, reduce financial stress and improve quality of life during patient's final days on hospice.
CoffeePartners for Healing, IncTo improve the health of patients by providing on-site, low-cost
laboratory testing.
CoffeeRobert E. Lee ElementaryAllow students the opportunity to attend BizTown.
CoffeeSportsmen and Professional Men of Coffee County Inc.To provide basic need services and items -- vision, dental, healthcare, hygiene, clothing, shoes, and food services for children.
CoffeeTullahoma City SchoolsTo provide students and teachers mindfulness resource boxes to aid students in reducing anxiety and improving focus.
CoffeeTullahoma Day Care CenterTo provide 30 students of poverty and a parent with an enrichment experience by visiting the Tennessee Aquarium, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
CoffeeWestwood ElementaryProvide interventional read and ride lab with stationary bike/desks for students at Westwood Elementary.
CumberlandArt Guild at Fairfield GladeTo provide art classes at Fair Park Senior Center in Crossville, TN and Good Samaritan Society, in FG, TN.
CumberlandWags and Whiskers Pet Rescue, Inc.To provide financial assistance for spay/neuter of community dogs and cats
DavidsonA Step Ahead Foundation of Middle Tennessee Inc.To provide free long-acting reversible contraception to 120 mothers age 28 and younger by partnering with local health clinics.
DavidsonabrasiveMedia, Inc.A touring theatrical production that helps students prevent bullying, violence, and sexual assault in Middle TN high schools.
DavidsonActors Bridge Ensemble Theater of Nashville IncTo create a professional training program for emerging theater directors of color to be employed by all local theater companies.
DavidsonAdventure Science Center NashvilleSupport Adventure Science Center's Science in Motion outreach programming, reaching over 12,000 people in Middle Tennessee.
DavidsonAdvocates for Women's and Kids' Equality (AWAKE) Inc.Our goal is to teach 500 women and children to be self-advocates so they advocate for change in their communities.
DavidsonAgape Animal RescueTo provide spay or neuter surgeries to 100 abandoned dogs to prepare them for permanent adoption.
DavidsonAGAPE/Association for Guidance Aid Placement & EmpathyTo provide emergency funds for domestic violence victims who need gas cards, bus passes, prescription drugs, dental work, eyeglasses, etc.
DavidsonALIAS Chamber EnsembleTo fund the ALIAS in the Community program (AIC), which brings classical music and educational programming into schools/community organizations.
DavidsonALS Association-Tennessee ChapterEquipment and communication devices loaned to clients in need due to impaired/absent mobility or ability to speak.
DavidsonAmputee Blade RunnersTo provide free sports prosthetics and support services to 11 lower-limb amputee children seeking to engage in an active lifestyle.
DavidsonAndrew Jackson FoundationImmediate masonry repairs are needed at Tulip Grove Mansion, a historically significant home owned by the Andrew Jackson Foundation.
DavidsonAphesis House, Inc.To provide emergency support for 22 ex-offenders returning to the community and assist them on their crime-free path to self-sufficiency.
DavidsonArc of Davidson County & Greater NashvillePromote, protect and advocate for the right of people with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities to live self-determined, meaningful lives in inclusive communities.
DavidsonArts & Business Council of Greater NashvilleTo enhance education offerings which provide artists and creative organizations with critical entrepreneurial skills needed to build thriving, sustainable businesses.
DavidsonASMT, Inc. (Autism Tennessee)To provide Middle Tennessee agencies and parent groups with the latest in Autism-specific, evidence-based consulting/training services delivered by licensed/qualified professionals.
DavidsonAssistance League of NashvilleTo purchase long sleeve tee shirts for 2,000 economically disadvantaged elementary students attending Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS).
DavidsonBackfield in MotionProviding literacy, tutoring, and remedial programs for 200 male elementary, middle, and high school students afterschool, focusing on Bellshire Elementary.
DavidsonBegin Anew of Middle TennesseeExpand programming offering ESL classes for Madison site and implement organization-wide volunteer forum providing feedback, training and best practice sharing
DavidsonBELL Garden Bellevue Middle School Edible Learning LabTo install an irrigation system to conserve water and resources, cut labor costs, improve garden output and enhance existing programs.
DavidsonBethlehem Centers of NashvilleTo provide produce monthly to 39 Seniors participating in the Active Seniors Club, as well as meals at session activities.
DavidsonBetter DecisionsTo provide decision-making training and mentoring to 30-50 adult females incarcerated in Nashville, soon to be released or paroled.
DavidsonBig Brothers Big Sisters of Middle TennesseeTo provide one-to-one mentoring relationships to 300 or more children of prisoners through the Amachi program.
DavidsonBook'emThis proposal will allow economically disadvantaged youth to engage with local children's book writers and illustrators and own their books.
DavidsonBoys and Girls Clubs of Middle TennesseeBoys & Girls Clubs' SMART Girls program allows adolescent girls to build healthy attitudes and skills for adulthood.
DavidsonBridges for the Deaf and Hard of HearingEncourage ASL and English language acquisition for at least 17 Deaf or hard of hearing students through language-focused afterschool program.
DavidsonBuilding Lives FoundationTo provide housing and rehabilitation to 17 veterans suffering from or at-risk of homelessness due to addiction or mental illness.
DavidsonCatholic Charities of TennesseeThe Living At Home program for low income Nashville seniors innovatively addresses client aging-in-place needs, including prescription co-pays, and transportation.
DavidsonCentennial Park ConservancyTo support free 2020 artist performances at Musicians Corner's family-friendly concert series in Centennial Park.
DavidsonCenterstone Foundation, Inc.Continuing a therapeutic support group focused on suicide prevention with the goal of helping 32 to 40 individuals this year.
DavidsonchatterbirdTo fund outreach events and one free community performance by chatterbird.
DavidsonCheekwoodDestination Cheekwood provides enriching, multi-generational outings, with all expenses covered, for low-income Tennessee students and their family members.
DavidsonChristian Cooperative MinistryProvide healthy food, water and hygiene products to an average of 350 homeless people monthly.
DavidsonCommunities In Schools of TennesseeTo support at-risk MNPS students in poverty, providing effective case management to help them stay in school and graduate on-time.
DavidsonCommunity Care Fellowship
DavidsonConexion AmericasTo provide microentreneurship training to 220 Latino immigrant adults.
DavidsonCouncil on Aging of Greater NashvilleTo launch an intergenerational, home sharing program for 20 older adults and graduate students as an affordable housing solution.
DavidsonCountry Music FoundationWords & Music is a curriculum-based lyric-writing program that creates opportunities for teachers and students to collaborate with Nashville songwriters.
DavidsonCreatiVetsTo prevent suicide, CreatiVets offers combat veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress and other injuries access to art and music programs.
DavidsonCrossroads CampusTo increase the employability of the young people in our workforce development program by providing additional training opportunities.
DavidsonCumberland River CompactTo provide 15 Antioch Middle School teachers with training and educational resources to supplement their environmental sciences and engineering curriculum.
DavidsonDancing Through the Curriculum (DTC)To provide character development and dance class sessions to 90 minority girls residing in low income communities in Southeast Nashville.
DavidsonDisability Rights TennesseeTo remove language barriers for Davidson County's Spanish speaking students with disabilities by translating access materials and advocacy services.
DavidsonDismas, Inc.To provide high quality, comprehensive dental care to 50 men who have been formerly incarcerated
DavidsonEast Nashville Hope Exchange, Inc.To provide literacy programming to students grades K-4 and their families, thereby reducing the literacy gap in East Nashville.
DavidsonEdgehill Neighborhood PartnershipTo meet immediate needs and provide a meal for those who aren't able to access goods through government assistance programs.
DavidsonEmpower TennesseeTo provide life skills training to at least 100 youth with disabilities in preparation for life after high school
DavidsonEnd Slavery TennesseeTo provide intensive and full spectrum aftercare services for 96 human trafficking survivors who live in our safe house.
DavidsonEPIC Girl Inc.To use screening and case management to recruit, retain and link 200 girls in detention to EPIC Girl's programs.
DavidsonF.I.N.D. DesignTo provide services for 75 at-risk girls that use participatory theater to reduce violence and risky behaviors while building resilience.
DavidsonFaith Family Medical CenterTo provide 80 comprehensive, quality, primary health care visits to women in Davidson County who are uninsured or underinsured
DavidsonFamily and Children's ServiceThe Relative Caregiver Program provides support to relatives caring for children of parents unable or unwilling to care for them.
DavidsonFamily Foundation FundTo support the long-term success of underserved youth through educational opportunities, mentorship, agricultural training, health/nutrition, volunteerism and meaningful internships
DavidsonFirst Steps, Inc. To provide nursing expertise to support services to children with special health needs in our child development center.
DavidsonFree for Life InternationalTo equip community members in Middle Tennessee with knowledge about how to identify potential human trafficking situations and respond appropriately.
DavidsonFriends LifeAdvocacy Through the Arts: an arts education program for adults with special needs.
DavidsonFriendship HouseTo provide support, counsel, and recovery for alcoholic and drug addicted women, to help them and their children.
DavidsonFrist Art MuseumTo provide opportunities for Middle Tennessee youth to engage in community, learn leadership skills, and develop creativity through teen programs.
DavidsonGalaxy Star Drug Awareness/Nashville PeacemakersCertified swim instructor will provide 12 weeks of intermediate-level lessons to 10 girls, ages 11-15, who have completed a beginner
DavidsonGilda's Club Middle TennesseeTo provide health support and build community amongst those impacted by cancer in Middle Tennessee, ensuring we face cancer together.
DavidsonGirl Scouts of Middle Tennessee, Inc.To provide an authentic and comprehensive Girl Scout experience for homeless girls and girs in unstable housingl in Davidson County.
DavidsonGirls on the Run of Middle TennesseeTo provide 113 girls from low income families the opportunity to
participate in a life changing research-based character development
program.
DavidsonGlobal Education CenterTo provide family arts experiences for families of youth involved in the juvenile court system to keep them connected
DavidsonGoodwill Industries of Middle TN, Inc.To provide tools and boots for 50 construction graduates who have completed construction training and certification and are entering employment.
DavidsonHarvest Hands CDCTo expand STEM education in after school programming to bridge the STEM gap among minority students and increase employment skills.
DavidsonHomework HotlineProvide 2,500 free, one-on-one tutoring sessions to 925 students or parents/guardians from the 40 counties that Community Foundation supports.
DavidsonHope Clinic for WomenProvide 100 homeless women with health education, pregnancy testing, medical exams, STD screening, free medications.
DavidsonHumanities TennesseeTo provide Middle Tennessee public school students with a program that encourages and supports reading and literacy.
DavidsonInterfaith Dental ClinicDelivering Healthy Smiles provides oral healthcare treatment for low income pregnant mothers and their babies through year one.
DavidsonIntersectionA project featuring works by Florence Price and Nkeiru Okoye to promote diversity and engagement through contemporary classical music.
DavidsonJewish Family Service of Nashville and Middle TN, Inc.Operating support for conducting adoption home studies, assisting with child placement and conducting post-placement supervision visits for the GLBTQ community
DavidsonJunior Achievement of Middle TennesseeTo prepare and inspire Metro Schools elementary students with skills to lead healthy financial lives.
DavidsonJustice IndustriesTo promote and train quality staff to higher management and customer service roles within our Just.Glass initiative.
DavidsonKing's Daughters Day HomeTo cultivate developmentally appropriate skills within 85 children (age 2 months to 5 years) of diverse socio-economic backgrounds.
DavidsonLegacy MissionVillageTo provide partial funding for our Journey After School Program for newly arrived refugee high school students.
DavidsonLegal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the CumberlandsTo provide educational information to organizations on free legal services for older adults.
DavidsonLETS PlayLanguage Education Through Sports Play builds language skills and confidence for students through sports while establishing lasting partnerships with schools.
DavidsonLutheran Services in Tennessee, Inc./InspiritusTo provide community art-based workshops for 150 youth living in at-risk communities during school breaks and after school.
DavidsonMatthew Walker Health Center, IncMWCHC provides medical, dental, behavioral health and other clinical services to the uninsured of Davidson, Montgomery and Rutherford counties.
DavidsonMcNeilly Center for ChildrenTo provide enrichment activities and in-house field trips for the 250 low-income children served at McNeilly Centers.
DavidsonMDHA Housing Trust CorporationTo train 20 low-level maintenance workers through a customized six-month program to empower them with new skills for advancement.
DavidsonMeharry Medical CollegeTo provide free, high quality healthcare to the underserved of Nashville and train the next generation of healthcare providers.
DavidsonMending Hearts, Inc.Provide individual/group therapy and skill building for 96 indigent women in recovery in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
DavidsonMental Health Association of Middle TennesseeTo provide Emotional Backpacks containing ESL books and basic school supplies for Spanish-speaking unaccompanied refugee minors resettled in Middle Tennessee.
DavidsonMetro Nashville Chorus / Sweet Adelines InternationalShare the joy of 4-part a cappella harmony in the barbershop style
with young women in Middle Tennessee.
DavidsonMid-Cumberland Human Resource AgencyProvide 2,578 meals to senior citizens who have suffered neglect or self-neglect in Dickson and Cheatham Counties.
DavidsonMonroe Harding Inc.Providing evidence-based workforce development programming for 50 "Opportunity Youth", ages 16-26, to gain employment that pays a living wage.
DavidsonMother to Mother, Inc.To provide essential health and safety items for low-income children and infants living in rural areas of Middle Tennessee.
DavidsonMusic for SeniorsTo facilitate 250 live music Outreach programs with under-resourced seniors, including enhanced “Music Making Outreach Sessions” to increase/deepen participant engagement.
DavidsonMusicians On CallTo deliver live bedside music performances to 1,700 Veterans receiving treatment at two VA hospitals in Nashville and Murfreesboro.
DavidsonMy Father's WarThrough performances/workshops: help veterans heal from PTSD and moral injuries and inspire others' understanding of war's individual and cultural consequences.
DavidsonNAMI TennesseeProvide 50 Ending the Silence Peer taught mental health /suicide prevention presentations to 1000 students
DavidsonNashville Adult Literacy Council, Inc.To teach reading, writing, and English-speaking skills to adults in Nashville.
DavidsonNashville BalletTo provide arts education and learning experiences for 20,000 children and adults in diverse communities across Middle Tennessee
DavidsonNashville CARESThis proposal requests $4,750 to purchase 500 kits to provide HIV
testing to 500 non-gay women, men and youth
DavidsonNashville Cat RescueTo spay or nueter 900 cats so that they may be put up for adoption and placed in permanent homes.
DavidsonNashville Children's AllianceFor training, client assistance, and program supplies for our services to reduce the trauma of child abuse victims and families.
DavidsonNashville Children's TheatreTo produce educational programming and financial aide to students and educators in our community.
DavidsonNashville Civic Design CenterNCDC's Reclaiming Public Space initiative works to enhance public spaces, and facilitate public participation towards creating a vibrant, livable Nashville.
DavidsonNashville Coaching CoalitionThe Coaches' Leadership Academy prepares coaches to be purposeful mentors/leaders; request is to provide licensed therapists as faculty within program.
DavidsonNashville Conflict Resolution CenterTo prevent eviction and homelessness for public housing residents of Metro Nashville by providing free mediation services onsite.
DavidsonNashville Diaper ConnectionThe "No Child Wet Behind" program provides baby diapers to
moms that otherwise might not have them.
DavidsonNashville Dolphins (Dolphin Aquatics)To provide FREE learn to swim classes and water safety to children and adults with special needs.
DavidsonNashville Education Community and Arts Television CorporationTo continue training and mentoring teenagers in camps and
programs during/after school hours, instilling confidence and teamwork through TV production.
DavidsonNashville Film FestivalTo engage 15 at-risk teens from Youth Villages in professional-level song-writing, recording, music video production, and festival showcase.
DavidsonNashville in HarmonyTo provide LGBTQ+ youth from across Middle Tennessee opportunities to discover their voice, build community, and self-advocate through musical performance
DavidsonNashville Jazz WorkshopSupport for expansion of the acclaimed Jazz on the Move performance/education series to seven performances in three new venues.
DavidsonNashville Launch Pad, Inc.We provide street-free sleep in the winter months for young adults, 18-24 in an LGBTQ-affirming atmosphere.
DavidsonNashville Opera AssociationTo improve access for differentiated learners, expand toolkit use, and identify new partners for All-Access Opera Education.
DavidsonNashville Public RadioSupport local musicians and arts organizations through 91Classical's broadcasts of 'Live in Studio C', Nashville Symphony, and Nashville Opera.
DavidsonNashville Public Television Council Inc.To fund production expenses related to "NPT Reports: Aging Matters," focusing on issues affecting seniors and our community.
DavidsonNashville Repertory TheatreTo offer professional theatre arts education and mentorship for area youth ages 7-23 via the NEW Nashville Rep Youth Conservatory.
DavidsonNashville Shakespeare FestivalProvide affordable or free public and school performances of MACBETH, with preparatory in-school student workshops, and free on-line guidebook.
DavidsonNashville Steam Preservation SocietyCreate education materials and schedule educational programs and events with a specific focus on at-risk and inner city youth.
DavidsonNashville Symphony AssociationTo provide free, high-quality instrument instruction and music education experiences to 9,265 students in Nashville.
DavidsonNashville Tree FoundationTo execute a comprehensive education/replanting response to Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), predicted to kill 10% of Nashville's trees by 2026.
DavidsonNational Museum of African American MusicTo connect up to 1,000 Nashville youth and ~350 seniors with professional musician teaching artists to learn, perform, and engage.
DavidsonNations Ministry CenterTo provide citizenship support services to 150 immigrants and refugees who are on the road to becoming US citizens.
DavidsonNeedLink NashvilleTo help 60 low-income women who are pregnant or have newborn babies under 6-months avoid homelessness and/or utility disconnection.
DavidsonNeighborhood HealthTo increase access to retinal eye screening for 200 patients with diabetes.
DavidsonNew Horizons CorporationEnabling technology for 14 persons with disabilities in residential homes (8) and day programs (6) for living and employment solutions.
DavidsonNew Level Community Development CorporationTo provide housing counseling to more than 200 families seeking to own a home in Nashville.
DavidsonNotes for Notes, Inc.To provide music and social emotional education to youth so music may become a profoundly positive influence in their lives.
DavidsonNurses for Newborns of TennesseeTo prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect through home visitation by registered nurses.
DavidsonOpen Table of Nashville, Inc.Housing some of our most vulnerable neighbors who are unhoused and generally do not reach out for services.
DavidsonOperation Stand Down TennesseeTo provide career services and transition assistance to Veterans, empowering and equipping them to gain and sustain purposeful employment.
DavidsonOZ Arts NashvilleTo provide artistic community engagement programming for diverse underserved participants to explore individual and collective burdens and to foster empathy.
DavidsonPark CenterTo provide art therapy for 30 adults with chronic mental illness, homelessness and addiction on a weekly basis.
DavidsonParks at Kimbro Station, Inc.To provide access to green space with outdoor recreation, education, and cultural enrichment to the community in Southeast Davidson County.
DavidsonPastoral Counseling Centers of Tennessee, Inc.To meet the growing need of Tusculum Elementary, providing support/healing for up to 60 refugee children through therapeutic groups.
DavidsonPathway Lending (Southeast Community Capital Corporation)Provide small business skills through classes, counseling and
mentorships that builds financial empowerment for 250+
disadvantaged women and their families.
DavidsonPet Community CenterTo trap-neuter-return (TNR) 208, unowned, free-roaming, and feral cats (community cats) through the Community Cat Program (CCP).
DavidsonPlay Like a Girl!To provide access to STEM education in a sports context for 150 middle school girls from disadvantaged backgrounds.
DavidsonPoverty and the ArtsProvide creative resources, training, and a marketplace so individuals impacted by homelessness can overcome barriers to employment with creative talent
DavidsonPreserve Lindsley Avenue Now IncContinue the church building's interior renovation begun with last year's grant. Install new high-quality laminate flooring and cabinets near auditorium.
DavidsonPrevent Child Abuse TennesseeTo provide voluntary, evidence-based, home visiting for 250 vulnerable families in Davidson County as a way of preventing childhood adversity..
DavidsonProgress, Inc.To provide training to 31 people who support people with intellectual disabilities and seniors
DavidsonProject for Neighborhood AftercareProvide equitable access to technology to 50 Kindergarten-4th low-income children at high risk for academic deficiencies in an afterschool program.
DavidsonProject Return, Inc.To provide reentry services and wraparound support to people returning to the community after incarceration through the Job Readiness program.
DavidsonProverbs 12:10 Animal RescueTo provide medication and vaccines for rescued dogs and cats in preparation for adoption.
DavidsonRebuilding Together NashvilleTo preserve affordable housing for 34 low-income homeowners in the Northwest Nashville communities through repairing and renovating their homes.
DavidsonRejoice MinistriesRejoice Ballet mentors dancers from all socioeconomic and racial backgrounds through classical ballet instruction and positive youth development programs.
DavidsonRenewal House, Inc.To provide trauma-informed, gender-specific intensive outpatient addiction treatment for 75 low-income women, including specialized programming for pregnant and postpartum mothers.
DavidsonRescue 1 GlobalTo counter human trafficking by providing basic necessities, academics, life-skills and therapeutic environments to survivors for healthy and sustainable healing.
DavidsonRooftop FoundationTo provide rent or mortgage assistance for those facing a short term medical crisis.
DavidsonSafe Haven Family ShelterTo provide academic, social-emotional, and behavioral supports to children experiencing homelessness to lessen the negative impact of housing instability.
DavidsonSaint Thomas Health FoundationTo bring life-saving screening mammography to 90 uninsured/underserved women in Bedford, Coffee, and Warren counties through a mobile mammography outreach.
DavidsonSenior Ride NashvilleTo provide 2,211 back-up driver trips, ensuring seniors have transportation to connect and access essential services regardless of volunteer availability.
DavidsonSexual Assault CenterTo provide specialized therapy, advocacy, and support to 30 low-income girls and women who have been sexually assaulted.
DavidsonShower The PeopleTo provide 500 mobile showers and hygiene supplies to individuals experiencing homelessness in Nashville.
DavidsonSiloam HealthTo provide 750 high-quality, affordable, culturally sensitive medical visits to uninsured, low-income refugees in Middle Tennessee
DavidsonSmall World YogaSmall World Yoga will provide weekly yoga and meditation services for 125 clients, men and women, who are incarcerated.
DavidsonSouthern Alliance for People and Animal WelfareTo continue our weekly spay/neuter transport for pet owners who are homeless or who live below the poverty level.
DavidsonSouthern WordSouthern Word (SW) develops powerful communicators, thinkers, and leaders through the vehicles of spoken word, creative writing, and music production.
DavidsonSpecial Olympics TennesseeTo create 10 Unified Champion Schools in Middle TN by creating inclusive sports and leadership opportunities for youth.
DavidsonSt. Luke's Community HouseTo provide emotional, social, and nutritional support to 120 aging adults in Nashville.
DavidsonStarlings NashvilleTo fund a volleyball program that will encourage leadership skills for underserved girls, ages five to eighteen.
DavidsonSTARS NashvilleTo provide 2,400 middle and high school students struggling to overcome social and emotional barriers individual and group counseling sessions.
DavidsonStronger Than My Father, IncTo positively change the cycle of poverty through educational achievement and self-esteem in the lives of young urban children.
DavidsonSurvivor Fitness FoundationProvide rehabilitation services for cancer survivors through one-on-one training with an exercise specialist, addressing side effects of diagnosis and treatments.
DavidsonTennessee Association for Children's Early EducationTo offer 8 "Pop Up" training events for child care providers in rural or under-served regions/areas of the state.
DavidsonTennessee Breast Cancer CoalitionTo provide financial assistance to breast cancer patients in the state of Tennessee.
DavidsonTennessee CraftTo provide arts & crafts activities for Tennessee Craft's Kids Tent at our Spring and Fall Fair, serving 4,590 children.
DavidsonTennessee Environmental CouncilTo engage over 20,000 volunteers in planting 100,000 native tree seedlings across Tennessee, half of these in
Middle Tennessee.
DavidsonTennessee Higher Education Initiative, Inc.To fund tuition and supplies for the inaugural cohort of the first Bachelor's program in a men's prison in Tennessee.
DavidsonTennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights CoalitionTo ensure that Middle Tennessee's immigrant and refugee residents are accurately counted in the 2020 Census
DavidsonTennessee Justice CenterCreate resources and work with partners to help thousands of pregnant women and children connect with health and food benefits.
DavidsonTennessee Justice for Our NeighborsTo provide humanitarian immigration legal services to low-income immigrants and refugees affected by violence and terror.
DavidsonTennessee Lions Charities IncOur goal is to provide free vision screenings and follow-up to children (12-72 months) in the middle Tennessee area.
DavidsonTennessee Performing Arts CenterTo bring professional artist residencies to Pre-K classrooms: 30-minute sessions offered 2x/week for 6-7 weeks, in the spring semester.
DavidsonTennessee Poison CenterEducate residents on the toxic effects of electronic cigarettes and liquid nicotine, and how to respond in a poison emergency.
DavidsonTennessee Respite CoalitionTo give 10 family caregivers in Dickson County respite time and
educate 20 caregivers and community members about respite.
DavidsonTennessee State University Research, Economic and Community Development FoundationTo provide technology training for 90 seniors in order that they might access/utilize online information and services and connect socially.
DavidsonTennessee Voices for VictimsTo distribute 100 DVD documentaries to public and private Middle Tennessee middle and high schools
DavidsonTennessee Women's Theater ProjectSupport for free after-school classes in storycraft and theatre, for children in grades 3 - 5 at Looby Community Center.
DavidsonTennessee Youth SymphonyTo provide sectional musical training to our approximately 135 students based on their specific instruments and/or part in musical selection.
DavidsonThe Bridge Ministry, Inc.The Bridge to Kids program will provide weekend meals for appoximately 3300 food insecure children this 2019/20 school year.
DavidsonThe Contributor Inc.To hire a full-time Outreach Worker through ARCH/Americorps to support Contributor vendors in their transition from homelessness into housing.
DavidsonThe Healing Arts Project IncHealing Arts Project, Inc. (HAPI) will provide artist opportunities to person diagnosed with a mental health and/ or addiction disorders.
DavidsonThe Heimerdinger FoundationTo provide a first-time quarterly series of seminars for cancer patients/other stakeholders to learn about whole foods nutrition, meal preparation.
DavidsonThe Hope Station, Inc.To provide rental and utility assistance to single working mothers with minor children in Davidson and Rutherford Counties.
DavidsonThe IBMA Foundation, Inc.To host a Utilizing American Roots Music/ Bluegrass in the Classroom workshop for teachers in Davidson, Bedford and Coffee counties
DavidsonThe Little Pantry That CouldTo provide fresh produce, meat, shelf-stable food items, and basic toiletries to around 200 families on a weekly basis.
DavidsonThe Mary Parrish CenterTo provide emergency financial assistance to survivors of interpersonal violence and their children.
DavidsonThe Nashville Food Project, Inc.To cook and share 325,000+ nutritious meals with people facing barriers to food access through partnerships with local nonprofits.
DavidsonThe New Beginnings CenterTo provide 162 low-income women with 11,700 hours of wellness coaching that improves physical fitness, health and quality of life.
DavidsonThe New Life CenterTraining Camp for Dads is a child birth education workshop where new and expecting fathers can learn more about fatherhood.
DavidsonThe Next DoorThe Recovery Care Clinic provides medically-assisted treatment (MAT) as an outpatient treatment option for women suffering from opioid abuse disorder.
DavidsonThe Society of St. AndrewTo expand the collection and donation of excess food in Middle Tennessee farmers' markets.
DavidsonThistle Farms, Inc.To provide housing, healthcare, and job training to women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
DavidsonTime to Rise Inc.To provide at risk youth grades 4-6 with academic instruction and cultural enrichment during summer program.
DavidsonTurnip Green Creative ReuseTo divert materials from the landfill through art-based reduce, reuse, recycle education programs to under-invested communities.
DavidsonVox Grata, IncTo perform two newly composed choral works commissioned for the centennial of women's suffrage, thereby facilitating public dialogue.
DavidsonW.O. Smith Community Music SchoolTo provide an affordable, high quality summer camp program for low-income youth.
DavidsonWalden's PuddleTo provide care/treatment to wildlife in need, with the goal of returning the rehabilitated animals to the wild.
DavidsonWalk/Bike NashvilleSafe Routes to Schools provides road safety education and encouragement to increase the number of students walking/biking to school
DavidsonWater WalkersTo provide employment for 6 at risk youth, ages fifteen to eighteen, who live in the Edgehill Homes.
DavidsonWayne Reed Christian Childcare CenterTo install a new rubberized playground surface to provide a safe play area for the children we serve
DavidsonWelcome Home Ministries
DavidsonWestminster Home ConnectionTo build volunteer support for aging-in-place in Davidson and Cheatham counties.
DavidsonWings of CourageTo provide emergency financial assistance and items for escape for all victims of Domestic Violence through our Flightbag Program.
DavidsonYou Have the Power...Know How to Use It, Inc.To support existing prevention programs by translating and printing our Crime Survivor's Guide (Spanish) and Our Children (Arabic) resource guides
DavidsonYouth Empowerment through Arts and HumanitiesTo provide music education and community-building programs for diverse groups of participants, primarily young women, in Middle Tennessee.
DavidsonYouth VillagesTo provide critical needs and services for 20-25 youth aging out of foster care participating in Youth Villages' YVLifeSet program.
DavidsonYWCA Nashville & Middle TennesseeProvide safe shelter and comprehensive support to over 500 victims of domestic violence at the Weaver Domestic Violence Center.
DeKalbCannon Co Community for AnimalsTo provide spay and neuter services for animals that are in low income or homeless situations.
DeKalbDeKalb County Board of Education-Coordinated School HealthTo provide food to approximately 200 students in need on the weekends and holiday breaks.
DeKalbTennessee Tech Craft CenterTo empower 5th-12th grade art educators to design and implement hands-on craft activities in their classrooms.
Dickson23rd District Judicial Advocates, Inc.Purchase mattresses for 50 Drug Court participants living in the court-operated Sober Living Residences.
DicksonCareNet Pregnancy Medical CenterTo educate 25 families and 60 men with parenting information on how to safely raise their child.
DicksonCASA of Dickson CountyTo provide quality training for our Advocate Supervisor whom supervises volunteers that advocate on behalf of children in foster care.
DicksonCharlotte Fagan United Methodist ChurchTo provide affordable, choral music education and enrichment for children and adults of all ages in Dickson and surrounding counties.
DicksonDickson Co High SchoolTo expose students to the business aspect of architectural design through the use of our new laser engraver.
DicksonDickson Community ClinicThe Dickson Community Clinic provides primary care, laboratory and imaging studies as well as referral services for the uninsured individuals.
DicksonDickson County Family YMCATo provide certification in multiple levels CPR(Pro), first aid, oxygen, AED, babysitting, wilderness first aid every month.
DicksonDickson County Help CenterTo provide nutritional food to families in need.
DicksonDickson County Public LibraryTo provide furniture and technology for the new Dickson County Public Library and Life Long Learning Center.
DicksonDickson County Sheriff's OfficeHost Junior Sheriff's Academy for 40 middle-school students focusing on educating and encouraging strong relationships between youth and law enforcement.
DicksonFriends of Lonesome Historic Site, Inc.Develop a celphone-based curriculum guide for use on field trips to Lonesome HIstoric Site cemetery. Complements previous social studies curricula.
DicksonGovernor Frank G. Clement Railroad Hotel and Historical MuseumTo video historical accounts commemorating Dickson-born Governor Frank Clement's centennial, and the progress he made within Tennessee, educating future generations.
DicksonHumane Society of Dickson CountyTo provide spay/neuter assistance to citizens of Dickson County
DicksonLast Chance Pet Rescue, Inc.To provide affordable spay/neuter options for the pets owned by residents of Dickson County
DicksonThe Quest Center for Art & Community Development, Inc.Year-round, accessible after-school & out-of-school music instruction and extended education activities serving children ages 10-18 living in rural, lower-income communities
DicksonWilliam James Middle SchoolOur proposed program is to focus on the positive behavior and attendance of students and build teacher morale.
FranklinFranklin County Humane Society (Animal Harbor)To provide complete veterinary care for rescued pets while they're in Animal Harbor until we find new homes for them.
FranklinGood Samaritan Ministries of Franklin CountyOur primary mission is to provide food boxes for disadvantaged families in Franklin County average ~350 per month.
FranklinWest Middle SchoolWest MS uses the CFG for the purpose of supplying and helping with basic student needs.
FranklinZiggy's Tree Wildlife Rehabilitation CenterTo provide care for Tennessee's orphaned and injured native wildlife with the goal of returning them to their natural habitats.
HickmanHickman County Economic & Community Development AssnHickman County Imagination Library is a book gifting program that mails free books to children from birth to age five.
HickmanHickman Humane Society IncTo provide spay/neuter services for 100 dogs and 100 cats owned by citizens in Hickman County with limited financial means.
HickmanWomen Are SafeTo provide child-focused case management, activities and supplies to children exposed to domestic violence.
HoustonBethesda Community Mission, Inc.Emergency relief for families facing disparaging situations trying to find work to keep their families fed and their utilities on.
HumphreysHumphreys County Humane SocietyTo provide pets of Senior Citizens with medical treatment and owners with financial support for the wellness of their pets.
JacksonFriends of Animals of Jackson CountyProvide financial assistance to Jackson County residents to spay/neuter their pets.
JacksonGranville Museum, Inc.To tell the story of a small rural town and allow visitors to step back in time.
LincolnHumane Society of Lincoln CountyTo increase the number of unwanted/abandoned pets lives saved through proper care and in partnership with businesses and rescue groups.
LincolnSouthern Alliance for Animal Welfare/Lincoln CountyTo provide low cost or free spay/neuter surgery and vaccines for dogs and cats belonging to low income families.
MaconMacon Spay Neuter AssistanceProvide low cost spay/neuter services & vaccines to 180 animals, enhancing lives & preventing overpopulation. Establish Senior Citizens Pet/Food Bank.
MauryBoys & Girls Clubs of Maury CountyProvide tutoring by certified teachers and intensive academic mentoring to 150 high drop-out risk youth to ensure high school graduation.
MauryCenter of HopeTo provide therapeutic counseling to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking to heal from trauma.
MauryJames K. Polk Memorial AssociationTo plan and plant a historical kitchen garden that will provide new opportunities for participatory educational programming and community engagement.
MauryMaury County Senior Citizens, Inc.To address food insecurity for low-income older adults at the Maury County Senior Centers in Columbia and Mt Pleasant
MauryMaury Regional Healthcare FoundationTo bridge the gap for at-risk women battling breast cancer by providing the support and resources needed during treatment.
MauryRippavilla PlantationTo educate and promote the significance of the agricultural & historical roots of Maury County to children.
MauryRural Animal Rescue Effort (RARE)Transport preparation costs for animals from kill shelters in TN to go on life saving transports to Northern no-kill organizations.
MauryWatershed Public TheatreTo provide theatre training and increased employment opportunities for local artists during the summer 2020 production of Romeo & Juliet.
MontgomeryBig Brothers Big Sisters of ClarksvilleTo improve classroom behavior and defend children's potential by pairing them with adult mentors to meet consistently and provide guidance.
MontgomeryLoaves and FishesProvide a consistent supply of fresh fruits, vegetables and dairy for daily meal program. Work with nutritionist to improve meals.
MontgomeryMontgomery County Imagination Library / The Friends of the Clarksville Montgomery County Public LibrTo mail one high-quality, age-appropriate book to the homes of children enrolled one a month from birth to age five.
MontgomeryRoxy Productions, Inc.To support artistic salaries for JUNIE B. JONES: The Musical at the Roxy Regional Theatre in January/February 2020.
OvertonCouncil of Americana Roots MusicTo promote, present, and preserve Americana music; as well as, to provide care to underserved populations in Appalachia.
OvertonSpay/Neuter Incentive Program - Overton Co. (SNIP-OC)SNIP-OC's activities are limited to spay/neuter of pets of senior citizens, unemployed and low income residents of Overton County.
PickettGood Neighbors Theatre, Inc.Provide theatrical and musical productions, workshops, and exhibits that involve, and educate residents from this and surrounding rural areas.
PickettPaws of Dale HollowTo control the feral cat population of Pickett County through a
program of trap, neuter, and release.
PutnamAll About Rescue and Fixin IncHelping Hands,a program that will help low income residents of the 14 Upper Cumberland counties afford access to veterinary
PutnamBryan Symphony OrchestraThe Bryan Symphony Orchestra Association provides an educational concert series for fourth graders of Putnam, Cumberland, Warren, White and Jackson.
PutnamCookeville Regional Medical Center FoundationTo provide Lung Cancer Screenings to low-income/under-insured Upper Cumberland residents at risk of developing lung cancer.
PutnamHumane Society of Putnam CountySpay or neuter 1800 pets belonging to low income families in the targeted four counties of the Upper Cumberland.
PutnamPutnam County Senior CitizensEnhance current exercise offerings and respond to critical unmet needs which improve health/wellness and quality of life.
RutherfordBoys & Girls Clubs of Rutherford CountyUltimate Journey is designed to cultivate environmental stewardship to help Club members appreciate and care for the place they live.
RutherfordCenter for the Arts IncThe Center for the Arts (CFTA) provides year-round performing arts programs and performance opportunities to youth in Rutherford County.
RutherfordCommunity Helpers of Rutherford CountyCommunity Helpers of Rutherford County provides emergency financial assistance for Shelter, Warmth, & Health to low income Rutherford County residents.
RutherfordDiscovery Center at Murfree Spring/Children's Museum Corp of Rutherford CoTo provide a two 4-month-long Artist-in-Residence program for Tennesse artists and corresponding public programming for Discovery Center visitors
RutherfordDomestic Violence Program, Inc.Provide Sexual Assault Forensic Exams and free supportive services to assist adult victims of sexual assault find hope, healing, recovery.
RutherfordDominion Financial Management Inc.To expand our RealHelp-Financial program by including financial education for all members of the family: adults, teens and children.
RutherfordDoors of HopeThe addition of mental health service, including education, assessment and group therapy to the Rutherford County Community Re-Entry Program
RutherfordElders First Adult Day Services dba Mindful Care Adult Day ServicesTo promote mental and physical capabilities of 20 cognitively impaired older adults and prevent institutionalization; providing respite for caregivers.
RutherfordEndure Athletics FoundationTo provided 30 homeless children and youth a fee-free after school program.
RutherfordEthos Youth EnsemblesEthos provides musically enriching opportunities for student
musicians (grades 2-12), the community, and area schools through weekly instruction and concerts.
RutherfordGreenhouse MinistriesTo provide mobile food pantry events in Murfreesboro that deliver boxes of nutritious food to 250 families in need.
RutherfordHabitat for Humanity of Rutherford CountyTo provide exterior insulation for the construction of Habitat houses and reduce utility costs for low income families.
RutherfordJesse C Beesley Animal Humane FoundationTo promote care and kindness to animals through affordable spay/neuter services, preventative care, and education about responsible pet ownership.
RutherfordMurfreesboro Muslim Youth Inc.To engage youth in meeting the critical needs of approximately 1,150 homeless individuals and providing school supplies to disadvantaged students.
RutherfordMurfreesboro Symphony OrchestraTo educate students in the art of symphonic music through school visits and free concerts with professional musicians.
RutherfordPossibility PlaceIntensive job training program and Intensive reading program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
RutherfordRead To SucceedTo place books in the hands, hearts and minds of the youth of our community so they become good citizens.
RutherfordSmyrna LaVergne Food Bank (Nourish)To provide a free food storage and distribution center supporting multiple feeding programs and a co-located hub of community services.
RutherfordSpecial KidsTo provide life skills training for children ages 6-25 three times per week at Camp Ability 2020.
RutherfordStepping Stones Safe Haven Inc.To provide a welcoming shelter for homeless women and children while walking our clients to the best next step.
RutherfordThe Journey HomeProviding meals, clothing, and support to the homeless; meeting basic needs to help families achieve stability and community integration.
RutherfordYou Can Make It Home Ownership Center IncTo provide homebuyer education and counseling for 200 low- and moderate-income families seeking to buy their first home.
SmithSmith County Imagination LibraryTo foster a love of reading among the county's preschool children and their families.
StewartHumane Society of Dover-Stewart CountyTo reduce the uncontrolled breeding and disease of stray/abandoned cats/kittens by providing sterilization and rabies vaccines to this neglected population.
StewartStewart County Friends of the Public LibraryTo provide free books to all registered children in the Imagination Library database in Stewart County to age 5
SumnerBorderless Arts TennesseeParticipants will create wearable portraits of famous historic Tennesseans which will be performed in and displayed at historic sites.
SumnerGallatin CARESWe are providing short term support services for families that are enduring dramatic or traumatic events in their lives.
SumnerHomebound Meals HendersonvilleProvides meals for the elderly and disabled population who are unable to provide meals for themselves.
SumnerMonthaven Arts and Cultural CenterEC:CO (Exhibition Connect: Community Outreach) Program support, offering FREE year-round art-making activities benefiting 2000+ underserved Middle TN youth and families.
SumnerSumner County CASATo provide training and support for 30 community volunteers that have been trained to advocate for abused and neglected children.
SumnerSumner Spay Neuter AllianceTo provide spay/neuter and veterinary care to 400 impoverished families with a goal of keeping pets healthy and vaccinations updated.
SumnerSumner Teen Center, Inc.To provide a youth employment training program called "Adulting 101" for approximately 100 teens in 7th through 12th grade.
WarrenFamilies in Crisis, Inc.To provide services to survivors of domestic/sexual violence by providing them with resources to become safe, independent, healthy and self-sufficient.
WarrenPaul's Clinic To spay/neuter 250 pets for low-income individuals that reside in the 6 counties we serve.
WarrenWarren Arts Foundation, Inc.To present a storytelling event that includes both performance and educational components.
WhiteWhite County Humane SocietyTo provide financial assistance to 235 pet owners who could not otherwise afford to have their pets spayed or neutered.
WhiteWhite County Library FoundationTo encourage reading and provide educational opportunities for children, teens, and adults to prevent "Summer Slide" during the Summer months.
WilliamsonBacklight ProductionsTo use theater and performance arts to benefit and enrich the lives of 76 people having developmental or physical disabilities.
WilliamsonBridges of Williamson County dba Bridges Domestic Violence CenterVictim Specific Needs Assistance Program includes medications, prescriptions, physical & mental health provider needs, minor car repair, and childcare assistance.
WilliamsonBrightStone, Inc.To provide the best healthcare possible for adults with special needs through educational programs and comprehensive wellness and fitness activities.
WilliamsonGraceworks Ministries, Inc.To provide rent or utility emergency assistance to help families avoid eviction or utility disconnection.
WilliamsonHabitat for Humanity Williamson-MauryTo provide critical home repairs to the vulnerable in our community, with an emphasis on serving the elderly and disabled.
WilliamsonHard Bargain Mt. Hope Redevelopment Inc.To provide repairs on the homes of 20 low-income and elderly residents in the Hard Bargain neighborhood.
WilliamsonHarpeth ConservancyCitizen science program that monitors waterways and informs responsible environment and water management in the greater Nashville area.
WilliamsonHealing Housing, Inc.To provide a safe home and supportive services for 14
underprivileged women in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
WilliamsonHeaven Can Wait Animal Rescue and SanctuaryProvide 1/2 of the vet and medications for an average of 13 sanctuary dogs
WilliamsonHeritage Foundation of Franklin & Williamson CountyTo provide locally focused historical educational materials for classroom use in the fourth and fifth grades in Williamson County
WilliamsonHigh Hopes, Inc.To equip 850+ children in our pediatric therapy clinic and inclusive preschool/kindergarten with the skills necessary to succeed.
WilliamsonMercy Health ServicesTo provide access to social-emotional learning groups to students Williamson and Marshall counties each summer.
WilliamsonMiddle Tennessee Guitar Alliance, Inc.To provide four free concerts presented by world renowned classical guitarists at Vanderbilt's Blair School in 2020.
WilliamsonOwl's Hill Nature SanctuaryTo reclaim two pollinator meadows boosting healthy populations of pollinators and expanding Citizen Science research area.
WilliamsonPeople For AnimalsWe offer financial assistance for spay/neuter to pet owners in financial need in Middle TN.
WilliamsonRetrieving Independence, Inc.Enabling and supporting the training and placement of life changing animals through the Service Dog Success Training Program in 2020.
WilliamsonSnooty Giggles Dog RescueFunding request is to pull dogs from local shelters who require medical intervention to be adoptable.
WilliamsonStudio Tenn Theatre CompanyTo produce a professional production of Little Women for middle and high school students at no cost to the attendees.
WilliamsonThe Refuge Center for CounselingTo provide affordable counseling services and care to women domestic violence victims in dire financial circumstances.
WilliamsonThe Shower Truck/Shower UpIf selected, we would use the grant to serve Nashville's homeless community with mobile showers, hygiene services, and personal care.
WilliamsonTucker's HouseTo assess and retrofit Middle Tennessee homes of children with disabilities making them accessible, inclusive, and safe.
WilsonCedar Seniors, Inc.Provide nutritional lunches Monday-Friday for Lebanon and surrounding area seniors
WilsonCharis Health CenterTo provide medical treatment for the medically vulnerable and uninsured.
WilsonCommunity Homeless Outreach & Support/The Brooks HouseBH provides preventive and corrective physical/dental/vision exams/medications and counseling to prepare residents for independent living.
WilsonMt. Juliet West Wilson County Senior Citizens Service CenterFunds to ensure continuation of the Ballroom Dance Therapy Program.
WilsonNew Leash on LifeProvide spay/neuter services for owned dogs & cats and feral cats in counties with limited animal welfare resources.
WilsonProspectTo provide partial funding for a pilot nutrition program to be implemented in five of our residential homes.
WilsonRest Stop Ministries, Inc.To provide long-term, trauma-informed, survivor-centered residential restoration care to adult female survivors of sex trafficking.
WilsonTennessee Artist's Guild Inc.To provide training and showing opportunities for up to 60 adults and seniors in the fine art of clay works.
WilsonWilson Books from BirthTo provide free Imagination Library books to Wilson County's pre-school children to foster a love of learning and reading.
WilsonWilson County Emergency Services Rehab Association Inc./Rehab 23To provide support services on a 24/7/365 basis irrespective of weather conditions to over 800+ first responders in Wilson County.

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