The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is thrilled to announce $2,072,235 in grants to 346 nonprofit organizations as part of the 2017 annual grantmaking process.

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is thrilled to announce $2,072,235 in grants to 346 local nonprofit organizations as part of the 2017 annual grantmaking process.

The grants will benefit nonprofits in 31 area counties: Bedford, Cannon, Cheatham, Coffee, Cumberland, Davidson, DeKalb, Dickson, Fentress, Franklin, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lincoln, Macon, Marshall, Montgomery, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Stewart, Sumner, Trousdale, Warren, White, Williamson and Wilson counties.

The top four awards categories were Arts and Humanities (15% of the grants), Human Services-Children (13%), Animal Welfare (13%), and Education (13%).

“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.

COUNTYORGANIZATIONDESCRIPTION
BEDFORDBedford County Imagination LibraryBedford County Imagination Library proposes to provide new, age-appropriate books each month to our children from birth to age five.
BEDFORDCaregiver Relief Program of Bedford CountyTo provide $200/ month for 15 families for reimbursement for respite care & education to families suffering with Alzheimer's disease.
BEDFORDCommunity Clinic of Shelbyville & Bedford CountyTo provide FREE Pap Smears for 80 low-income, working, and uninsured Bedford County female adults.
BEDFORDCommunity Development CenterTo provide Family Services to 20 families, including professional counseling to 6 families, to reduce stress of families with autism.
BEDFORDMiddle Tennessee Spay and Neuter Clinic IncTo reduce pet overpopulation in middle Tennessee counties by offering reduced fees for households with multiple unaltered pets.
BEDFORDShelbyville-Bedford County Humane AssociationTo take in more unfixed stray cats and dogs by increasing the shelter capacity and decreasing the stray population
CANNONCannon County Senior CenterEnhanced technology to more effectively track attendance and participation in activities, programs and services to measure outcomes and success rates.
CHEATHAMArk Community Resource and Assistance CenterTo enable seniors to age in place by providing 5 meals per week to 30+ homebound seniors
CHEATHAMCheatham County Animal Awareness FoundationTo reduce the number of unwanted and abandoned dogs and cats in Cheatham County, Tennessee through spay and neuter services.
CHEATHAMCheatham County Imagination LibraryTo provide age-appropriate books each month to every newborn to five-year-old child in Cheatham County.
CHEATHAMCheatham County Soccer AssociationProvide a environment for youth ages 3-17 to develop social skills and have access to regular healthy exercise.
CHEATHAMPegram Elementary SchoolTo provide an educational and enriching art experience for elementary students with limited resources in our community.
CHEATHAMPiecing Hearts TogetherTo provide art workshops for low-income senior citizens in a comfortable community setting for socialization, and mental and physical well-being.
COFFEEBel-Aire Elementary SchoolBel-Aire wishes to provide fifth graders with Junior Achievement's free-enterprise educational program, culminating with participation in JA BizTown.
COFFEECASA Works, Inc.To train 10 volunteers using the National CASA approved curriculum to advocate for 20 youth ages 0-21.
COFFEECoffee County Children's Advocacy CenterTo provide child abuse prevention education, training and awareness to over 1,750 children and 225 adults in Coffee County.
COFFEECoffee County Humane SocietyTo provide funding for pets of low income families for emergency veterinary care in cases of severe illness or injury
COFFEECoffee County Imagination LibraryTo provide one high-quality, age appropriate Imagination Library book monthly for an additional 500 preschool-aged children in Coffee County.
COFFEECoffee County SchoolsTo improve academic performance and achievement by addressing chronic attendance issues with in the Coffee County School System.
COFFEEDeerfield ElementaryTo provide food for the Deerfield Backpack Special Needs Program, Coats and Shoes, and back to school supplies for students.
COFFEEEast Lincoln Elementary SchoolTo provide East Lincoln's students of poverty 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.
COFFEEHands-On Science Center, Inc.To create a MakerSpace (approximately 200 sq ft) for project-based learning, encouraging exploration, building, and a tinkering philosophy.
COFFEEHaven of HopeTo provide enhanced domestic and sexual violence victim services in undeserved rural counties through case management, counseling, and housing assistance.
COFFEELucky Break Pet RescueTo provide optimal long-term/hospice foster, and veterinary care, for special needs pets, seniors, and terminally ill rescue pets.
COFFEEManchester City SchoolsTo improve chronic absenteeism by educating families and students on the importance of attendance and through recognition and incentive programs.
COFFEEPartners for HealingTo improve the health of patients by providing on-site, low-cost laboratory testing.
COFFEERobert E. Lee ElementaryAllow students the opportunity to attend BizTown and provide school supplies/clothing for students in need.
COFFEESportsmen and Professional Men of Coffee County Inc.To develop an attendance awareness program focused on improving/enhancing conditions for learning around at-risk and disadvantaged students.
COFFEETullahoma City SchoolsTo improve chronic absenteeism by educating students and families on the importance of attendance and through recognition and incentive programs
COFFEETullahoma Day Care CenterTo provide a safe, attractive outdoor classroom for 32 disadvantaged pre-school children at Tullahoma Day Care Center in Tullahoma, Tennessee.
COFFEEWestwood Elementary SchoolProvide a variety of alternative classroom seating options for active 4th grade students.
CUMBERLANDArt Guild at Fairfield GladeTo provide art classes at Fair Park Senior Center in Crossville, TN and Good Samaritan Society, Fairfield Glade, TN.
CUMBERLANDAvalon CenterTo provide food/supplies, transportation, and starting over baskets for 200 clients in our services.
CUMBERLANDFocus on Cumberland County Animal ShelterTo provide the needed equipment for the new animal shelter, in order to enhance the health/safety of our animals.
CUMBERLANDWags and Whiskers Pet Rescue, IncTo provide spay or neuter support for 500 community cats and dogs
DAVIDSONA Step Ahead Foundation of Middle Tennessee Inc.To provide free, long acting reversible contraception (LARC) to Middle Tennessee women under age 30 with two or more children.
DAVIDSONACLU Foundation of TennesseeProduce a "Know Your Rights, Know Your Role" summit for college students encompassing civil rights, current events, and social justice.
DAVIDSONActors Bridge Ensemble Theater of Nashville IncTo fund Act Like a GRRRL program expansion through manualization, facilitator training intensive, practicum in Nashville and new Hermitage chapter.
DAVIDSONAdoption Hope FoundationTo provide an indoor soccer program for thirty refugee youth, ages ten to fourteen, from the Antioch community.
DAVIDSONAdventure Science Center NashvilleTo provide 100 teachers from Middle Tennessee with subsidized professional development and new technologies for their classrooms.
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 twice monthly therapy for fifteen children who are in foster care through AGAPE.
DAVIDSONALIAS Chamber EnsembleTo fund classical music and educational programming for schools and community organizations, reaching 500+ students.
DAVIDSONAlive HospiceMaximizing technology to provide on demand medical attention to the unique and immediate needs of patients and their families.
DAVIDSONAmerican Red Cross (Nashville Area Chapter)To provide direct assistance to families in Robertson and Sumner Counties in the immediate aftermath of fires and other disasters.
DAVIDSONAndrew Jackson FoundationTo preserve and make repairs to the 1824 Church at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage.
DAVIDSONAphesis House, Inc.To provide 75 men returning from incarceration and homelessness the basic needs necessary for obtaining employment and achieving self-sustainability.
DAVIDSONAssistance League of NashvilleTo provide new standard school attire to 3,200 economically disadvantaged MNPS elementary students during the 2017- 2018 school year.
DAVIDSONBackfield in MotionTo improve the academic proficiencies of economically disadvantaged minority boys performing below grade level in reading/language arts and mathematics.
DAVIDSONBegin AnewTo provide High School Equivalency classes for 50 students at the Madison, Nashville and Williamson program sites of Begin Anew.
DAVIDSONBELL Garden Bellevue Middle School Edible Learning LabReplace BELL Garden's diseased orchard trees that are either not producing or producing stunted fruit native varieties.
DAVIDSONBethany Christian ServicesTo provide Safe Families for 10 children and equip 5 family coaches for 10 parents in crisis.
DAVIDSONBethlehem Centers of NashvilleTo provide produce monthly to 35 seniors participating in the Seniors Club, as well as meals at Club activities.
DAVIDSONBetter DecisionsTo provide decision-making training and mentoring to 30-50 adult women incarcerated in prison, soon to be locally released or paroled.
DAVIDSONBig Brothers Big Sisters of Middle TennesseeTo provide one-to-one mentoring services for 350 or more children of prisoners in Middle Tennessee through the Amachi program.
DAVIDSONBook'emTo provide pre-literacy skills training for 300 low-income Pre-K children to prepare them for kindergarten and beyond.
DAVIDSONBoys and Girls Clubs of Middle TennesseeSMART Girls and Passport to Manhood allow adolescent girls and boys (ages 8 – 17) to build skills for adulthood.
DAVIDSONCASA, Inc.To recruit, train, and supervise volunteers to advocate in court for the safe, permanent placement of abused and neglected children.
DAVIDSONCenterstone Foundation, IncCenterstone will serve 35 fathers through engagement and education trainings and host five Fatherhood Reading Days for 100 participants.
DAVIDSONchatterbirdTo underwrite chatterbird's outreach program, which brings school visits and free community performances to students and families.
DAVIDSONCheekwoodTo provide an enriching educational outing for low-income Tennessee children and families, while addressing intersectional barriers of transportation/finance/translation.
DAVIDSONChick HistoryTo digitize original photographs, letters, and memorabilia related to political activity of African-American women in Middle Tennessee prior to 1930.
DAVIDSONChildcare TennesseeChildcareTennessee, an initiative of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, focuses on providing resources to create sustainability for childcare programs.
DAVIDSONCommunities In Schools of Tennessee (CISTN)To support at-risk MNPS students in poverty, providing effective case management to help them stay in school and graduate on-time.
DAVIDSONCommunity Care FellowshipTo provide a high-quality, waterproof backpack stocked with hygiene items, MREs and a poncho to every first-time guest.
DAVIDSONConexion AmericasTo create 17 new job positions for immigrant microenterpreneurs by providing training through our culinary and business incubators.
DAVIDSONCouncil on Aging of Greater NashvilleTo reach 2,000 home bound, isolated seniors in Middle Tennessee with vital information about community resources and scam prevention.
DAVIDSONCountry Music FoundationWords & Music is a curriculum-based lyric-writing program that creates opportunities for teachers and students to work with Nashville songwriters.
DAVIDSONCumberland Community OptionsTo provide a budgeting and money management program to support our clients who are adults with Intellectual disabilities.
DAVIDSONDancing Through the Curriculum (DTC)To provide academic support for 20 young girls of color, scoring below grade level, through an after-school dance education program.
DAVIDSONDiscover Tennessee, Inc.Operate a program relocating healthy, at-risk dogs from Middle Tennessee open-access shelters to no-kill shelters in Midwest and Mid-Atlantic states.
DAVIDSONDismas, Inc.Dismas brings about mutual reconciliation between former offenders and society through the development of a supportive community.
DAVIDSONDoing GoodTo provide volunteer-focused video marketing tools to local nonprofit organizations that may not be able to generate these for themselves.
DAVIDSONEarly Childhood EducationTo provide four one-year scholarships to four children ages 6 weeks to 4 years for safe quality early childhood education.
DAVIDSONEast Nashville Hope Exchange, Inc.Provide literacy programming to children most at risk of falling behind in reading skills as identified by East Nashville Schools.
DAVIDSONEaster Seals Tennessee, Inc.To provide program supplies during our camps for our adult clients living with disabilities and/or special needs.
DAVIDSONEdgehill Neighborhood PartnershipIncrease ENP's capacity for leadership roles in affordable housing for MDHA's Nashville Promise Zone and Envision Edgehill programs.
DAVIDSONEnd Slavery TennesseeTo provide intensive and full spectrum aftercare services for 130 human trafficking survivors._x000D_
DAVIDSONExchange Club Family Center (The Family Center)Provide 68 soon-to-be-released incarcerated parents with weekly parenting classes proven to increase skills/knowledge and lower risk of committing child abuse/neglect._x000D_
DAVIDSONF.I.N.D. DesignTo reduce/eliminate patterns of absenteeism, truancy or behavioral referrals occurrences for 75 MNPS girls by promoting life-skills and social-emotional development.
DAVIDSONFaith Family Medical CenterTo provide low-income women who are uninsured or underinsured quality, comprehensive, affordable well-woman medical exams.
DAVIDSONFamily and Children's ServiceTo provide Emergency Financial Assistance for approximately 40 families in the Davidson County Relative Caregiver Program (DCRCP).
DAVIDSONFannie Battle Day Home for Children, IncTo provide high-quality, affordable care for 34 infants and toddlers ages six weeks to two years in a nurturing environment.
DAVIDSONFiftyForward/Senior Citizens, Inc.To pilot a community partnership to modernize and improve the health profile of home-delivered meals for frail older adults.
DAVIDSONFirst Steps, Inc.To provide quality pediatric therapy services for children with developmental delays and complex medical needs and conditions.
DAVIDSONFree for Life InternationalTo develop a training program for medical students about the indicators of human trafficking in patients and how to respond.
DAVIDSONFriends of the Warner Parks, Inc.To engage a skilled team in repairing Warner Parks' heavily-used trail system, providing improved access/safety for thousands of monthly visitors.
DAVIDSONFriendship House, Inc.To provide support, counsel and recovery for alcoholic and drug addicted women through 2 weekly recovery meetings solely for women.
DAVIDSONGalaxy Star Drug AwarenessTo provide 12 weeks of health lessons and fitness training for 10 disadvantaged teen girls, ending with a 5K run.
DAVIDSONGilda's Club Middle TennesseeTo reach and support all impacted by cancer in Middle Tennessee, helping to navigate an individual's unique cancer journey.
DAVIDSONGirl Scouts of Middle Tennessee Inc.Troop 6000 will provide traditional Girl Scout troop experiences to homeless girls in Davidson County.
DAVIDSONGirls on the Run of Middle TennesseeTo provide 69 girls from low-income families the opportunity to participate in a life changing research-based positive youth development program.
DAVIDSONGiving SmilesUsing a mobile dental clinic van volunteer dental professionals will provide necessary dental services to Nashville food pantry recipients.
DAVIDSONGivingMatters.comTo operate a searchable database of nonprofit organizations for the purpose of encouraging informed giving in Middle Tennessee.
DAVIDSONGlobal Education CenterTo provide movement, percussion and studio recording classes to the 35-plus teens incarcerated at the Davidson County Juvenile Detention Center
DAVIDSONHands On Nashville, Inc.Engage volunteers in improving the energy efficiency of 4 homes owned/occupied by low-income families, to support utility assistance demands.
DAVIDSONHarpeth Valley Elementary PTOTo replace the outdated and unsafe PreK/K playground at the school.
DAVIDSONHarvest Hands Community Development CorporationTo provide employment opportunities, job skills training, and mentoring opportunities for low-income urban youth in South Nashville.
DAVIDSONHealing Arts Project, Inc.To provide visual art and creative writing opportunities to 120 persons in mental health and addiction recovery.
DAVIDSONHearing Bridges (Serving the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Hearing Communities)Encourage early language development and healthy bonding for families of young children aged birth to 5 years of age.
DAVIDSONHomework HotlineProvide 2,000 free, one-on-one literacy and math tutoring sessions to 750 students and parents from 45 partnering Tennessee counties.
DAVIDSONHope Clinic for WomenTo provide well-women exams for 60 low-income, underserved women in Davidson County who would otherwise not have access to care.
DAVIDSONHospital Hospitality HouseTo be a home away from home for patients and caregivers seeking medical treatment in Nashville hospitals.
DAVIDSONHUGGS for Inspirational Men and WomenTo provide a continuum of evidenced based services for ex-offenders focusing on alcohol and drug abuse.
DAVIDSONHumanities TennesseeTo provide Middle Tennessee public school students with a program that encourages and supports reading and literacy.
DAVIDSONInterfaith Dental ClinicTo provide compassionate, affordable emergency dental care to 240 of the clinic's 2,000 uninsured, low-income patients, preventing an ER visit.
DAVIDSONIntersectionA performance with Fisk and Choral Arts Link showcasing African-American composers utilizing music as a community building tool.
DAVIDSONJewish Family Service of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, Inc.Operating support for conducting adoption home studies, assisting child placement and conducting post-placement supervision visits for the GLBTQ community.
DAVIDSONLearning Matters, Inc.To provide academic intervention for 60 low-income students with learning disabilities to increase self-esteem and opportunities for life.
DAVIDSONLuke 14:12To provide 12,980 hot, nutritional, dinner-style meals to Nashville's hungry, homeless and working poor.
DAVIDSONLutheran Services in Tennessee Inc.To provide community arts workshops to 80 at risk youth living in poverty during school breaks.
DAVIDSONMartha O'Bryan CenterTo provide 300 K-8 students with dedicated out-of-school-time programming, including academic interventions, social-emotional learning workshops, and STEM/arts enrichment activities.
DAVIDSONMcNeilly Center for ChildrenTo provide classroom supplies, equipment and manipulatives appropriate infants, toddlers and young preschool children.
DAVIDSONMeharry Medical CollegeTo provide free, high quality healthcare to the underserved of Nashville and train the next generation of healthcare providers.
DAVIDSONMen of ValorTo expand its educational and training services to more men incarcerated in Middle Tennessee CCA and TDOC prisons.
DAVIDSONMending Hearts, Inc.To provide medications, transportation assistance and documentation needs for 150 addicted women to foster recovery, meaningful employment and community reintegration.
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 AgencyTo provide direct support enabling youth to secure employment and education paths leading to a stable strong economic future.
DAVIDSONMiriam's PromiseTo provide assistance for basic needs during crisis pregnancies to low-income moms while providing pregnancy counseling free of charge.
DAVIDSONMonroe Harding Inc.To provide therapeutic services for 40 youth/young adults (16-21) who have exited or will be aging out of foster care.
DAVIDSONMorning Star SanctuaryTo provide emergency funds for victims of domestic violence needing bus passes, cab fares,, prescription drugs, dental work, eyeglasses, etc.
DAVIDSONMother to MotherTo promote safe sleeping through education and donation of pack and plays to 3,450 vulnerable newborns in Nashville area.
DAVIDSONMoves & Grooves, Inc.To initiate a high quality after-school art and literacy project supporting 75 struggling students grades 3-8 in Nashville Public Schools.
DAVIDSONMuscular Dystrophy AssociationTo provide durable medical equipment repairs through MDA's loaned equipment program that is made available to individuals with muscle disease.
DAVIDSONMusic for SeniorsTo provide free group instrument and vocal instruction for approximately 100 older adult participants through 8-week Live Performance Learning Labs.
DAVIDSONMusicians on CallTo provide live bedside music performances to 1,300 Veterans receiving treatment at two VA hospitals in Nashville and Murfreesboro.
DAVIDSONNAMI TennesseeTo establish and provide the NAMI Ending the Silence school mental health education program to youth/young adults in Middle Tennessee.
DAVIDSONNashville BalletTo underwrite 260 free "Nashville's Nutcracker" tickets distributed to students of W.O Smith Music School and Rejoice School of Ballet.
DAVIDSONNashville CARESTo provide HIV testing and counseling to 400 adults and youth at churches, colleges and other community events.
DAVIDSONNashville Children's Alliance Inc.We are requesting funds for training for our front line staff and for secure electronic medical records.
DAVIDSONNashville Civic Design CenterThis grant will help support the "Reclaiming Public Space" initiative, to improve the built environment for use by all citizens.
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 learn to swim classes for children and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities at no cost to participants.
DAVIDSONNashville Education Community and Arts Television CorporationIn a hands-on TV production environment, teach teenagers technical job skills and instill confidence, understanding of teamwork, reliability, and communication.
DAVIDSONNashville International Center for EmpowermentTo increase affordable housing for New Americans by offering one-time assistance for apartment deposits, utility deposits, or monthly rental costs.
DAVIDSONNashville Opera AssociationTo further expand tools and training for Opera On Tour to be a fully inclusive performance to reach every child
DAVIDSONNashville Public RadioSupport local musicians and arts organizations through 91 Classical'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 TheatreProvide access to five mainstage plays for community members who may experience economic and/or educational barriers to live theatre.
DAVIDSONNashville Shakespeare FestivalProvide affordable or free public and school performances of HAMLET; provide preparatory in-school workshops for students
DAVIDSONNashville State Community College FoundationTo provide transportation assistance for low-income, high-need students attending Nashville State Community College (via Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority's bus system).
DAVIDSONNashville Symphony AssociationTo provide free, high-quality instrument instruction and music education experiences to 4,160 students in Nashville.
DAVIDSONNational Museum of African American MusicTo connect ~1,000 Nashville youth and seniors with professional African American musician artists to learn, perform and engage.
DAVIDSONNeedLink NashvilleThis proposal will help women who are pregnant or have newborn babies to avoid homelessness and utility disconnection.
DAVIDSONNotes for Notes, Inc.To provide free access to instruments, musical instruction, and recording studios to youth in underserved populations.
DAVIDSONNowPlayingNashvilleTo support arts organizations and encourage audience engagement by providing the community a comprehensive guide to arts and entertainment events.
DAVIDSONNurses for Newborns of TennesseeTo prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect through home visitation by registered nurses.
DAVIDSONOasis Center, Inc.To provide empowerment programming, counseling, advocacy, and training to improve the lives and conditions for LGBTQ youth in Middle Tennessee.
DAVIDSONOpen Table of Nashville, Inc.Provide move-in expenses for vulnerable individuals transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing, including application fees, deposits, and other necessities.
DAVIDSONOperation Stand Down TennesseeTo provide Veterans with reliable transportation, removing barriers to employment, housing, and medical services.
DAVIDSONPark CenterTo provide art therapy for persons who have mental illness and substance use disorders and who are experiencing chronic homelessness.
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.
DAVIDSONPENCIL FoundationTo provide experiential learning opportunities to MNPS students that provide encouragement, resources, and support for future professional success.
DAVIDSONPet Community CenterTo increase access to low cost spay/neuter for pets in rural Middle Tennessee using our spay/neuter transport program.
DAVIDSONPlanned Parenthood of Middle & East TennesseeCreate and launch a program: "Sexperts" sexual health peer education for MTSU college students to fill an educational gap
DAVIDSONPoverty and the ArtsTo provide supplies, studio space, training, and a marketplace for artists overcoming homelessness to gain skills, income, and stability.
DAVIDSONPreserve Lindsley Avenue Now IncTo restore the historic church's exterior wall facing Lindsley Avenue.
DAVIDSONPrevent Child Abuse TennesseeTo provide evidence based parenting education and support to 115 parents of children who are at risk for child maltreatment.
DAVIDSONProject Return, Inc.To provide pre-release support to inmates of the CoreCivic-managed incarceration facilities in Tennessee.
DAVIDSONProject Transformation Tennessee IncTo provide an eight-week summer literacy program for more than 500 children in low-income neighborhoods across Middle Tennessee.
DAVIDSONProverbs 12:10 Animal RescueTo provide microchipping to all 1200 of the pets we anticipate placing next year.
DAVIDSONRebuilding Together NashvilleProvide free home repairs for 20 homeowners though our Safe and Healthy Housing program.
DAVIDSONRejoice MinistriesMentor and train diverse youth dancers through staging of a groundbreaking, original ballet acknowledging the trauma of slavery.
DAVIDSONRenewal HouseTo provide trauma-informed, gender-specific intensive outpatient addiction treatment for 70 low-income women, including specialized programming for pregnant and postpartum mothers.
DAVIDSONRest Stop Ministries, Inc.Providing long-term residential restorative care to adult female survivors of sex trafficking in a trauma-informed community of holistic support
DAVIDSONRocketown of Middle Tennessee, Inc.To provide free weekly Spoken Word workshops, engaging students and local artists in poetry and theatrical performance.
DAVIDSONRooftop FoundationTo provide one-time emergency rental/mortgage/utility assistance to 15-20 low-income families/individuals in Davidson County facing eviction and homelessness.
DAVIDSONSafe Haven Family ShelterTo provide academic, social-emotional, and behavioral supports to children experiencing homelessness to reduce negative impact of lack of stable housing.
DAVIDSONSalama Urban MinistriesTo provide daily, year-round academic support with a literacy/math emphasis for up to 100 under-served youth, primarily K-8th grade.
DAVIDSONSalvation Army of NashvilleThe Direct/Emergency Service Program provides assistance to people in danger of losing utilities or their home due to late payment.
DAVIDSONSecond Harvest Food Bank of Middle TennesseeTo support food, children's nutrition lessons and healthy eating at 11 Kids Cafe sites.
DAVIDSONSexual Assault CenterTo provide specialized therapy and support to a minimum of 30 low-income girls and women who have been sexually assaulted.
DAVIDSONShower The PeopleTo provide mobile showers and hygiene kits to 500 people experiencing homelessness in Nashville.
DAVIDSONSiloam Family Health CenterTo launch a revamped capacity-building project that helps equip newly arrived refugees with basic health training through community volunteer engagement.
DAVIDSONSociety of Saint Andrew, Inc.To prevent food from going to waste at farmer's markets, and instead use that food to feed hungry people
DAVIDSONSouthern Alliance for People and Animal WelfareTo eliminate major barriers low-income pet owners face when choosing to spay and neuter—lack of transportation and limited financial resources.
DAVIDSONSouthern WordSouthern Word (SW) develops powerful communicators, thinkers, and leaders through the vehicles of spoken word, creative writing, and music production.
DAVIDSONSports 4 All FoundationTo provide adaptive exercise and nutrition education classes for people with disabilities.
DAVIDSONSt. Luke's Community HouseTo provide hunger relief for 164 children, seniors and disabled residents through our Mobile Meals and Child Development Program.
DAVIDSONStarlings NashvilleThe guiding concept of providing an opportunity for girls (ages 5 to 18) to participate regardless of their socioeconomic background.
DAVIDSONSTARS NashvilleTo provide 2,400 middle and high school students struggling to overcome social and emotional barriers individual and group counseling sessions.
DAVIDSONTeach for America, Inc.Combatting summer learning loss for Nashville children in grades 1st - 12th through a five week, high-quality summer learning program.
DAVIDSONTennessee Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual ViolenceTo provide emergency financial assistance of up to $300 to 33 victims of domestic and sexual violence in Middle Tennessee.
DAVIDSONTennessee Craftto support and expand FREE community festival with artists and hands-on craftmaking, creating next generation of craft artists and collectors.
DAVIDSONTennessee Environmental CouncilOrchestrating a statewide tree giveaway, where volunteers receive 250,000 free native seedlings and plant them across Tennessee in one day.
DAVIDSONTennessee Foreign Language Institute Fund IncTo provide English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction to adult refugees and immigrants who are unable to access class.
DAVIDSONTennessee Health Care CampaignTo enhance THCC Volunteer training program to assist 1000 TennCare eligible consumers with complex Redetermination process, re-enrollment, and needed referrals.
DAVIDSONTennessee Higher Education Initiative, Inc.To provide on-site college programming and reentry support services to 28 students incarcerated at the Turney Center Industrial Complex.
DAVIDSONTennessee Historical SocietyTo engage grade 6-12 students in project-based learning, critical thinking, and historical research through History Day, a year-long curriculum program.
DAVIDSONTennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights CoalitionTo assist immigrant families before, during, and after crisis or deportation to alleviate anxiety, fears, and lessen the impact.
DAVIDSONTennessee Justice for Our NeighborsTo provide legal representation to immigrants and refugees who have survived human trafficking, persecution, and other forms of violence.
DAVIDSONTennessee Kidney Foundation IncProvide 2,880 AccessRide tickets to 10 disabled, low-income, end stage renal disease patients making three trips weekly for life-saving care.
DAVIDSONTennessee Lions Charities IncTo provide free vision screenings for children between the ages of 12 to 72 months in Middle Tennessee.
DAVIDSONTennessee Performing Arts CenterTo bring professional artist residencies to Pre-K classrooms: 30-minute sessions offered 2x/week for 6-7 weeks, during fall and spring semesters.
DAVIDSONTennessee Respite CoalitionTo give 10 family caregivers in Dickson County respite time and  educate 20 caregivers and community members about respite.
DAVIDSONTennessee State Parks ConservancyTo provide funding for students in Middle Tennessee to take a field trip to visit their local state park.
DAVIDSONTennessee State UniversityTo provide summer camp training in biotechnology for 6th to 8th graders from low income families
DAVIDSONTennessee Voices for VictimsTo provide 24 of 36 class presentations in Sumner County's 9th grade Health and Wellness blocks on Sexting and Cyberbullying.
DAVIDSONTennessee Wildlife FederationTo provide a minimum of 82,000 pounds of organic venison to food relief agencies in Middle Tennessee.
DAVIDSONThe ALS Association Tennessee ChapterTo provide financial support to families with ALS so they can take a break from extensive and demanding caregiving tasks.
DAVIDSONThe Bridge Ministry, Inc.To provide food to children in need every weekend during the school year and summer.
DAVIDSONThe Conservancy for the Parthenon and Centennial ParkThe Conservancy is seeking support to fund 2018 Musicians Corner artist performance fees for its free events in Centennial Park.
DAVIDSONThe HELP CenterThe Help Center provides employment, counseling, education and supportive services to male and female offenders, ex-offenders and low income individuals.
DAVIDSONThe Mary Parrish CenterTo help defray the costs of healthcare, legal costs, food, and other essential emergency needs for our residents.
DAVIDSONThe Nashville Food Project, Inc.Bringing people together to grow, cook and share nourishing food, with goals of cultivating community and alleviating hunger in Nashville.
DAVIDSONThe New Beginnings CenterTo provide individualized life coaching, personal development, nutrition education & specialized fitness training for 100 low-income women for one year.
DAVIDSONThe Next DoorTo provide additional addiction treatment services for all adult women
DAVIDSONThe Onsite FoundationTo provide mental health care for military veterans so they can live a thriving and emotionally fit life.
DAVIDSONThe Porch Writers' CollectiveTo provide high quality professional writing instruction in a variety of genres to Middle Tennessee's high school writers.
DAVIDSONThe Sports FundWe seek $10,000 for the Spring round of grantmaking which will help the recipients and the kids/families they serve.
DAVIDSONThistle Farms, Inc.To provide support for incarcerated women survivors healing from abuse, violence, prostitution, trafficking, addiction and homelessness in Davidson County._x000D_
DAVIDSONTime To Rise, Inc.Increase the life chances of at-risk youth through academic acceleration and support, cultural enrichment, and access to positive role models.
DAVIDSONUnited Cerebral Palsy of Middle TNTo provide durable medical equipment and essential healthcare supplies to 2,300 individuals with all types of severe disabilities.
DAVIDSONUnited Way of Metropolitan NashvilleExpand the Imagination Library Program's Birthing Hospital Initiative to reach 1,848 newborns with 8,772 new high-quality books to advance literacy.
DAVIDSONVanderbilt University Medical CenterDevelop a program that provides knowledge, skills and mentorship to nurses in designing & implementing projects to improve community health.
DAVIDSONVolunteers of America Mid-StatesTo provide Employment & Community First CHOICES program to up to 13 people who have an intellectual or developmental disability.
DAVIDSONW.O. Smith Community Music SchoolTo provide an all-inclusive music camp experience to seventy W.O. Smith students in June 2018.
DAVIDSONWalden's PuddleTo provide quality care/treatment to Tennessee wildlife in need, with the goal of returning the rehabilitated animals to the wild.
DAVIDSONWalk/Bike NashvilleEngage and educate community groups to help them better understand and address transportation challenges faced by their neighborhood.
DAVIDSONWater City USA (Nashville Clean Water Project)To expand Nashville's Storm Drain Adoption Program, the Southeast's first smart tech solution that meets volunteers exactly where they are.
DAVIDSONWater WalkersTo provide summer employment for three at risk boys, ages fifteen to eighteen, who live in the Edgehill Homes
DAVIDSONWatkins College of Art, Design & FilmWatkins will provide meaningful summer work and internship experiences in the arts for local teens and young adults.
DAVIDSONWelcome Home MinistriesTo provide supported employment services for 100 clients seeking recovery in Welcome Home Ministries' alcohol and drug recovery support program.
DAVIDSONWest Nashville Dream CenterTo provide wellness and life skills education to 25 low-income, single mothers
DAVIDSONWestminster Home ConnectionBuilding home repair and mobility modification capacity in Maury County, collaborating with local leadership to address safe and functional housing.
DAVIDSONWorkers' Dignity Project / Dignidad ObreraTo develop leadership skills of 50 low-income young people through training in radio administration and communications with Workers' Dignity Radio.
DAVIDSONYMCA of Middle TennesseeY-MDTN's Food Program requests funds to serve meals at three of ten new sites, feeding 400 more children meals annually.
DAVIDSONYou Have the Power... Know How to Use It, Inc.This request will support existing prevention programs on child sexual abuse, acquaintance rape, domestic violence, and human trafficking, while expanding
DAVIDSONYouth VillagesTo provide critical needs and services for 20-25 youth aging out of state custody participating in Youth Villages' YVLifeSet program.
DAVIDSONYWCA Nashville & Middle TennesseeTo provide safety, housing, and case management to promote healing and self-sufficiency in 400 victims of domestic violence.
DEKALBDeKalb County Board of EducationTo provide food for in need children every weekend during the school year.
DICKSON23rd District Judicial Advocates, Inc.Purchase three washing machines and three dryers for Sober Living homes operated by the 23rd District Drug Court.
DICKSONCareNet Pregnancy Medical CenterTo provide research-and-evidence-based pregnancy health and parenting education materials through our MARY program to 120 individuals a year.
DICKSONCASA of Dickson CountyTo provide trained community volunteers who advocate for the best interests of children in foster care due to abuse/neglect.
DICKSONCharlotte Fagan United Methodist ChurchTo provide affordable, choral music education and enrichment to children and adults of all ages in Dickson and surrounding counties.
DICKSONCharlotte Middle SchoolTo provide materials / resources and incentives for social / emotional learning and character development for middle school students
DICKSONDickson Community ClinicTo provide financial assistance for medically necessary screening and diagnostic testing, referrals to specialists and medical supplies.
DICKSONDickson County Sheriff's DepartmentTo provide our community with driver safety education by purchasing a driving simulator.
DICKSONDickson Housing Authoritypromote healthy lifestyles
DICKSONDickson Police DepartmentTo provide bike safety/bike patrol for our city with education classes included.
DICKSONLonesome Pioneer ParkA program to make Lonesome Park a tangible teaching tool for all students of area schools, aligned to instructional standards.
DICKSONPromise Land Community ClubTo present a live, free performance of Gospel music during the 21st annual Promise Land Festival.
DICKSONStuart-Burns Elementary SchoolTo provide individualized remediation and enrichment that is focused on literacy, Lexile, writing, and fluency at Stuart-Burns Elementary School.
DICKSONTown of White BluffDigitally record recollections and stories from White Bluff community seniors for use as a historic archive and library reference tool.
FENTRESSBest Friends Sanctuary, Inc.To assist the low income residents of Fentress County to spay and/or neuter their pets.
FENTRESSSouth Fentress ElementaryTeaching middle school girls about setting goals, learning life, and giving their best effort while learning the game of basketball
FRANKLINAlmost Home Transitional Housing ProgramTo provide a safe transitional housing opportunity (duplex) to homeless in Franklin County.
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 County, Inc.Our primary mission is to provide food boxes for needy families in Franklin County averaging 350 per month.
FRANKLINWaiting for a Star to Fall Farm To provide medical care and rehabilitation for neglected, abandoned, abused and unwanted animals and find them appropriate homes.
FRANKLINWest Middle SchoolWest Middle School proposes to offer a program which will help meet the basic needs of economically disadvantaged students.
FRANKLINZiggy's Tree Wildlife Rehabilitation CenterTo provide care for Tennessee's orphaned or injured native wildlife with the goal of returning them to their natural habitats.
HICKMANHickman County Long Term Recovery Committee, Inc.To provide emergency home repairs or accessibility for low income, elderly or disabled individuals living in Hickman County.
HICKMANHickman Humane Society IncTo provide spay/neuter services for 125 dogs and 50 cats owned by citizens in Hickman County with limited financial means.
HICKMANWomen Are SafeTo provide court advocacy and meet other immediate needs of domestic violence victims in rural Middle TN
HOUSTONBethesda Community Mission, Inc.To provide emergency assistance with food, utilities, rent or mortgage payments and other housing options for 80 struggling families.
HUMPHREYSHumphreys County Humane SocietyTo provide funding to purchase cat towers, bowls, beds, toys and an air purifying unit for our cattery.
JACKSONFriends of Animals of Jackson CountyOur mission is this program; to provide financial assistance to fix pets belonging to Jackson County residents.
JACKSONGranville Museum, Inc.To provide an entertaining and historical view of a rural community in the 1950's.
LINCOLNBlanche SchoolTo provide instruction and performance in the Drums Alive! music and kinesthetic awareness program for k-3 students at Blanche School.
LINCOLNHumane Society of Lincoln CountyImprove the health and adoptability of shelter animals through administration of preventative treatments, diagnostic tests and behavioral assessments and training.
LINCOLNSouth Central Human Resources AgencyTo provide a nutritious noon time meal and nutrition education to seniors that are 60+ elderly or disabled.
LINCOLNSouthern Alliance for Animal Welfare / Lincoln CountyTo provide spay/neuter for dogs and cats owned by low income families.
MACONMacon Spay Neuter AssistanceTo provide affordable and convenient spay/neuter services and vaccines to a number of animals in our community
MARSHALLGovernor's Books from Birth FoundationThe Marshall County Imagination Library provides one new book per month to children birth to age five.
MAURYBoys & Girls Clubs of Maury CountyProvide tutoring by certified teachers and intensive academic mentoring to 130 high drop-out risk youth to ensure high school graduation.
MAURYCenter of HopeTo provide counseling sessions to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking.
MAURYFamily 2 FamilyTo assist families in the Mount Pleasant community to meet basic utility needs.
MAURYMaury Regional Healthcare FoundationTo bridge the gap for at-risk women battling breast cancer by providing the support and resources needed during treatment.
MAURYRural Animal Rescue Effort (RARE)The goal of our program is to offer spay/neuter assistance to as many community members as possible for their pets.
MAURYSanta Fe Unit SchoolTo provide ceramics art education to a rural population of 600 students in a culturally unexposed K through 12 school.
MONTGOMERYClarksville Entrepreneur CenterTo train 30 entrepreneurs seeking to start and/or expand their business to create jobs and stimulate the economy.
MONTGOMERYClarksville Montgomery County Arts and Heritage Development CouncilTo hire professionals to develop website and brochures for Tennessee Discovery Trails of sculptures of Tennessee symbols (mockingbirds, irises, raccoons).
MONTGOMERYManna Cafe MinistriesTo rescue 425,000 pounds of breakfast food from eleven local schools and distribute it to 14,000 low-income clients.
MONTGOMERYRoxy Productions, Inc.To support artistic salaries for JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH at the Roxy Regional Theatre in March 2018.
OVERTONExchange Club/Stephens Centerto provide child abuse and neglect prevention through in-home visitation, support, and education for 30 Spanish-speaking first-time & teen parents
OVERTONSpay Neuter Incentive Program - Overton County (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/musical productions, workshops and exhibits that involve, enrich, educate, and entertain residents from this and surrounding distressed, rural communities.
PUTNAMBryan Symphony Orchestra AssociationTo perform four free education concerts highlighting parts of Puccini's "La Bohème" for Putnam, Warren, and Cumberland county fourth-graders.
PUTNAMCookeville Regional Medical Center FoundationTo provide free lung-cancer screenings for low-income, at-risk residents of the Upper Cumberland.
PUTNAMCumberland Regional Development CorporationTo provide emergency food, toiletries, and small heaters and fans for elderly and disabled individuals, and relative caregiver families.
PUTNAMGenesis House, Inc.To provide a transitional housing option with supportive services in our lodge program for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
PUTNAMHelping Hands of Putnam CountyTo provide food assistance to low income families and families experiencing a crisis in Putnam County.
PUTNAMHumane Society of Putnam CountySpay or neuter 1800 pets belonging to low income families in the Upper Cumberland.
PUTNAMPutnam County Habitat for HumanityTo provide weatherization, minor home repairs and accessibility access for seniors living in Overton County.
PUTNAMPutnam County Senior CitizensTo encourage new activities, competition, gentle exercise and fellowship among the Senior population.
ROBERTSONCommunity Spirit Inc.Fund playwright's synopsis for new play "Wessyngton", generally based on John F. Baker Jr.'s book, "The Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation."
RUTHERFORDDiscovery Center at Murfree Spring / Children's Museum Corporation of Rutherford CountyTo support artist fees and supplies for a community mural called We are Tennessee
RUTHERFORDDomestic Violence Program, Inc.Provide free legal support services (orders of protection, court accompaniment and legal representation) for over 775 victims of domestic violence.
RUTHERFORDDoors of HopeTo provide wrap-around services for our Phase 1 female client immediately after they leave incarceration and/or residential drug rehabilitation.
RUTHERFORDElders First Adult Day Services AssociationTo promote mental and physical capabilities of 20 cognitively impaired older adults and prevent institutionalization; providing respite for their caregivers
RUTHERFORDEthos Youth EnsemblesEthos provides musically enriching opportunities for student musicians (grades 2-12), the community, and area schools through weekly instruction and concerts.
RUTHERFORDFerrell Hollow Farm Senior Horse SanctuaryTo expand our Senior Horse Sanctuary to include separate building space for Senior Cats.
RUTHERFORDHoward's HopeTo fund free organized Level I swim lessons for 750 needy children in Tennessee. RESTRICTED TO MIDDLE TN
RUTHERFORDJesse C Beesley Animal Humane FoundationTo provide care and kindness to animals through affordable spay/neuter services, preventative care, and education about responsible pet ownership.
RUTHERFORDMurfreesboro Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Association, Inc.To educate students in the art of symphonic music through school visits and free concerts with professional musicians.
RUTHERFORDPregnancy Support Center (Portico)Provide family life sexual risk avoidance education to more than 4,000 middle and high school students in Rutherford County.
RUTHERFORDRead To SucceedRead To Succeed improves lives in Rutherford County by offering free literacy programs and events for adults and children.
RUTHERFORDSaint Thomas Rutherford FoundationTo provide breastfeeding education and support to 360 mothers to increase exclusive breastfeeding and healthy outcomes for infants and mothers.
RUTHERFORDSpecial KidsTo expand Job Skills training for young adults with special needs through Special Kids' Camp Ability summer programming.
RUTHERFORDThe Journey HomeTo provide housing assistance for families living in motels, shelters, facing evictions or living in the cycle of homelessness.
RUTHERFORDUnited Way of Rutherford CountyTo build a foundation for reading and learning for Rutherford County children through access to books.
RUTHERFORDYou Can Make It Home Ownership Center IncTo expand our Homeownership Education Program to include post-purchase education (PPE) to 120 low-income households promoting sustainable, long-term homeownership.
STEWERTHumane 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.
SUMNERAshley's PlaceTo provide ongoing victim/family advocate services for children who are victims of sexual abuse and their non-offending parents.
SUMNERDecisions, Choices and Options, Inc.Provide mentoring programs and educational information on avoiding STDs and unplanned pregnancy among the high risk youth served.
SUMNERGallatin Shalom ZoneAchievement in the Making provides after school homework help/summer literacy camp, mentoring and enrichment for underserved students K thru 6th.
SUMNERSumner Spay Neuter AllianceTo provide spay/neuter to 325 community cats in Sumner County. This will significantly reduce shelter intake and euthanasia of cats.
SUMNERSumner Teen CenterTo provide cooking and nutrition workshops as well as exercise activities for 30 teen boys and girls in Sumner County.
TROUSDALEFix TrousdaleTo provide spay/neuter services to Trousdale County dogs and cats to improve animal welfare.
WARRENChildren's Advocacy Center for the 31st Judicial DistrictWe will meet the needs of identified child abuse victims through comprehensive, coordinated and compassionate intervention and recovery services.
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.
WARREHNPAUL'S Clinic Inc.In order to assist low-income individuals, Pauls Clinic will sterilize owned pets and community cats for a $10 co-pay.
WHITEWhite County Humane SocietyTo provide financial assistance to 212 pet owners who could otherwise not afford to have their pets spayed or neutered.
WILLIAMSONA.B.L.E. Youth, Inc.To provide an opportunity for eight youth in wheelchairs to participate in a competitive sports event.
WILLIAMSONAdult Learning CenterTeach non-English speaking adults how to write, speak and understand English.
WILLIAMSONARC of Williamson CountyTo provide independent living skills workshops to 50 young adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
WILLIAMSONBacklight ProductionsTo use theater and performance arts to benefit and enrich the lives of 25 adults having physical and intellectual disabilities.
WILLIAMSONBridges of Williamson CountyTo provide 8 hours of childcare per week annually for up to 35 children of domestic violence victims living in-shelter.
WILLIAMSONBrightStone, Inc.To provide respite and support to aging parents caring for dependent adult children with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
WILLIAMSONBuilding Lives FoundationTo provide housing and rehabilitation to 18 veterans suffering from or at-risk of homelessness due to addiction or mental illness.
WILLIAMSONFrank Town Open Hearts Ministry, Inc.To provide Culinary Arts skills emphasizing healthy nutrition and Life Skills (ex. budgeting) training to 50 school-age at-risk children.
WILLIAMSONGentry's Education Center at the Store Front, Inc.To provide 80 low-income students direct mental health counseling services through Positive Actions Toward Hope and Healing (PATHH).
WILLIAMSONGood Neighbor Foundation DBA Leaving The CocoonProvide re-entry needs to over 60 females...medical, rent, clothing, education, etc.
WILLIAMSONGraceworks Ministries, Inc.To provide rental or utility emergency assistance to help 80 families avoid eviction or utility disconnection.
WILLIAMSONHard Bargain Mt. Hope Redevelopment Inc.To provide repairs on the homes of 18 low-income and elderly residents in the Hard Bargain neighborhood.
WILLIAMSONHarpeth River Watershed AssociationCitizen science program focusing on community-based mapping of watershed threats and wildlife distributions
WILLIAMSONHigh Hopes, Inc.To provide much needed curricular and development assessment materials to 100+ preschool students with and without special needs, ages 1-6.
WILLIAMSONMiddle Tennessee Guitar Alliance, Inc.To provide four free concerts by world renowned classical guitarists at Vanderbilt University's Blair School of Music in 2018.
WILLIAMSONPeople For AnimalsTo provide financial assistance for spay/neuter surgery of cats and dogs to pet owners in need in Middle TN.
WILLIAMSONPlay Like A Girl!To promote sport and health-enhancing physical activity among 100 low-active middle school girls at risk of overweight and obesity.
WILLIAMSONRefuge Center for CounselingTo provide affordable counseling services to female victims of sexual abuse/trauma, including both Wounded Hearts groups and individual sessions.
WILLIAMSONRescue 1 GlobalTo provide trauma informed, holistic residential care to teenage girls that have been victims of sex trafficking.
WILLIAMSONRetrieving Independence, Inc.This program focuses on generating revenue to apply towards health care expenses allowing for savings to be passed to recipients.
WILLIAMSONTennessee Youth OrchestraMusic professionals will conduct technical skills classes for small sections (based on instrument played) of our junior and senior orchestras.
WILLIAMSONThe Well OutreachTo provide supplemental meals for 500 children/youth during the scheduled academic breaks during the 2018-2019 school year.
WILLIAMSONTucker's HouseTo assess the homes and install lifts that will make the homes safe and accessible for five children with disabilities.
WILLIAMSONUnited Way of Williamson CountyTo help at risk students improve their reading and math skills.
WILLIAMSONWilliamson County Library FoundationProviding technology for the new Tween Area in the library will allow students to learn coding, or computer programming.
WILSONCommunity Homeless Outreach & Support/The Brooks HouseTo provide preventive and corrective physical/dental/vision care and necessary medications for residents as they prepare to re-enter the workforce.
WILSONCountry K-9 RescueWe are preventing the next generation of homeless and unwanted pets in our community through this spay/neuter assistance program.
WILSONHealing Broken Vessels Inc.To provide training skills for 20 women so they become equipped and prepared for the workforce.
WILSONMt. Juliet West Wilson County Senior Citizens Service CenterTo provide a Ballroom Dance Therapy program for Seniors that provides physical benefits of improving balance, muscle and bone strength.
WILSONNew Leash on LifeTo provide spay/neuter/medical services to dogs and cats in need in Wilson, DeKalb, Smith and Cannon Counties.
WILSONSalvation Army of Wilson CountyTo provide after school and summer meals to children in the neediest neighborhood of Wilson County.

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