Morgan Wallen & Friends are raising much-needed disaster relief dollars in response to the recent severe storms and flooding in Middle Tennessee. Donations made to the Tennessee Emergency Response Fund at The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee will support nonprofits with boots on the ground helping to restore the lives of flood survivors in Humphreys, Hickman, Dickson and Houston counties.
These nonprofits are providing services to address survivors immediate needs which can include direct financial assistance, food, temporary housing, debris clean-up, animal sheltering and counseling and mental health services. Funding is also provided to organizations helping with the long-term recovery needs such as FEMA registration help, insurance mediation, legal aid, and the repairing and rebuilding of homes.
Financial gifts to the Tennessee Emergency Response Fund go back out to into our community, meaning The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee does not take any fees from gifts made to this Fund, with the exception of the fees incurred from the credit card companies.
MAKE A GIFT
Your tax-deductible gift will be reflected on your credit card statement as The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
To donate by check, make it out to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and note TERF in the memo line.
Mail your donation to:
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
P.O. Box 440225
Nashville, TN 37244
About The Tennessee Emergency Response Fund
The size and scope and circumstance of every disaster is different. The Tennessee Emergency Response Fund was created in 2008 so that our community will be prepared to handle a disaster. Through this Fund, The Community Foundation makes grants to nonprofit organizations providing vital services. Our work will, we know, free nonprofits up to concentrate on delivering those vital services while we “connect generosity with need” and our community sets out to rebuild lives.How Disaster Grantmaking Works