The following 40 Grantees received a total $185,600 in our 2018-19 discretionary grant cycle.
A Step Ahead Foundation of Middle Tennessee Inc.: To provide free long-acting reversible contraception to 88 mothers under 25 years old by partnering with local health clinics.
Advocates for Women’s and Kids’ Equality (AWAKE) Inc.: To expand an educational opportunity for healthy relationships and finances to serve young women across middle Tennessee.
Amelia’s Closet: To provide a mobile outreach service, in addition to our storefront operation, to assist women with transportation barriers.
Center of Hope: To provide therapeutic counseling to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking & human trafficking.
Community Homeless Outreach & Support/The Brooks House: BH provides preventive and corrective physical/dental/vision exams/medications for residents as intake processing and follow-up treatment in preparation for workforce entry.
Domestic Violence Program, Inc.: Provide a Mobile Sexual Assault Nurses Exam (SANE) program to improve sexual assault services in community and provide 50 exams.
End Slavery Tennessee: To provide intensive and full spectrum aftercare services for 200 human trafficking survivors.
Epic Girl, Inc.: To use screening and case management to recruit, retain and link 200 girls in detention to EPIC Girl’s programs.
Faith Family Medical Center: To provide 68 comprehensive, quality, primary health care visits to women in Davidson County who are uninsured or underinsured.
Families 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.
Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee, Inc.: Troop 6000 provides traditional Girl Scout Troop experiences in several troop locations to homeless girls in Davidson County.
Girls on the Run of Middle Tennessee: To provide 113 girls from low income families the opportunity to participate in a life changing research-based character development program.
Haven of Hope: To provide enhanced domestic and sexual violence victim services in undeserved rural counties through case management, counseling, and housing assistance.
Healing Housing, Inc.: To provide a safe home and supportive services for 14 underprivileged women in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
Hope Clinic for Women: To provide well-women, STD testing/Pap exams for 40 low-income, underserved women who would otherwise not have access to care.
Matthew Walker Health Center: To provide screening mammograms for uninsured women in Clarksville and Smyrna.
Middle Tennessee Fund for Women and Girls: To provide salary negotiation training to working women from Middle Tennessee at sites located in Rutherford County and Davidson County.
Miriam’s Promise: To provide assistance for basic needs to low-income moms during crisis pregnancies while providing pregnancy counseling free of charge.
Nashville Diaper Connection: The “No Child Wet Behind” program provides baby diapers to mos that otherwise might not have them.
NeedLink Nashville: To help 30 low-income women who are pregnant or have newborn babies under 6-months avoid homelessness and/or utility disconnection.
Nurses for Newborns of Tennessee: To prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect through home visitation by registered nurses.
Pathway 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.
Play Like a Girl!: To provide access to STEM education in a sports context for 150 rising ninth grade girls from low-income households.
Rejoice School of Ballet: Rejoice Ballet empowers youth by training, nurturing and celebrating dancers from diverse racial, socioeconomic, cultural and developmental backgrounds.
Renewal House, Inc.: To provide trauma-informed, gender-specific intensive outpatient addiction treatment for 70 low-income women, including specialized programming for pregnant and postpartum mothers.
Rest Stop Ministries, Inc.: Providing long-term residential restorative care to adult female survivors of sex trafficking in a trauma-informed community of holistic healing support.
Saint Thomas Health Foundation: To bring life-saving screening mammography to 72 uninsured/underserved women in Bedford, Coffee, and Warren Counties through a mobile mammography outreach.
Sexual Assault Center: To provide therapy and support for 24 low-income girls under 18 years old, affected by sexual assault/abuse.
Starlings Nashville: To provide a program that will encourage leadership skills for underserved youth ages 5-18.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Early Childhood Education: To provide four one-year scholarships to four children ages 6-weeks to 4 years for safe quality early childhood education.
The F.I.N.D. Design: To provide programming for 75 Antioch girls that focus on healing and restoring relationships with one’s self, community and police.
The Hope Station, Inc.: To provide rental and utility assistance to single working mothers with minor children in Davidson and Rutherford Counties.
The Mary Parrish Center: To help defray the costs of healthcare, legal costs, food, and other essential emergency needs for our residents.
The New Beginnings Center: To provide 130 low-income women with 9,360 hours of wellness coaching that improves physical fitness, health and quality of life.
The Next Door: To provide addiction treatment services for all adult women.
Thistle Farms, Inc.: To provide housing, healthcare, and job training to 29 women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
Wings Of Courage: To provide escape bags for all victims of domestic violence in Nashville/ Middle Tennessee.
Women Are Safe: To improve the safety of children and adults who receive services at our Domestic Violence Outreach Office.
You Have the Power… Know How to Use It, Inc.: To support existing prevention programs on child sexual abuse, bullying, acquaintance rape, domestic violence, human sex trafficking, and elder abuse.
YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee: To provide safety, housing, and case management to promote healing and self-sufficiency in 500 victims of domestic violence.