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2017 CAPITAL

CAMPAIGN REPORT

Artwork by Louisa Glenn


2017 GivingMatters.com Capital Campaign Report Since 2007, GivingMatters.com has produced an annual Capital Campaign Report to further the program’s mission of informing and enriching philanthropy in Middle Tennessee. The data in this report is compiled from hundreds of responses to a survey distributed to more than 1,500 nonprofits throughout Middle Tennessee, as well as from nonprofit data provided in GivingMatters.com. This report intends to: • announce new campaigns to local funders; • give donors an update on funds raised-to-date in ongoing capital campaigns; • provide information on recently completed campaigns; • share preliminary plans for capital campaigns in the next three years; and • note trends over time in Middle Tennessee. A capital campaign is defined as a fundraising effort beyond annual operating or program budgets, which is focused on the purchase of a permanent asset (land, building, major equipment) or a major renovation project. Endowment campaigns may also be part of a capital campaign. Last year, Middle Tennessee nonprofits self-reported 60 campaigns in process. This year’s report includes details from 59 organizations reporting involvement in current capital campaigns. The number of anticipated capital campaigns reported has increased from last year’s report, to 65 campaigns expected to launch in the next three years, compared to 51 campaigns reported to be in the planning stages last year. GivingMatters.com is an online resource that informs, empowers and enriches charitable giving in Middle Tennessee. GivingMatters.com furthers the cause of philanthropy in our region by promoting nonprofit transparency and putting nonprofit information at the fingertips of donors, volunteers, and community members. GivingMatters.com is an initiative of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, and is supported by the following partners: Aladdin Industries Foundation, Inc. AWC Family Foundation Baptist Healing Trust Cal Turner Family Foundation

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Trust The Frist Foundation The HCA Foundation

Joe C. Davis Foundation The Louie M. and Betty M. Phillips Foundation The Memorial Foundation, Inc. Metro Nashville Arts Commission


2017 GivingMatters.com Capital Campaign Report Analysis Total Campaigns Reported 2007: Total Campaigns Reported 2008: Total Campaigns Reported 2009: Total Campaigns Reported 2010: Total Campaigns Reported 2011:

Total Campaigns Reported 2012: Total Campaigns Reported 2013: Total Campaigns Reported 2014: Total Campaigns Reported 2015: Total Campaigns Reported 2016: Total Campaigns Reported 2017:

85 107 102 90 83

83 80 74 75 60 59

Reported Capital Campaigns Completed in 2016: 11 Reported Amount Raised for 2016 Completed Campaigns: $4,036,838 Total Goal of Current Campaigns Total Amount Raised-to-Date

$1,030,934,315 $427,436,740

Total Current Goal without Colleges/Universities Raised-to-Date without Colleges/Universities

$1,002,459,315 $399,972,540

Campaign Ranges: <$25,000: $25,000 - $99,999:

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Campaign by Organization Type: Organization Type Human Services Education Arts, Culture & Humanities Other Youth Development Animal-Related Health Food & Nutrition Senior Services

$100,000 - $999,999: $1,000,000 - $1,999,999:

# Current Campaigns 12 7 11 12 4 4 5 2 2

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$2,000,000-$9,999,999: $10,000,000-$49,000,000:

Total Campaign Goals $49,727,900 $65,102,000 $647,697,500 $22,210,000 $38,470,000 $180,360,000 $21,331,915 $3,035,000 $3,000,000

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>$50,000,000: 3


Organization Name Alive Hospice

Aphesis House, Inc.

Barefoot Republic, Inc.

Battle of Franklin Trust

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Health

Alive Hospice's capital campaign will support the construction of a new inpatient residence in Murfreesboro.

Bedford, Cheatham, Coffee, DeKalb, Rutherford

Housing, Shelter

Funds raised will go towards constructing a new permanent supportive housing (PSH) facility which will serve chronically homeless men with a history of crime and addiction.

Davidson

Youth Development

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Arts, Culture & Bravo Creative Arts Center Inc. Humanities

Bridges of Williamson County Human Services

Barefoot Republic, Inc.'s campaign will double capacity for camp and retreats through the addition of six cabins and lodge.

Goal

Raised as of March 1, 2017

Campaign Start Date

$8,100,000

$7,977,506

January 2016

$190,000

$90,000

January 2017

$1,400,000

$651,000

September 2014

$150,000

$10,000

January 2017

$20,000

$13,000

December 2016

$900,000

$15,000

January 2017

$120,000

$36,500

January 2017

Rutherford

$900,000

$2,000

January 2017

Sumner

$125,000

$70,000

January 2016

$35,000,000

$11,000

January 2016

$29,000,000

$1,400,000

October 2015

Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Franklin, Hickman, Maury, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson, Kentucky, Statewide, National

This multifaceted campagn will help restore the 19th century Spring House interior, exterior and interpretive elements and save more battlefield. The 19th century Spring House served the McGavock family at their Carnton plantation by providing fresh water & natural refrigeration Middle Tennessee, Statewide, for their food production & more green space needed. National Bravo seeks to raise funds for a new sound system for daily music rehearsals and performances. The system and technology used during the past decade is no longer viable. Davidson, Williamson Funds raised will provide transitional housing to domestic violence survivors. Williamson

Public Safety, Funds raised through the campaign will pay off a USDA loan for Cannon Disaster County Rescue Squad's new rescue truck, which was placed into service in Cannon County Rescue Squad Preparedness & Relief 2016. Cannon Funds raised will be used for the renovation of an historic building that will become Carpe Artista's training center for it arts education. Funds will also be used for programming classes in he building. Carpe Artista, Inc.

Education

Children First PreschoolHFUMC

Education

Childrens Museum Development Group

Funds will be used to renovate the preschool playground and install security cameras in classrooms and hallways.

Cheatham, Davidson, Hickman, Maury, Montgomery, Rutherford, Campaign funds will be used for land acquisition, site and facilities design, Trousdale, Williamson, Wilson Youth Development

facilities construction, exhibit development and construction and operations.

Cheatham, Davidson, Montgomery, Robertson, Monies raised will be used to renovate, update and develop Goodpasture to provide an innovative and collaborative learning space for the students, Rutherford, Sumner, parents and community. Funds will be used to purchase land, build a new Trousdale, Williamson, Wilson Christian Schools Inc.

Education

middle school, conduct renovations and updates and provide equipment to better serve students and families.


Organization Name

Colby's Army Inc.

Community Child Care Services Community Outreach Ministries

Cookeville Children's Theatre

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Goal

Raised as of March 1, 2017

Campaign Start Date

Human Services

Funds raised will be used to complete the purchase of Colby's Army's learning center: 54 acres with barn, creek, organic garden and trails where life skills are to those with life challenges, including homelessness, Cheatham, Davidson, Robertson, Sumner, Williamson depression, autism, Down Syndrome, etc.

$130,000

$12,000

December 2016

Day Care Center

Monies raised will be used to complete renovation of the playground. This includes all new play structures, shade structures, a new fence, and replacing mulch surface with Pour-In-Place rubber. Sumner

$102,000

$90,000

May 2016

Human Services

Funds raised will be used for operating expenses and the addition of another full-time minister to allow Community Outreach Ministries to continue and expand its ministry work.

Williamson

$75,000

$10,000

February 2017

Funds will go toward its loan on purchased property.

Clay, Cumberland, Dekalb, Fentress, Jackson, Overton, Putnam, Smith, Warren, White

Arts, Culture & Humanities

$225,000

$35,000

April 2016

$87,000,000

$87,374,824

July 2011

$3,500,000

$280,000

November 2016

Statewide, National, International Country Music Foundation

Arts, Culture & Humanities

The Country Music Foundation's funding goal will underwrite construction and related expenses for its state-or-the-art, 350,000-square-foot facility.

Davidson

Crossroads Campus

Discover Madison, Inc.

Dismas, Inc.

Human Services

Funds will be used to purchase property in 2017 for housing, program and commercial space, parking and green space and launch a 3-Year Expansion Project in 2018 to significantly increase the number of young adults for whom Crossroads Campus provides affordable housing, job-training, employment and comprehensive support services. Specfically, it plans to create 20 units of housing for young adults at risk of homelessness. At present, Nashville has only 40 such beds and the majority are reserved for individuals who have housing benefits through extension of foster care. Because Crossroads combines housing with employment through social enterprise, it's able to house young people who do not have housing benefits. Some of the commercial space will be used for social-enterprise initiatives and some will be leased to other businesses willing to provide job-training and employment. It also plans to expand its animal adoptions and humane education programs.

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Funds will be used to build a much-needed exhibits/programs/event center at the historic Amqui Station and Visitors Center. The space is needed to create learning opportunities and continue to serve the community with programs and special events.

Davidson

$150,000

$200

February 2017

Housing, Shelter

Dismas, Inc.'s Capital campaign seeks funding to increase its capacity to serve more male former offenders. The funds raised in the campaign are for the construction of a 23,000 sq.ft. facility on Charlotte Pike that will house 76 residents at a time. Construction is scheduled to start in August of 2017.

Davidson

$8,000,000

$2,200,000

January 2017


Organization Name

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served Cannon, Davidson, DeKalb, Rutherford, Smith, Sumner, Trousdale, Warren, Williamson, Wilson, Middle Tennessee

Mental Health & Crisis Intervention

Phase One of this capital campaign seeks to raise money to purchase land, perform site-work, build two cottages to operate programs out of, and build an adaptive playground and splash pad. Phase Two includes the construction of a community recreational building. Funds raised will go toward the building and repairing of rehabilitative care centers in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, where M23, a powerful rebel army, recently laid down arms and released over 1000 child soldiers. Campaign funds will be used to provide a solar power source, purchase land, complete a kitchen as well as a shower/latrine facility.

Fannie Battle Day Home for Children, Inc

Human Services

Monies raised-to-date in this capital campaign funded the move from Fannie Battle's previous location on Shelby Avenue to a larger, more up-todate facility. In addition to having the space to serve more children, the building offered a large indoor activity space for special events and family meetings and provided safer and more adequate parking. After completing the move in August of 2011, it expanded services from 88 children to 102. It currently serves 130 children and has one classroom that it is still planning to open. Davidson

General Federation of Women's Clubs (Brentwood Woman's Club)

Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking

Empower Me Day Camp

Exile International

Organization Type Recreational Activities and Summer Camp for Individuals with Disabilities

Global Education Center

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Greenhouse Ministries

Human Services

High Hopes, Inc.

Hope Restored Humphreys County Humane Society

Health

Food, Agriculture & Nutrition Animal Related

Goal

$3,000,000

Raised as of March 1, 2017

$1,600,000

Campaign Start Date

June 2016

International

$280,000

$347,309

December 2015

$1,816,900

$1,732,694

October 2010

Funds raised will support grants and charitable donations. Davidson, Fentress, Williamson

Cheatham, Cumberland, Davidson, Dickson, Giles, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Lawrence, Through monies raised in this campaign, major repairs have already been Marshall, Maury, made. The Global Education Center is now focusing on cosmetic changes Montgomery, Putnam, that will make its facility more appealing, while converting its gift shop Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, into an additional dance studio. It is also raising funds to improve technology for in-house performances, including permanent lighting and Stewart, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson an improved sound system. Greenhouse Ministries plans to construct a new building and buy and remodel the one where it currently resides.

Three years ago, High Hopes, Inc. moved into its $4.1 million space in Franklin, Tenn. To date, almost three quarters of this cost has been raised and paid. Funds raised during the rest of this campaign will go toward paying off remaining $1 million dollars. Hope Restored hopes to raise funds to purchase two vehicles for its project in Jacmel, Haiti. $18,000 will go toward a 12-passenger van to transport volunteers and staff between the feeding program, schools, medical clinic and office. $12,000-$15,000 will purchase a pickup truck. Monies raised will finance the addition of an outdoor cattery to the existing shelter.

$20,000

$50,000

$7,000

$7,500

July 2016

January 2016

Rutherford

$6,000,000

$300,000

September 2016

Bedford, Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Humphreys, Maury, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson

$4,100,000

$3,402,636

December 2011

$35,000

$0

March 2017

Middle Tennessee, Haiti

Humphreys

$30,000

$7,000

November 2016


Organization Name

Organization Type

Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee Education Justice & Mercy International, Inc. Human Services

Lakewood Theatre Company

LEAP ORG

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Youth Development

Lebanon Senior Citizens Center

Human Services

Manchester Municipal Arts Commission

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Maury Regional Healthcare Foundation

Health Care

Mission 615 Inc.

Human Services

Mountain Goat Trail Alliance

Recreation & Sports

Mt. Juliet West Wilson County Senior Citizens Service Center Human Services Music City Youth in the Arts / Music City Drum and Bugle Arts, Culture & Corps Humanities

Nashville Public Radio

Nashville Zoo, Inc.

Campaign Description Provided by Agency Funds will be used to build a facility for the JA Finance Park program, an experiential financial literacy program for students, grades 7-9. Goal is for $2.4-$5 million for facility build-out, along with an initial operating budget to serve up to 10,000 students each year. The campaign timeline continues to develop. Funds will be used to purchase an additional transitional living home in the Eastern European country of Moldova to house up to 15 at-risk teenage girls. Funds will be used for repairs and upgrades to Lakewood Theatre. Priorities are an additional patrons bathroom, upgrading the Green Room, and overhauling the theatre's lighting. Funds will go toward $360,000 for the down payment to complete the lease purchase of our facility. Half of our building offers youth development programs, and the other half functions as the small business incubator. Funds will be used to enlarge the Center 3000+ square feet, with improvements and repairs to the existing building to include a much larger multi-purpose room to be able to double exercise classes as well as to accommodate educational programs. Funds will go toward our organization's mission to continue providing a safe and comfortable environment for our patrons and community supporters. Funds will be earmarked to purchase a mobile medical clinic for Maury Regional Health to help at-risk and underserved individuals throughout our eight-county rural service area. Funds will be used to purchase new vans, hire new staff, purchase a building, and expand programming. Funds will go toward acquiring property on which to build the Mountain Goat Trail between Tracy City and Monteagle, Tennessee, and to create and execute community relations initiatives. Funds will be earmarked for purchasing a new facility for the Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center due to increased maintenance costs and client population at the present facility.

Counties/Areas Served

Davidson, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson

Goal

$6,500,000

Raised as of March 1, 2017

$2,500,000

Campaign Start Date

May 2017

International Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, Wilson

$180,000

$30,000

March 2016

$7,500

$2,100

February 2016

$2,000,000

$55,000

March 2013

$500,000

$200,000

July 2016

$20,000

$0

January 2017

$300,000

$101,000

January 2016

$6,000,000

$1,104,078

August 2015

$150,000

$113,105

October 2015

$2,500,000

$50,000

September 2015

$75,000

$20,000

November 2015

$4,500,000

$32,000,000

January 2012

$160,250,000

$68,456,856

June 2014

Cheatham, Davidson, Montgomery, Robertson Wilson

Bedford, Coffee, Franklin, Moore, Rutherford

Giles, Hickman, Lawrence, Lewis, Marshall, Maury, Perry, Wayne Davidson Franklin

Davidson, Sumner, Rutherford, Wilson Statewide

Funds will go toward purchasing musical instruments.

Public Media

Bedford, Cheatham, Davidson, Hickman, Maury, Montgomery, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Funds will complete the purchase of the FM license for 91.1-FM as well as Sumner, Williamson, Wilson, expand programming. Middle Tennessee

Animal Related

Funds from Nashville Zoo's Grow Wild campaign will expand the quality and care of the zoo's collection, creating world-class habitats for many new species as well as a new veterinary hospital. The expansion also will provide additional guest amenities, as the Zoo continues to serve Middle Tennessee as a leading resource for education, conservation and recreation.

Middle Tennessee, Statewide


Organization Name

National Museum of African American Music Native American Indian Association of Tennessee

Organization Type

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee

Counties/Areas Served

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Raised by corporate, individual and foundation support, funds will be used to build the physical structure of the Museum and to hire the required Davidson, Middle Tennessee, staff. Statewide

Human Services

Funds will go toward construction of a Circle of Life center, which will include a Tennessee Native American museum and a place for Indians to gather for meetings, ritual, training and activities.

Project C.A.M.P., Inc. (The Center for Courageous Kids) Human Services Rutherford County Emergency Food Bank Human Services

Safe Harbor Equine and Livestock Sanctuary

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Animal Related

Funds will be earmarked to sustain and grow The Center for Courageous Kids' campus and its services. Funds will be used: to update facilities; for new construction; to improve programs offered to campers; and to increase the number of campers served annually. To raise funds for a refrigerated truck. Funds will be used to purchase land, specifically 13 acres that includes a barn to use for rehabilitation and quarantine, at a cost of $130,000. The organizatin's founder is contributing $50,000 toward the goal if another $80,000 can be raised. Funds will be earmarked to: Remodel and reconfigure the Nashville distribution center; build a distribution center on land donated by the Benton County Commission; and acquire a building in southern Rutherford County and retrofit it with refrigerated capacity.

Human Services

Goal

Raised as of March 1, 2017

Campaign Start Date

$400,000,000

$25,000,000

April 2017

$1,100,000

$450,000

October 2001

$10,000,000

$1,390,150

January 2014

$26,000

$0

March 2017

$80,000

$0

November 2016

$20,000,000

$7,000,000

February 2015

$20,000,000

$10,769,581

January 2012

$831,915

$0

May 2017

$160,000,000

$135,000,000

March 2016

Statewide

Williamson, Kentucky, Statewide, National

Rutherford Davidson, Maury, Robertson, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson

Middle Tennessee, 9 counties in West TN

Statewide

Tennessee Aquarium

Animal Related

Funds will be focused on helping achieve four strategic priorities ahead of the Aquarium's 25th Anniversary: conservation innovation, community outreach, engaging exhibits, and increasing the endowment.

Tennessee Emergency Medical Services for Children Foundation Health

Funds will be used to provide education for paramedics and to purchase a pediatric dosing system customized to align with each EMS department's protocols. Statewide

Tennessee State Museum Foundation

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Funds will be used to fund a new free-standing museum facility on the Bicentennial Mall. The new State Museum building will expand the interpretation of Tennessee's history, art and culture through the 21st century and will include parking.

The Nashville Entrepreneur Center

Community Improvement, Capacity Building

Funds will be used to help the Center in its efforts to drive toward sustainability.

$1,800,000

$850,000

April 2015

Food, Agriculture & Nutrition

Funds will go toward building a new headquarters. This will enable current programs to better meet the increasing need in Nashville, and it will allow the organization to expand programs to use food even further for economic empowerment. Funds also will support the development of a 10acre Community Farm. Davidson

$3,000,000

$120,000

February 2017

The Nashville Food Project, Inc.

Statewide

Davidson, Statewide


Organization Name

Thistle Farms

Organization Type

Women's Issues Health, Housing, Employment, Social Enterprise

University School of Nashville Education Community Improvement, Vision 2020 Inc. Capacity Building Volunteer State College Foundation Education

West Nashville Sports League Recreation & Sports

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Thistle Farms' current Capital Campaign is focused on growing its local, national and global sales and education initiatives, as well as investing in the infrastructure that will fuel Thistle Farms' capacity to achieve selfsufficiency within the next three years. The campaign includes: remodel and expand the cafe and build a commercial kitchen and expanded storefront shop; renovate leased warehouse building on Thistle Farms campus to expand manufacturing, shipping, packing, and office space; renovate existing building to create more office space as well as an education center to host our monthly education workshops. Each of these initiatives will help us to expand our reach in order to hire more women. Davidson

Funds will be earmarked for endowment, facilities, academic initiatives, and annual giving. Funds will go toward restoration of the Historic Bank Building on Main Street in Red Boiling Springs. Funds will be used to renovate the Warf STEM Building on the Gallatin campus. Funds will be earmarked to build a custom-designed field that allows children with special needs to play baseball without the fear of injury (Miracle Field of Music City). Funds also will go toward constructing an ADA-approved playground, bathrooms and concession stand.

Williamson Medical Foundation, Inc.

Health Care

The Close to Home Campaign continues to raise funds for world-class pediatric and surgical services. Williamson Medical Center has opened the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital Vanderbilt at Williamson Medical Center, offering pediatric emergency services with eight procedure rooms. The hospital also includes pediatric inpatient services with 16 inpatient beds. The project also includes new and remodeled surgery suites to give WMC a total of 22 surgical suites to handle the almost 10,000 surgical procedures performed each year.

Youth Incorporated

Youth Development & Sports

Funds will be used for camp facility and hockey rink upgrades.

Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson

Goal

Raised as of March 1, 2017

Campaign Start Date

$3,000,000

$2,400,000

June 2015

$28,000,000

$27,300,000

July 2011

$150,000

$56,000

December 2012

$475,000

$164,200

September 2016

$1,000,000

$25,000

October 2015

$8,000,000

$4,581,501

April 2014

$70,000

$16,000

September 2016

Macon Hickman, Macon, Robertson, Sumner, Trousdale, Wilson

Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson Williamson

Rutherford


Capital Campaigns Completed in 2016 Total Amount Raised

Organization

Battle of Franklin Trust Blue Monarch Cannon County Rescue Squad Community Child Care Services Community Outreach Ministries Empower Me Day Camp General Federation of Women's Clubs (Brentwood Woman's Club) Hope Restored Manchester Municipal Arts Commission Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation Youth Incorporated

$194,000 $63,000 $36,500 $33,000 $53,000 $1,200,000 $17,000 $15,000 $31,000 $2,244,338 $150,000 $4,036,838


Anticipated Capital Campaigns 2018-2020

23rd District Judicial Advocates, Inc. Alive Hospice Aphesis House, Inc. Barefoot Republic, Inc. Battle of Franklin Trust Bellevue Harpeth Historic Association Bellevue Middle School Edible Learning Lab, Inc Blessed Revelations Blue Monarch Cannon County Rescue Squad Cervical Cancer Coalition of Tennessee Children First Preschool- HFUMC Christian Community Outreach, Inc. Colby's Army Inc Community Outreach Ministries Community Playhouse, Inc. Community Spirit Inc. Cul2vate Currey Ingram Academy East Nashville Cooperative Ministry Encore Theatre Company Faith Family Medical Center Family Affair Ministries, Inc. Fiddlers Grove Foundation, Inc.

Flourishing Families Friends Life Friends of Long Hunter State Park, Inc. Friends of Sumner Regional Medical Center, Inc. Friends of the Warner Parks, Inc. General Federation of Women's Clubs (Brentwood Woman's Club) Good Neighbor Mission and Crisis Center, Inc. Granville Museum, Inc. High Hopes, Inc. Holly Street Corporation House of Hope and New Beginnings Humane Society of Dover-Stewart County Interfaith Dental Clinic Manchester Municipal Arts Commission Manna Cafe Ministries Marriage 3N1 Mental Health Association of Middle Tennessee Minerva Foundation Nashville Symphony Association New Level Community Development Corporation Noah's Ark Society Inc. Organized Neighbors of Edgehill Partners for Healing Pathway Lending (Southeast Community Capital Corporation)

PAWS of Dale Hollow Rippavilla Plantation Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville Tennessee, Inc. Rutherford County Emergency Food Bank Rutherford County Historical Society Springboard Landings, Inc. Strick's Gift Sumner County Museum Tennessee Justice Center Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation The Heimerdinger Foundation The Journey Home Tullahoma South Jackson Civic Association Unity of Nashville Urban League of Middle Tennessee Voice of Thunder Ministry, Inc. Williamson Animal Services Inc. Youth Incorporated

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