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2018 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 nearly 1,700 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 59 campaigns in process. This year’s report includes details from 63 organizations reporting involvement in current capital campaigns. The number of anticipated capital campaigns reported has decreased from last year’s report, to 60 campaigns expected to launch in the next three years, compared to 65 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 Cal Turner Family Foundation Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Trust

Joe C. Davis Foundation Metro Nashville Arts Commission The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee The Frist Foundation

The HCA Foundation The Healing Trust The Louie M. and Betty M. Phillips Foundation The Memorial Foundation, Inc.


2018 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:

85 107 102 90 83 83

Total Campaigns Reported 2013: Total Campaigns Reported 2014: Total Campaigns Reported 2015: Total Campaigns Reported 2016: Total Campaigns Reported 2017: Total Campaigns Reported 2018:

80 74 75 60 59 63

Reported Capital Campaigns Completed in 2017: 28 Reported Amount Raised for 2017 Completed Campaigns: $40,431,324 Total Goal of Current Campaigns Total Amount Raised-to-Date

$2,751,394,500 $2,251,845,840

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

$2,451,394,500 $2,101,845,840

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 Environment Health Food & Nutrition Senior Services

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

# Current Campaigns 7 6 7 17 5 10 2 5 2 2

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

Total Campaign Goals $37,626,000 $314,630,000 $115,175,000 $30,600,000 $48,510,000 $180,393,800 $2,002,884,700 $14,225,000 $4,100,000 $3,250,000

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>$50,000,000: 3


Organization Name

Organization Type

Belcourt Theatre Inc.

Belmont University

Benton Hall Academy

Building Lives Foundation

Counties/Areas Served

Arts, Culture & Humanities Arts, Culture & Humanities

Funds will go toward completing the build out and furnishing of two new buildings that will be the future home of our center. We are to break ground on the Clarksville location in January or February 2018, followed by construction starting on our new building in Nashville in April 2018. Funds will go toward restoring key historic structures on property, to further integrate the exploration of American slavery tours, to reclaim a piece of Franklin Battlefield, and to build the Battle of Franklin endowment. Belcourt Theatre is in a campaign to renovate and preserve the Belcourt Theatre for the next 90 years.

Human Services

Belmont University has announced its largest, most extensive fundraising campaign in the institution's 126-year history. Centered on the theme "We Believe" and intended to raise and invest $300 million, the campaign builds on the momentum garnered through Belmont's quasquicentennial anniversary and focuses attention on five areas that are key to the University's Vision 2020 strategic priorities, including scholarships, faculty support, and missions. The $300 million campaign will include total money raised through December 31, 2020. In addition to private and corporate giving, the University will match endowment gifts between $25,000 and $1.5 million with unrestricted income to double the donor's impact. Thanks to strong economic management and cost control, Belmont is able Statewide, to partner with supporters to invest in the nonprofit institution's future. Nationwide

Education

Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Hickman, Lawrence, Lewis, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, BHA is currently searching for a new permanent location. We have moved Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, to a new rental facility on Franklin Pike in Nashville, TN. We are seeking a Trousdale, White, Williamson, permanent location with 10 classrooms, a gym, a cafeteria, and 5-6 offices. Wilson

Housing, Shelter

Funding will be used to renovate our residential housing facility, which includes a new roof, enclosing the screened-in deck to create a permanent dining room, replacing one bathroom and refurbishing two others, new Davidson, Dickson, Maury, flooring throughout, and enclosing a carport to provide additional storage. Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, The remaining funds will be used to pay off the mortgage. Wilson, Middle Tennessee

Autism Foundation of Tennessee / Autism Education and Therapy Center Health

Battle of Franklin Trust

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Cheekwood

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Childrens Museum Development Group

Youth Development

Davidson, Montgomery, Williamson

Goal

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Campaign Start Date

$500,000

$0

January 2018

Statewide, Nationwide

$1,600,000

$756,408

July 2017

Davidson

$5,000,000

$4,525,000

April 2015

$300,000,000

$150,000,000

April 2016

$1,000,000

$38,000

November 2017

$250,000

$75,000

January 2018

$30,000,000

$22,000,000

July 2016

$35,000,000

$11,000

January 2016

Cheekwood aims to raise $30 million through The Cheekwood Campaign. $20 million will be used to build its endowment; $10 million will be used to establish capital reserve and working funds, address deferred restoration, renovate the Frist Learning Center, to improve the Carell Woodland Sculpture Trail (adding an ADA-accessible loop), and to build a two-acre Children's Garden. Davidson Williamson, Davidson, Cheatham, Hickman, Maury, Funds will go toward land acquisition, site and facilities design, facilities Montgomery, Rutherford, construction, exhibit development and construction, and operations. Trousdale, Wilson


Organization Name

Christian Schools Inc.

Clarksville Entrepreneur Center Community Homeless Outreach & Support/The Brooks House Crieve Hall Youth Athletic Association

Cumberland-View Towers Inc

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Recreation & Sports

The first phase of our "Shining Futures" capital campaign seeks $11 million to build a middle school building equipped with a collaborative idea center, open space, audio/visual engineering center, entrepreneur/innovation lab, missions center and 16 classrooms. A gymnasium will be constructed and updates will be made to the campus grounds. Our "Planning For Our Future" capital campaign aims to raise $360,000 to create new and expanded opportunities for small businesses and entrepreneurs that will fortify our communities, positively impact our area's economy. Funds will go toward building a large storage facility on our property to store donations, which are used to help our residents when they transition to their own housing. Funds will go toward major renovations and repairs, including new fencing and gates at all of our fields. The Hailey North field needs to be completely gutted and redone.

Human Services

Cumberland View Towers has a great need to replace all of the windows in the 151 apartment units as well as the hall windows on each of the 11 floors. Many of the 38-year-old windows are leaking water and air from the outside, making it uncomfortable for the residents, creating damage to the building, and causing inefficient heating and cooling. The cost to replace all windows is $198,000. A new bus is also needed to transport the seniors to the grocery store, pharmacy, doctor appointments, and the like. The cost for a new bus is $70,000. New lighting is needed at a cost of $60,000. Davidson, Statewide

Education Community Improvement, Capacity Building

Housing, Shelter

Deer Run Retreat Center

Youth Development

Discover Tennessee, Inc.

Animal-Related

Cheatham, Davidson, Robertson, Sumner, Wilson, Middle Tennessee

Campaign Start Date

$11,000,000

$6,000,000

September 2015

$360,000

$23,610

March 2017

Wilson

$25,000

$0

January 2018

Davidson

$25,000

$0

October 2017

$750,000

$55,000

January 2018

$4,000,000

$1,800,000

January 2015

$30,000

$14,000

September 2017

$10,300,000

$6,300,000

January 2017

$600,000

$278,000

July 2017

$2,000,000,000

$1,890,000,000

January 2012

Montgomery

Funds will go toward construction of The Refuge, a multi-use building with accommodations for 400 people. The Refuge will include an auditorium, meeting space/ worship center, kitchen, dining room, and health center. The campaign will also provide funds necessary to expand the capacity of overnight camper and retreat guest cabins. Statewide, Kentucky, Nationwide Davidson, Cheatham, Maury, Funds raised will go toward purchasing a transport vehicle for Freedom Montgomery, Williamson, Ride. Wilson

Dismas, Inc.

Housing, Shelter

Domestic Violence Program, Inc.

Housing, Shelter

The Dismas House of Nashville's expansion project encompasses the construction, acquisition of land, and soft costs associated with building and furnishing a 76-bed, 23,000-square-foot residential campus that will Davidson, Middle Tennessee, serve annually upward of 200 formerly incarcerated men. Statewide Funds will go toward remodeling our Emergency Safe shelter for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victims. The shelter was built in 2003 and is in need of new paint, flooring, maintenance and updated furnishings. Our goal is to have the project completed by 2021 for our 35th Jubilee Celebration. Rutherford

Environment

Wetlands are the lifeblood of nature. Yet, the relationship between wetlands and the wildlife and people who depend on them is fragile. To fulfill our vision for a secure future for wetlands and wildlife, we aim to raise $2 billion by 2018 to safeguard hundreds of thousands of acres of vital wetlands and associated upland habitat.

Ducks Unlimited Inc.

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Goal

Continental


Organization Name

Empower Me Day Camp

Exotic Avian Sanctuary of Tennessee Inc. / EAST

Family and Children's Service

Focus on Cumberland County Animal Shelter - FOCCAS

Global Education Center

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Human Services

Phase One of this capital campaign seeks to raise $3 million to purchase land in Lebanon, Tennessee, build two cottages in which to operate our programs, and cover any other sitework and fees unable to be donated or in-kind. Empower Me purchased 25.45 acres of land on South Hartmann Drive in October of 2017. Phase Two includes the contruction of a community recreational building.

Animal-Related

The new generation of the Exotic Avian Sanctuary of Tennessee is moving to a five-acre site in Hermitage, Tennessee, just minutes from Nashville. We will add a number of enhancements to our current capabilities, including: a 40 x 70 climate-controlled, multipurpose main building with space for acclimation and quarantine for new birds, restrooms for guests and volunteers, a kitchen, a staff office, sanitary food storage, and most importantly, indoor aviaries with access to outdoor aviaries for fresh air and sunshine; flight aviaries for our flocks of birds, including those with special needs; public structures such as a gazebo for visitors, and a pavilion for volunteers, staff and visitors to enjoy lunch, social and educational activities; fencing, signage, security monitoring, landscaping (including water features) and parking; and greenhouse and gardens to grow vegetables and fruit so that our parrots can enjoy a sustainable source of organic food. Davidson

Cannon, Davidson, DeKalb, Rutherford, Smith, Sumner, Trousdale, Warren, Williamson, Wilson, Middle Tennessee

Bedford, Cannon, Cheatham, Coffee, Davidson, Dickson, Franklin, Giles, Hickman, Houston, Humphrey, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Perry, Robertson, Rutherford, Steward, Sumner, Trousdale, Wayne, Williamson, Wilson, Cumberland

Human Services

FCS has purchased property for a new facility just one mile from our current location at 2400 Clifton Avenue, 1 ½ blocks off of Charlotte Avenue. We have launched a "Diamond Anniversary" $12 million capital campaign to pay for the rehabilitation of the 32,000 square foot, steelframed warehouse into the Center for Children and Families.

Animal-Related

This capital campaign's purpose is to fund the construction of a new facility for the county animal shelter. The goal is to provide the county's homeless pets with a safe, climate controlled, healthy and humane place to stay while waiting for transport or adoption. We also hope to increase awareness of the county's overpopulation problem & to encourage responsible pet ownership Cumberland

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Cheatham, Cumberland, Davidson, Dickson, Giles, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Lawrence, Marshall, Maury, Funds will go toward replacing flooring and floor joists and adding a fourth Montgomery, Putnam, dance studio and cosmetic changes that will make our facility more Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, appealing and improve technology for in-house performances (permanent Stewart, Sumner, Williamson, lighting, improved sound system). Wilson

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Goal

Campaign Start Date

$3,000,000

$2,100,000

June 2016

$150,000

$60,000

October 2017

$12,000,000

$10,000,000

September 2015

$350,000

$323,000

October 2017

$75,000

$7,500

January 2016


Organization Name

Organization Type

Global Sanctuary for Elephants Animal-Related

Harvest Hands Community Development Corporation

High Hopes, Inc. Humane Society of Dickson County Humane Society of Lincoln County Humphreys County Humane Society

HWEN Corporation

Youth Development

Men of Valor

Funds will go toward building Phase II of construction that will allow us to rescue African elephants. This includes miles of elephant proof fencing, an additional Elephant Care Center, and purchasing large equipment for development of facilities. Completing this construction will allow for the rescue of three to four compatible female African elephants, who are currently waiting for rescue. International Funds will be used for renovating and transforming our old community center in Wedgewood-Houston into a cafe that will serve the coffee from our micro-business. This will employ more students and adults in our community through jobs at the cafe and through increased production due to increased demand. Davidson

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Goal

Campaign Start Date

$610,800

$110,000

March 2018

$510,000

$300,000

September 2017

$4,000,000

$2,300,000

April 2017

$1,000,000

$600,000

January 2015

Animal-Related

Animal-Related

Funds will go toward purchasing a cargo van for transporting animals to local clinics, mainly spay/neuter, and rescue transports.

Lincoln

$25,000

$800

February 2018

Animal-Related

Funds will go toward adding an outdoor cattery to the existing shelter.

Humphreys

$30,000

$20,000

November 2016

Community Improvement, Capacity Building

Funds will go toward restoring Nashville's beloved and iconic dragon sculpture in Fannie Mae Dees Park (aka:Dragon Park) in Hillsboro Village. HWEN's "Save Our Dragon" campaign will go toward paying for the stabilization and mosaic repair of this Nashville landmark.

Davidson

$200,000

$100,000

May 2016

$3,000,000

$700,000

December 2016

$198,000

$58,000

January 2016

$11,300,000

$5,622,000

January 2008

$2,500,000

$100,000

September 2015

$1,800,000

$1,350,000

March 2016

Health

Funds will go toward building a new 8,000-square-foot facility for a new experiential program, JA Finance Park. Funds will be used to build a covered arena for our students, so we can hold more of our horse therapeutic riding classes. We have to cancel a lot of classes due to rain, extreme heat and cold weather conditions. We also are planning two fundraisers: a golf tournament and a music event, plus writing grant requests.

Animal-Related

Crime & Legal Related

Mt. Juliet West Wilson County Senior Citizens Service Center Human Services

Mustard Seed Ranch

Counties/Areas Served

Funds will go toward doubling our square footage with an addition to our current building. The total cost for the construction project is $5.2 million, and we have a goal of raising $4 million. Middle Tennessee Funds will match private donations directed to building and furnishing a new shelter. Dickson, Hickman, Houston

Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee Youth Development

Maury Magic Riders, Inc.

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Other: Home for Children

Funds will be used to build a new MOV Center, which will include staff offices, counseling and meeting rooms, as well as a full multipurpose gym as well as apartments and duplexes for the men, women and children we serve.

Bedford, Cheatham, Coffee, Davidson, Dickson, Franklin, Houston, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Rutherford, Stewart, Sumner, Warren, Williamson, Wilson, Fentress, Marshall, Cannon, Putnam, Robertson, Lincoln

Giles, Hickman, Lawrence, Marshall, Maury, Williamson

Davidson, Williamson, Wilson, Rutherford, Sumner, Trousdale

Funds will be used to acquire a new facility for the Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center. We are growing beyond our current facility capacity, and the Wilson, Davidson, Sumner, maintenance on a building this age is increasing. Rutherford We currently have three homes serving a capacity of 21 children from the ages of 5-18 who have experienced neglect or abuse. Funds from the current "Seed Sower" capital campaign will go to building two additional homes serving 16 additional children. Putnam


Organization Name

Nashville Inner City Ministry, Inc.

Nashville Steam Preservation Society

Nashville Youth Sports Club, Inc.

Nashville Zoo, Inc.

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Youth Development

Funds will go toward purchasing and renovating a facility large enough to house all of our staff and services in an area of town that would be comfortable for volunteers and inner-city families to assemble. Now that we have identified a location that will accommodate our needs, it is our intention to begin phase development as funding is secured.

Davidson, Rutherford

Education

Funds will go toward relocating and beginning the restoration of steam locomotive 576, long a fixture in Centennial Park. In July 2016, the organization was approved by the Parks Board and Council to enter into a long-term renewable lease agreement to restore and operate the locomotive to pull excursion trains out of Nashville. An Initial expenditure of $500,000 is required to begin this restoration process.

Davidson, Wilson, Middle Tennessee

Religion-Related

In order for us to accomplish our mission (Promoting the Discovery of Jesus Christ Through Sports), we must have: "Leaders to Lead, Places to Play, and Athletes Involved." Therefore, money raised will be used for: Adding staff, compensating coaches, paying for facility space, and providing more financial assistance/scholarships to athletes.

Animal-Related

$5,200,000

August 2013

$500,000

$229,000

January 2017

Middle Tennessee

$50,000

$6,000

October 2017

The "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 animal health center. The expansion will also provide additional guest amenities, as the Zoo continues to serve Middle Tennessee as a leading resource for education, conservation, and recreation. Middle Tennessee

$165,000,000

$73,359,731

June 2014

$48,000,000

$28,000,000

January 2011

$600,000

$495,000

June 2017

$3,500,000

$1,431,219

March 2014

$1,130,000

$560,000

January 2018

$200,000

$93,000

May 2015

$1,000,000

$898,000

August 2014

National Museum of African American Music

Arts,Culture & Humanities

Nations Ministry Center

Human Services

Employment

The "Preserving the Promise" capital campaign's purpose is to fund the $2.5 million purchase of our building and $1 million in renovations to make the facility more attractive to the general public and especially for women veterans and families.

Education

PENCIL's "Capacity Building" campaign is in response to growing needs from MNPS to increase engagement between businesses and schools, get more supplies in the hands of teachers, and mentor more students to take and pass industry certification exams. More PENCIL Partners means more students achieving success. Davidson

PENCIL Foundation

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

Preserve Lindsley Avenue Now Inc. Religion- Related

PLAN's purpose and mission is to restore and expand the historic Lindsley Avenue Church building. The current capital campaign seeks $200,000 to complete the repair and restoration of the exterior of the 1894 church building, including the stained glass windows.

Davidson

Progress Inc.

The purpose of the capital campaign is to build additional staff office(s) and a training room.

Cheatham, Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson

Human Services

Campaign Start Date

$6,000,000

"Rhapsody-n-Rhythm" is the campaign to build and sustain the National Museum of African American Music, a 21st century museum dedicated to the numerous contributions African Americans have made in music around the world. The campaign will fund the museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s program and exhibition design, fabrication and installation of exhibits, a multifaceted educational program, artifact acquisition, museum management and multiyear operations of the facility in addition to providing the foundation for a robust endowment. Statewide, Nationwide Funds will go toward renovating and providing an operating reserve for a Refugee Center. Davidson

Operation Stand Down Tennessee

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Goal


Organization Name

Refuge Center for Counseling

Organization Type

Mental Health & Crisis Intervention

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Rutherford, Williamson, Davidson, Maury, Sumner, Funds will go toward building a 15,000-square-foot lodge-like facility on Cheatham, Dickson, Marshall, five acres of land, featuring walking trails, a healing garden, and spaces for Hickman, Giles, Humphreys, relaxation, processing, and clinical activities that would allow us to provide Lawrence, Montgomery, 36,000 counseling sessions each year. Robertson, Wilson

Rutherford County Primary Care & Hope Clinic

Health Care

Sam Davis Memorial Association

Arts,Culture & Humanities

The "Building Hope" capital campaign will support construction and equipment costs for a new 20,000-square-foot health center facility in Smyrna. Land has been purchased, and the project design is being finalized. This project will increase access to primary medical and behavioral health services in northern Rutherford County. The PC&HC Smyrna office relocated in 2016 to expand access and has experienced a 174% increase in the number of patients served. Increasing growth in Rutherford County and continued demand for affordable, compassionate, quality health care has prompted us to pursue building a new PC&HC Smyrna campus. Rutherford, Cannon, Bedford Bedford, Cannon, Davidson, Funds will go toward restoring the Historic Home and all the other Rutherford, Williamson, Wilson, buildings on the property. Statewide

Human Services

Bedford, Cannon, Cheatham, Clay, Coffee, Davidson, DeKalb, Dickson, Franklin, Giles, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Macon, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Overton, Perry, Pickett, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Stewart, Sumner, Trousdale, Warren, Wayne, White, Williamson, Wilson, Middle We are raising funds to remodel and reconfigure our Martin Distribution Tennessee, Benton, Cannon, Center, build a distribution center in Camden and secure a facility in Carroll, Chester, Decatur, Rutherford County - to increase our capacity and more efficiently and Gibson, Hardin, Henderson, effectively serve food to insecure individuals in our 46-county service area. Henry, Weakley

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee

The campaign is to raise $30,000 for the production of a three-part, sixhour seminar to teach public safety professionals in three critical areas: 1, understanding trauma, the impact, and how to address the post-traumatic Other: Public Safety symptoms; 2, understanding family relationship; and 3, understanding Serve & Protect Emotional Wellness budgeting and financial management for public safety professionals. Statewide Cheatham, Davidson, We are raising funds to purchase computers for our hands-on workshops Montgomery, Rutherford, featuring the Ecosystem, an exceptional business development tool. With Williamson, Wilson, Middle Service Corps of Retired Other: Small business these computers, we will be able to continue our mission of providing free Tennessee Executives Association/SCORE success mentoring for entrepreneurs and small businesses.

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Goal

Campaign Start Date

$4,000,000

$0

January 2018

$5,000,000

$541,000

January 2018

$500,000

$0

March 2018

$20,000,000

$8,000,000

February 2015

$30,000

$5,000

February 2018

$10,000

$0

April 2018


Organization Name

Tennessee Aquarium

Organization Type

Animal-Related

Tennessee Emergency Medical Services for Children Foundation Health Care

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Bedford, Cannon, Cheatham, Clay, Coffee, Cumberland, Davidson, DeKalb, Dickson, Fentress, Franklin, Giles, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Macon, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Overton, Perry, Pickett, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, We are focused on four strategic priorities: 1. Freshwater Conservation; 2. Stewart, Sumner, Trousdale, Van Science Education Programming; 3. Engaging Exhibits; and 4. Endowment Buren, Warren, Wayne, White, Increases Williamson, Wilson

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Goal

Campaign Start Date

$13,000,000

$373,430

January 2017

$725,000

$0

May 2017

Davidson, Van Buren, Warren, Middle Tennessee, Statewide

$2,884,700

$1,960,000

October 2017

Davidson

$1,000,000

$450,000

June 2017

$30,000,000

$21,900,000

January 2016

$4,000,000

$2,350,000

August 2017

$26,000

$6,500

January 2018

$1,000,000

$1,000

March 2018

Funds will go toward ensuring children receive correct dosage of lifesaving drugs. Why? A study of drug dosing errors by Tennessee paramedics showed only a 52% accuracy rate. Funds will be used to provide education and to purchase a pediatric dosing system customized to align to each EMS department's protocols. Statewide Funds will go to five capital campaigns, which aim to create and add land to existing parks and wildlife management areas in addition to one major conservation easement (privately held land): Rock Island SP: $224,000; JCLT Easement: $35,000; Canton Pass Park: $715,400; Fall Creek Falls to Virgin Falls: $1,160,300; Chickasaw Bluff: $750,000.

Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation Environment

Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry

Human Services

The Conservancy for the Arts,Culture & Parthenon and Centennial Park Humanities

Funds will go toward building a transitional duplex for 16 women leaving incarceration and two house managers. This will provide a safe place to enter a holistic program providing housing, job training, job placement, mental health services, mentoring, and a 12-step program. The Conservancy is partnering with the City and Metro Parks to revitalize Centennial Park and transform this cultural landmark into a walkable, urban green space.

Statewide, Nationwide, International

The Shower Truck/Shower Up Human Services

The Nashville Food Project's ongoing capital campaign seeks to build a new headquarters and community farm site, which will transform our city through the power of food by: growing existing TNFP programs to meet increasing community need; nourishing our neighbors in the West Nashville neighborhood surrounding these sites; expanding educational programs in response to changing community needs. Davidson Funds will go toward a second mobile shower unit for Nashville. In the past seven months our mobile shower truck has served over 800 people experiencing homelessness. A second unit would allow us to serve 2,500 or Davidson, Rutherford, more people in the coming year. Williamson, Middle Tennessee

Turnip Green Creative Reuse

Funds will go toward a new building, since our current space is being sold in a year. Our goal is to purchase a building that is accessible to our community and large enough to house the thousands of pounds we receive in donated materials each week that are diverted from the landfill and redistributed to teachers, students, and creatives in Nashville. Davidson

The Nashville Food Project, Inc.

Food, Agriculture & Nutrition

Education


Organization Name

Organization Type

Vision 2020 Inc.

Community Improvement, Capacity Building

West Nashville Dream Center

Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy

West Nashville Sports League World Hunger Team, Inc.

Recreation & Sports Food, Agriculture & Nutrition

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Funds will go toward restoring the Historic Bank Building on Main Street. Macon, Clay, Kentucky Funds will go toward purchasing the buildings that make up our organization. We are currently in a lease/rental agreement with another organization and know that to secure our future, we need to purchase our physical space. Davidson Davidson, Williamson, Wilson, Funds will go toward building a specialized baseball field for children with Sumner, Cheatham, Rutherford, special needs in Middle Tennessee. Dickson Funds will go toward building our prototype greenhouse units for testing.

Davidson

Goal

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Campaign Start Date

$150,000

$68,000

December 2012

$300,000

$0

March 2018

$1,500,000

$290,617

October 2017

$100,000

$1,025

October 2017


Capital Campaigns Completed in 2017 Organization

Battle of Franklin Trust Bravo Creative Arts Center Inc. Children First Preschool- HFUMC Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation Community Servants, Inc. Exile International Friends of Warner Parks, Inc. Gigi's Playhouse, Inc. Hope Smiles Humane Society of Lincoln County Lakewood Theatre Company Larkspur Conservation Lebanon Senior Citizens Center Manchester Municipal Arts Commission Manna's Hana Riding Center, Inc. Nashville Youth Sports Club, Inc. Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry The Minerva Foundation The Nashville Entrepreneur Center The Refuge Retreat & Conference Center The Shower Truck/Shower Up Thistle Farms, Inc. University School of Nashville Volunteer State College Foundation Volunteers of America Mid-States Youth Incorporated

Total Amount Raised

$ 200,000 $ 13,000 $ 70,000 $ 201,490 $ 11,650 $ 347,309 $ 190,000 $ 125,000 $ 15,000 $ 6,500 $ 2,100 $ 200,000 $ 200,000 $ 17,000 $ 10,253 $ 20,000 $ 228,538 $ 1,200,000 $ 74,000 $ 850,000 $ 7,950 $ 20,000 $ 2,965,535 $ 29,499,999 $ 414,000 $ 3,500,000 $ 42,000 $ 40,431,324


Anticipated Capital Campaigns 2019-2021

Adventure Science Center Nashville After Deployment American Baptist Theological Seminary ASMT, Inc. (Autism Tennessee)

Humane Society of Dickson County Humane Society of Lincoln County International Outreach Ministries Leadership Clarksville

Restore Small Groups Retrieving Independence, Inc. Rise Up, Tennessee Serve & Protect

Athletes Can Think Too, Inc. Battle of Franklin Trust Carpe Artista, Inc. Children's Advocacy Center for the 31st Judicial District Christian Schools Inc. Clarksville Montgomery County Arts & Heritage Development Council Community Helpers of Rutherford County Community Servants, Inc. Don't Follow Me Inc. East Nashville Hope Exchange, Inc. FALL Fellowship of Christian Athletes Focus on Cumberland County Animal Shelter - FOCCAS Friends of Warner Parks, Inc. Gentry's Education Center at the Store Front, Inc. Helping Animals of Warren County

Linden Waldorf School Loaves and Fishes Manchester Municipal Arts Commission Manna Cafe Ministries Manna's Hana Riding Center, Inc. Moves & Grooves, Inc. Murfreesboro Rescue Mission Inc. My Friend's House Family and Children Services Inc. Nashville Dolphins (Dolphin Aquatics) Nashville Steam Preservation Society Old Friends Senior Dogs, Inc. Operation Song Papillion Center for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Pet Community Center Planned Parenthood of Middle & East Tennessee Poverty and the Arts

Service Corps of Retired Executives Association/SCORE Smyrna Senior Citizens, Inc. Star Ministries Sumner Teen Center Tennessee Justice Center Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry Tennessee Respite Coalition The Heimerdinger Foundation The Joseph School Inc. The Shalom Foundation The Shower Truck/Shower Up Turnip Green Creative Reuse Voice of Thunder Ministry, Inc. W.O. Smith Community Music School World Hunger Team, Inc.

2018 capital campaign report sent to vendor  
2018 capital campaign report sent to vendor