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2019 CAPITAL

CAMPAIGN REPORT


2019 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 1,800 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 63 campaigns in process. This year’s report includes details from 77 organizations reporting involvement in current capital campaigns. The number of anticipated capital campaigns reported has decreased from last year’s report, to 50 campaigns expected to launch in the next three years, compared to 60 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.


2019 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: Total Campaigns Reported 2018: Total Campaigns Reported 2019:

85 107 102 90 83 83

80 74 75 60 59 63 77

Reported Capital Campaigns Completed in 2018: 22 Reported Amount Raised for 2018 Completed Campaigns: $44,356,380 Total Goal of Current Campaigns: $1,161,156,578 Total Amount Raised-to-Date: $671,613,471 Total Current Goal without Colleges/Universities: $558,656,578 Raised-to-Date without Colleges/Universities: $279,593,471 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 Housing & Shelter

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

# Current Campaigns 18 8 7 4 5 2 2 7 4 1 6

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

Total Campaign Goals $52,503,321 $63,217,800 $11,532,500 $16,650,000 $21,793,257 $195,500,000 $450,000 $40,820,000 $23,528,000 $12,000,000 $15,005,000

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>$50,000,000: 4


Organization Name

American Cancer Society, Inc.

Organization Type

Human Services

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

The Society is launching a $2.5 million capital campaign to renovate Nashville's Memorial Foundation Hope Lodge. The Lodge faces its 15th year in operation and is the Society's sixth busiest Lodge in the country. The current facility has become outdated and is showing the effects of constant use in ways that impact the quality of guest experiences.

Counties/Areas Served

Raised as of March 1, 2019

Goal

Campaign Start Date

Middle Tennessee, Statewide

$

2,500,000

$

615,000

January 2019

Middle Tennessee

$

1,000,000

$

39,000

October 2018

Angel Heart Farm is currently working on our capital campaign to purchase our own farm. Our budget will be cut by 30% and we will be able to implement more programs to serve children and families battling cancer. Investing funds into our own farm will allow AHF to be a strong source of healing for children and families battling cancer. Angel Heart Farm, Inc.

Human Services

Arts, Culture & Arts Center of Cannon County Humanities

The Arts Center of Cannon County has a goal to fundraise $900,000 towards our endowment fund. This will ultimately underwrite the physical plant costs of our 19,000 square foot building and five acre site. Cannon

$

1,000,000

$

100,000

January 2019

Barefoot Republic, Inc.

Youth Development

We have outgrown our space and are raising $1.5 million to build a 15,500 square foot lodge that will include a cafeteria, a 24 hour medical clinic, housing accommodations for families and visiting guests, and meeting spaces. The lodge will also help us grow our retreat business. Middle Tennessee

$

1,500,000

$

1,253,826

January 2018

Belcourt Theatre Inc.

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Belcourt Theatre is in a campaign to renovate and preserve our theatre for the next 90 years. Davidson

$

5,000,000

$

4,525,000

April 2015

Education

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 to partner with supporters to invest in the nonprofit institution's future. Statewide, Nationwide

$

300,000,000

$

150,000,000

April 2016

Bethesda Community Mission, Food, Agriculture & Inc. Nutrition

We have set a goal to raise $28,000 to purchase a walk-in cooler and freezer.

Houston

$

28,000

$

12,413

November 2018

Boy Scouts of America Middle TN Council Youth Development

Revitalization of Boxwell Reservation camp properties and their ongoing maintenance is needed in order to facilitate programs that teach selfconfidence, self-reliance, leadership, physical fitness and character development to an ever-growing Scouting community. The Middle Tennessee Council has embarked on a campaign to raise $9.5 million for this effort.

Middle Tennessee

$

9,500,000

$

1,375,000

January 2019

Belmont University


Organization Name

Bridges of Williamson County

BrightStone, Inc.

Building Lives Foundation

Carpe Artista, Inc.

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Housing, Shelter

Bridges of Williamson County is in a campaign to fund 10 homes for transitional housing over the next 10 years.

Senior Services

Our Land of Dreams Capital Campaign is a $25 million project that will be built in three phases and will fund construction of a college-like campus, which will be the first facility of its kind in Tennessee. Our new campus will Davidson, Marshall, Maury, Robertson, Rutherford, serve 120 adults with special needs in our day program and provide 80 adults with student housing on our 138 acre property. Williamson

Williamson

Campaign Start Date

$

450,000

$

105,000

May 2017

$

25,000,000

$

5,000,000

January 2017

Human Services

Funding will be used toward the $62,000 costs necessary to complete renovations in our residential housing facility that serves veterans through the Academy program. Renovations will include a new roof, a permanent dining room, updated bathrooms, and more. This will ensure we have a properly maintained facility that meets the space needs of the program for many years to come. The remainder of funds will allow us to pay off our Davidson, Dickson, Maury, current debt on The Academy and purchase another residential facility to Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson broaden our ability to reach veterans in the community. $

250,000

$

75,000

January 2018

Arts,Culture & Humanities

Carpe Artista is currently raising funds for renovations and upgrades, as well as to pay off the mortgage of a recently purchased building that will be our company flagship training building for Carpe Studio, and relocation Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, of the Carpe Cafe within the Historic Downtown District of Smyrna, TN. Williamson, Wilson

$

1,250,000

$

35,000

June 2018

$

30,000,000

$

26,000,000

January 2016

Cheatham, Davidson, Robertson, Sumner, Trousdale, Wilson $

13,798,000

$

6,484,548

September 2015

$

80,000

$

30,000

November 2018

$

2,500,000

$

-

$

6,000,000

$

Community Child Care Services Human Services

Cheekwood has a strong financial model, maximizing year-round attendance and membership. Cheekwood launched The Cheekwood Campaign in 2016 to establish the strong financial foundation Cheekwood has lacked since its incorporation. With a total goal of $30 million, we aim to raise $20 million to build our endowment, establish capital reserve and working funds, and address deferred restoration. The additional $10 million will be used to improve the Carell Woodland Sculpture Trail (adding an ADA-accessible loop) and build a Children's Garden, both of which will expand audience access and also increase earned revenue. This capital campaign will give students up-to-date equipment and facilities, allowing for their growth, development, and educational enrichment. Community Child Care Services is in need of a new kitchen. We are working toward a total renovation including commercial equipment to assist in our efforts of feeding two hot meals and a snack on a daily basis to up to 115 children.

Cookeville Rescue Mission, Inc. Religion- Related

A fundraising consultant was hired by the Board of Directors in February 2019 to guide the Mission through a capital campaign for the purchase and renovation of an existing facility as an expansion of the current campus. Putnam, White

Cheekwood

Arts,Culture & Humanities

Christian Schools Inc.

Education

Crossroads Campus

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Goal

Davidson

Sumner

Other: job-training, housing for young The purpose of this campaign is to create 25 units of affordable housing for adults, pet adoptions young adults, expand our job-training/employment program, and create a for homeless animals humane education center for Nashville. Davidson

2,300,000

March 2019

January 2017


Organization Name

Cumberland Heights Foundation, Inc.

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Health Care

Housing, Shelter

Currey Ingram Academy

Education

Statewide, Kentucky, Nationwide $

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 40-year-old windows are leaking water and air from the outside, making it uncomfortable for the residents and creating damage to the building. New lighting fixtures are also needed. In addition, we are raising funds for a new bus that can transport the seniors to the grocery store, pharmacy, appointments, etc. Davidson, Statewide Currey Ingram Academy is in a capital campaign to build a facility that will house high school boarding students. We hope to break ground this summer and open our doors to 9th grade boarders in fall 2020. Additionally, we would like to increase our financial aid endowment, increase our endowment for professional development, and create five endowed faculty chair positions. Middle Tennessee

Dismas, Inc.

Housing, Shelter

Empower Me Day Camp

Human Services

The purpose of this campaign is to purchase land and build a facility that will allow us to serve up to 200 residents annually. The new facility will be 23,000 square feet with 30 double occupancy units and 16 single occupancy affordable housing units. Davidson, Statewide Cannon, Davidson, Dekalb, Montgomery, Putnam, Empower Me Day Camp is in a 3-phase Capital Campaign to purchase land Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, in Lebanon, TN for a new Community Recreational Center and Recreational Sumner, Trousdale, Warren, Sports Complex, as well as an independent living facility. Williamson, Wilson

Health

The purpose of our Capital Campaign, "Faith Family Forward: Building Healthier Lives," is to construct a new medical facility that will enable us to see more uninsured Middle Tennesseans. It will also allow us to expand our Wellness Program and our Behavioral Health Program. Middle Tennessee

Family and Children's Service

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Campaign Start Date

The Capital Campaign for ARCH Academy (Adolescent Recovery of Cumberland Heights) will raise funds for a new long-term treatment program and site for adolescent males. Building on our 30+ years of experience treating youth, we're developing ARCH Academy on 67 wooded acres in Kingston Springs, Tennessee. ARCH Academy will provide a combination of 12-Step programming, proven clinical interventions, academics and adventure-based programming, which together have been proven to promote a longer lasting recovery for teens.

Cumberland-View Towers Inc

Faith Family Medical Center

Goal

Human Services

We have launched a $12 million capital campaign to pay for the rehabilitation of a recently-purchased 32,000 square foot, steel-framed warehouse into the Center for Children and Families.

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

6,000,000

$

2,891,566

January 2018

$

330,000

$

63,000

January 2018

$

15,000,000

$

13,731,252

March 2018

$

10,350,000

$

7,700,000

July 2016

$

3,000,000

$

2,100,000

October 2015

$

7,500,000

$

6,500,000

July 2017

$

12,000,000

$

10,200,000

September 2015


Organization Name

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Goal

Campaign Start Date

We are raising funds to purchase a Ford Transit Truck for moving books and mass media between the four branches of the Linebaugh Library.

Rutherford

$

30,000

$

450

December 2018

We are in need of funds to cover the costs of major repairs, including replacing flooring and floor joists, adding a 4th dance studio, cosmetic changes that will make our facility more appealing, and improving technology for in-house performances.

Cheatham, Cumberland, Davidson, Dickson, Giles, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Lawrence, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Stewart, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson

$

75,000

$

7,500

January 2016

Goodlettsville Fire Department Kids Christmas Youth Development

We will build the first all-inclusive handicapped-accessible playground in the City of Goodlettsville.

Davidson, Sumner

$

500,000

$

25,000

September 2017

Gordon Jewish Community Center

Other: Community Center

We have a goal of raising $6-7 million to cover the costs of infrastructure upgrades, such as roof and HVAC in our current building, as well as a new Camp Lodge.

Davidson

$

6,500,000

$

-

Greenhouse Ministries

Human Services

Greenhouse Ministries is raising funds for a new facility that will empower our organization to expand and enlarge our current services opportunities and potentials.The current facilities no longer have the capacity to provide Bedford, Cannon, Coffee, the every day services without constraint. Rutherford, Wilson

$

5,500,000

$

1,050,000

October 2013

High Hopes, Inc.

Health Care

Funds will go toward doubling our square footage with an addition to our current building.

Williamson, Middle Tennessee

$

4,000,000

$

2,318,196

April 2017

Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee seeks to build a new 8,000 square foot facility for a new experiential program, JA Finance Park.

Middle Tennessee

$

3,000,000

$

1,800,000

December 2016

Community Improvement, Capacity Building

We are in a capital campaign to help fund Kiwanis Global Campaign for Children to eliminate maternal/neonatal tetanus in 22 remaining nations.

Davidson, Williamson

$

154,000

$

125,000

October 2012

Larkspur Conservation

Environment

Larkspur Conservation is currently funding the access to and enhancement of 170 acres in Hickman County, TN. We will place these 170 acres under conservation easement, protecting them forever. The land will be used as a Davidson, Hickman, Sumner, public green space and natural burial ground. Statewide, Nationwide

$

200,000

$

Lipscomb University

Education

Funds will be used for needed classroom space for expanded/new programs, the permanent endowment, and scholarships.

Nationwide, International

$

225,000,000

$

181,300,000

June 2011

Human Services

Our goal is to raise funds to build a new facility in Clarksville. The new facility will sit on approximately six acres within the city limits. The 13,000 square foot building will house a larger kitchen, dining for up to 200 guests at one time, an enclosed gathering space for patrons, a Cheatham, Houston, warehouse/distribution center, and four multi-purpose rooms for human Montgomery, Robertson, services. Stewart

$

1,500,000

$

1,100,000

November 2018

Friends of Linebaugh Library

Global Education Center

Education

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee Youth Development

Kiwanis of Nashville Foundation

Loaves and Fishes

-

April 2019

January 2019


Organization Name

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Goal

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Campaign Start Date

We are raising funds to purchase and renovate the Manna Village, a community of like-minded people & agencies committed to restoring lives. The Village is a 44,000 square foot complex made up of four buildings. Building 1 is two stories and 22,000 square feet and will house offices, a health clinic, areas for partnering agencies, meeting rooms, and a huge, open room to be used as a worship center or venue for concerts, conferences, etc. Building 2, at 6,000 square feet, will become the Refuge Community Center for community meals, church services, trainings, and programs like Celebrate Recovery, plus a commercial kitchen, computer lab, and space for case workers. Buildings 3 & 4 consist of six bays, 25 x 100, to house partner agencies such as clothing ministries & workforcetype organizations. The remaining bay will house Manna's main commercial kitchen. In Building 4, we'll sort & store our food inventory.

Manna Cafe Ministries

Food, Agriculture & Nutrition

Maury Magic Riders, Inc.

Human Services

Montgomery $ Maury Magic Riders is conducting a capital campaign to fund a covered arena for our riding program. We offer sessions in the fall, spring, and summer in an open arena. In the case of inclement weather, we sometimes have to cancel a class, limiting the programs each year. A covered arena would allow us to offer more classes and have a longer riding season, Giles, Hickman, Lawrence, Lewis, serving a greater number of individuals in Maury and surrounding Marshall, Maury, Perry, counties. Williamson $

Men of Valor

Crime & Legal Related

The purpose of our capital campaign is to build the new Men of Valor Center, which will include staff offices, counseling and meeting rooms, as well as a full multi-purpose gym and apartments and duplexes for the men, Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, women and children we serve. Trousdale, Williamson, Wilson

Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia

Education

1,500,000

$

120,000

June 2018

198,321

$

57,247

April 2016

$

11,300,000

$

8,100,000

January 2008

Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia is raising the funds needed to offer two new programs that will help mitigate the national opioid epidemic. Middle Tennessee, Statewide

$

2,500,000

$

20,000

January 2019

Murfreesboro Rescue Mission Inc Housing, Shelter

Murfreesboro Rescue Mission Inc. seeks to purchase, and possibly renovate, property to house its shelter.

Bedford, Cannon, Rutherford

$

2,000,000

$

35,000

June 2018

Mustard Seed Ranch

The goal of this campaign is to raise the funds needed to build the two additional houses on the ranch, as well as an additional three years of sustaining the newly built homes.

Putnam, Statewide

$

1,800,000

$

1,400,000

March 2016

My Friend's House Family and Children Services Inc Human Services

The purpose of the My Friend's House Capital Campaign is to construct a 5,500 square foot residential group home on our owned lot. The new facility will meet all group home requirements and include the safest and most secure measures appropriate for our setting. This house will help better serve the boys and families who need our type of program.

Middle Tennessee

$

600,000

$

325,000

January 2018

myLIFEspeaks

Human Services

The purpose of myLIFEspeaks' Capital Campaign is to construct a fully functioning community center in Neply, Haiti. Additional building projects include: Staff and Team Housing, LIFE Academy School, Public Health Clinic, Physical and Occupational Therapy, and Fine Arts. International

$

2,000,000

$

556,250

October 2016

Religion-Related

We're seeking to elevate our Artisan Educational Program by building a much larger woodshop and renovating our leathershop and metalshop. Our shops are used to provide hands-on skills training to people from around the country, and are a vital part of our disciplemaking process. Plus, the shops can help provide a sustainable source of income.

$

250,000

$

10,000

January 2019

Narrow Gate Foundation

Housing, Shelter

Statewide


Organization Name

Nashville Inner City Ministry, Inc.

Nashville Zoo, Inc.

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Youth Development

$

7,293,257

$

5,493,257

August 2013

Animal-Related

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

$

195,000,000

$

80,000,000

June 2014

Statewide, Nationwide

$

48,000,000

$

33,000,000

January 2011

Davidson

$

30,000

$

-

Coffee

$

200,000

$

20,000

January 2018

Davidson

$

15,000,000

$

1,000,000

October 2017

Middle Tennessee

$

3,500,000

$

1,960,000

April 2014

Davidson

$

500,000

$

200,000

June 2018

$

500,000

$

118,000

June 2018

$

6,300,000

$

835,000

October 2018

$

650,000

$

50,000

October 2019

National Museum of African American Music

Arts,Culture & Humanities

Old School Farm, Inc. One Day of Hope of Coffee County

Human Services

Open Table of Nashville, Inc.

Human Services

Operation Stand Down Tennessee

Other: Veterans Assistance

Pet Community Center

Animal-Related

Human Services

The "Building Our Future" campaign aims to raise funds for the purchase a building that will better meet the needs of the adults we serve. We currently meet in a church and are in need of our own space. Rutherford

Refuge Center for Counseling

Rescue 1 Global

Campaign Start Date

The purpose of our campaign is to purchase and renovate 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

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 Museum's program and exhibition design, fabrication and installation of exhibits, a multi-faceted educational program, artifact acquisition, museum management, and multi-year operations of the facility, in addition to providing the foundation a robust endowment. The purpose of this campaign is to raise funds for several large items needed by the farm to continue its growth toward self sustainability. This includes materials for irrigation, greenhouse equipment, a transplanter, tunnels, additional field equipment, a tractor, and a vehicle to transport our produce to market. Our hope is to raise funding for a Community Health Clinic in Coffee County. The purpose of this campaign is to secure the funds needed to build a micro home village of 22 medical respite/bridge housing units for the most vulnerable of Davidson County citizens, our neighbors who are unhoused specifically people who are medically fragile and in the highest percentile of vulnerability. The Preserving the Promise capital campaign's purpose is to fully fund the $3.5 million purchase and renovation of the Veterans Service Center, located at 1125 12th Avenue South in Nashville. Pet Community Center has launched a capital campaign to build a new veterinary clinic.

Possibility Place

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Goal

Human Services

Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Giles, Hickman, Humphreys, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson

Mental Health & Crisis Intervention

The purpose of this campaign is to build a 14,000 square foot lodge-like facility on seven acres of land, featuring walking trails, a healing garden and spaces for relaxation, processing, and clinical activities that would allow us to provide 36,000 counseling sessions each year.

Other: Anti Human Trafficking Org

We are raising funds to completely remodel and pay off the mortgage for our safe house property. This project includes two 6,000 square foot buildings (houses) and 3.5 acres. This completed project would allow us to serve up to 30 women and children rescued from human trafficking here in Tennessee and surrounding areas. Middle Tennessee, Statewide

December 2018


Organization Name

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Rutherford County Primary Care & Hope Clinic

Health Care

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee

Food, Agriculture & Nutrition

SheepDog R&R, Inc.

Public & Societal Benefit

St. Mary's Sewanee

Religion-Related

Starlings Nashville

Recreation & Sports

Tennessee Children's Home

Human Services

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. Bedford, Cannon, Rutherford To keep up with available food donations and meet the total food need that hungry Tennesseans face, we must maximize the use of our available facility and open two additional distribution centers in the western and southern parts of our service area. Middle Tennessee Cannon, Coffee, Davidson, The Capital Campaign will be used to develop cabins and central facilities Dekalb, Rutherford, White, for the use of onsite visitors. Williamson, Wilson We are raising funds to build a new Hospitality Commons featuring a large dining hall, three different meeting rooms, conversational alcoves, a new kitchen, and laundry room. National Starlings Nashville requires capital campaign funds to provide more free opportunities for participants and parents year round. Davidson Tennessee Children's Home requests funding to construct new group homes for our Spring Hill campus. Middle Tennessee, Statewide

Human Services

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Goal

Campaign Start Date

$

5,000,000

$

1,145,168

January 2018

$

17,000,000

$

10,370,743

January 2015

$

1,000,000

$

7,500

June 2018

$

5,000,000

$

2,500,000

September 2017

$

100,000

$

40,000

July 2017

$

6,000,000

$

-

July 2018

TIRRC is seeking $2.1 million to invest in our new Antioch headquarters. Features of the new community hub will include a thoughtfully designed office loft, flexible-use open areas and private meeting rooms, a multi-use event center to create a venue for a new social enterprise, and a thriving outdoor space with art, community gardens, and play area. Davidson

$

2,100,000

$

100,000

September 2018

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

The Conservancy is partnering with the City and Metro Parks to revitalize Centennial Park to transform this cultural landmark into a walkable, urban Statewide, Nationwide, green space. International

$

30,000,000

$

21,900,000

January 2016

The Joseph School Inc.

Education

Our current capital campaign will provide the capital funds necessary to construct three vital buildings: a dining hall and chapel space, a new classroom building, and an administrative building. These spaces will be essential to accompany the anticipated growth of our staff and student body at The Joseph School.

$

850,000

$

100,000

August 2018

The Nashville Food Project, Inc.

Food, Agriculture & Nutrition

The Nashville Food Project's ongoing capital campaign seeks to support our new headquarters, 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 programs in response to changing community needs. Davidson

$

5,000,000

$

4,200,938

August 2017

The Pouring Spot

Youth Development

The main goal of our capital campaign is to raise funds to secure our location and make improvements to the rental building we are in.

$

50,000

$

35,000

December 2018

$

45,000

$

-

Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition

The Shower Truck/Shower Up Human Services

International

Giles

We would like to add our fourth mobile shower unit to be used in Nashville and surrounding communities. Our mobile shower units provide a safe, Davidson, Rutherford, comfortable, and clean experience and help people to find hope again. Williamson, Middle Tennessee

April 2019


Organization Name

The Woman's Club of Murfreesboro

Organization Type

Public & Societal Benefit

Trevecca Nazarene University Education

Turnip Green Creative Reuse

Vision 2020 Inc

Environment Community Improvement, Capacity Building

Mental Health & Wayne County Helping Hands Crisis Intervention

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Raised as of March 1, 2018

Goal

Campaign Start Date

The Woman's Club of Murfreesboro initiated a Preservation (capital) Campaign in 2017 for the purpose of repair and renovation of its historic Club house. Needs include replacement of the entire roof system, including soffit, facia, and gutter systems. A critical need is the replacement of the boiler system that serves the heating needs of the entire building. Another focus is the upgrade of the main electrical panel and complete replacement of wiring to support the new boiler.

Bedford, Cannon, Rutherford

$

170,000

$

46,000

June 2017

Trevecca aims to attract and retain students who seek transformative experiences and lives full of meaning. Graduates will be prepared to invigorate the work of God in their families, churches, their communities, and their workplaces. As story-tellers of God, we want the world to hear about our graduates and the partners who enable the university to fulfill their dreams.

Statewide

$

75,000,000

$

60,700,000

July 2015

$

250,000

$

40,000

August 2018

$

150,000

$

68,000

December 2012

$

20,000

$

6,000

September 2018

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

75,000

$

-

1,500,000

$

290,617

October 2017

$

12,000,000

$

7,800,000

April 2014

$

150,000

$

32,000

August 2018

We have a goal of raising $250,000 to purchase a building, or a piece of property to build a sustainable building. In 2018, we had an unexpected early end to our lease and were given less than six months to find a new home. We launched a capital campaign in order to get closer to our goal of having an asset and investing in our financial future. Davidson The purpose of our Capital Campaign is to raise funds for the restoration of the 1929 RBS Bank building, and to establish a Heritage Museum for our community. Clay, Macon, Kentucky

Welcome Home Ministries

Housing, Shelter

West Nashville Sports League

Recreation & Sports

The goal of our capital campaign is to raise funds to complete major renovations on the Gateway House we were donated by a local bank. We are raising funds to build out much-needed office space for our staff in an existing building in East Nashville. The purpose of our capital campaign is to build a custom-designed field that will allow children with special needs to play baseball without the fear of injury.

Williamson Medical Foundation, Inc.

Health Care

The Close to Home Campaign is a campaign 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. The campaign has entered a second phase adding the expansion of our Labor and Delivery floor, support of our new orthopedic surgery center (Bone & Joint Institute of Tennessee), along with support of Cancer services. Williamson

Wilson County Emergency Services Rehab Association Inc. (Rehab 23)

Rehab 23 owns two vehicles that are approaching 20 years of age and Public Safety, Disaster nearing the end of service life. Our hope is to remount the Primary Preparedness and Response vehicle (a converted ambulance) with a new chassis, and replace our Jeep support vehicle with a more reliable vehicle.  Relief Wilson

Lawrence, Lewis, Perry, Wayne

March 2019


Capital Campaigns Completed in 2018

Organization

Bon Air Mountain Historical Society Community Helpers of Rutherford County Deer Run Retreat Center Discover Tennessee, Inc. Elephant Sanctuary Empower Me Day Camp Horton Haven Inc. Humane Society of Lincoln County Humphreys County Humane Society HWEN Corporation Mentoring in Motion Mountain Goat Trail Alliance Nashville Public Radio Nashville Steam Preservation Society Nations Ministry Center PENCIL Foundation Shower the People Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry Tennessee State Museum Foundation Welcome Home Ministries

Total Amount Raised

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

3,805 1,800 1,800,000 27,000 541,038 2,100,000 30,800 2,000 20,000 237,861 250 113,105 4,526,000 450,000 507,000 390,000 13,427 997,294 550,000 32,000,000 45,000

$

44,356,380


Anticipated Capital Campaigns 2020-2022

100 Black Men of Middle Tennessee A Time 4 Paws Access Services of Middle Tennessee Athletes Can Think Too, Inc.

Mending Hearts, Inc. Mentoring in Motion Mercy Health Services Inc Millennium Repertory Company

Tennessee Art League Tennessee Children's Home Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation The Heimerdinger Foundation

Beech Creek Ministries, Inc. Bon Air Mountain Historical Society Center of Hope CreatiVets Cumberland County Cardiac Pulmonary Rehabilitation Alumni Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee

Musicians on Call NaCoMe Camp and Retreat Center Nashville Ballet Nashville Christian School

The Nashville Pipes and Drums The Pouring Spot The Shower Truck/Shower Up The Theater Bug Inc.

Nashville Wildlife Conservation Center NeedLink Nashville

Elders First Adult Day Services Association FINDINGbalance, Inc. Friends of Lonesome Historic Site, Inc.

This is Living Ministries Tullahoma Fine Arts Center Turning the Tide of the Technology Workforce Foundation/Nashville Technology Council Foundation Upper Cumberland Broadcast Council Urban Housing Solutions

Park Center Rescue 1 Global Rise Up, Tennessee Roberta Baines Wheeler Pulmonary Hypertension Awareness Group Welcome Home Ministries Willow Oak Center for Arts & Learning at Robertson County Rural Animal Rescue Effort (RARE) Siloam Family Health Center Youth Incorporated South Central Human Resources Agency

Friendship House Inc Goodlettsville Help Center Helping Animals of Warren County Matthew 25, Inc.

Profile for The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

2019 Capital Campaign Report  

Every spring since 2007, GivingMatters.com has produced an annual Middle Tennessee Capital Campaign Report. The data in this report is compi...

2019 Capital Campaign Report  

Every spring since 2007, GivingMatters.com has produced an annual Middle Tennessee Capital Campaign Report. The data in this report is compi...