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2020

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN REPORT


2020 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 1,900 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 77 campaigns in process. This year’s report includes details from 70 organizations reporting involvement in current capital campaigns. The number of anticipated capital campaigns reported is the same as last year’s report. 50 campaigns are expected to launch in the next three years, and 50 campaigns were 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.


2020 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:

85 107 102 90 83 83 80

Total Campaigns Reported 2014: Total Campaigns Reported 2015: Total Campaigns Reported 2016: Total Campaigns Reported 2017: Total Campaigns Reported 2018: Total Campaigns Reported 2019: Total Campaigns Reported 2020:

74 75 60 59 63 77 70

Reported Capital Campaigns Completed in 2019: 19 Reported Amount Raised for 2019 Completed Campaigns: $80,407,462 Total Goal of Current Campaigns: $1,034,595,700 Total Amount Raised-to-Date: $601,724,741 Total Current Goal without Colleges/Universities: $481,795,700 Raised-to-Date without Colleges/Universities: $226,891,741 Campaign Ranges: <$25,000: $25,000 - $99,999:

1 10

Campaign by Organization Type: Organization Type Human Services Education Arts, Culture & Humanities Other Youth Development Animal-Related Environment Health Food & Nutrition Housing & Shelter Community Improvement

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

# Current Campaigns 12 6 9 4 3 5 1 9 1 6 1

21 5

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

Total Campaign Goals $21,047,000 $553,890,000 $75,710,000 $8,540,000 $27,750,000 $196,560,000 $300,000 $55,760,000 $17,000,000 $31,308,700 $150,000

18 12

>$50,000,000: 3


Organization Name

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency After 14 successful years serving cancer patients and their families, the need for renovation at Hope Lodge Nashville is urgent. The current facility has become outdated and is showing the effects of constant use in ways that may impact the quality of guest and caregiver experiences, as well as their health and safety. Several areas of the facility need improvements and retrofitting. Therefore, the American Cancer Society is launching a capital campaign with a preliminary goal of $2.5 million to secure support for renovations and operational reserves.

Counties/Areas Served

Bedford, Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Fentress, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Stewart, Sumner, Trousdale, Williamson, Wilson $ Cheatham, Davidson, Robertston, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson $

American Cancer Society, Inc.

Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines

An Array of Charm Camps for Youth Development, AAOC

Youth Development

ASMT, Inc. (Autism Tennessee)

Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines

This capital campaign aims to raise enough funds to build or purchase a building in the North Nashville area. ASMT, Inc. is raising funds to support the addition of sensory playground equipment to a local park.

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Battle of Franklin Trust hopes to communicate the Franklin narrative in a more complete and comprehensive form through the new Carter House Museum and museum experience, expanded 19th century immersion with continued battlefield reclamation, increased interpretive signage, and restoration and interpretation of the Carnton spring house. A more expansive understanding of those enslaved in Franklin will be facilitated by relocation of the Carter slave cabin to a more historically accurate location as noted on the State of Tennessee Master Plan for the Carter House site, increased interpretation at the slave house at Carnton, as well as archaeological projects identifying the slave homes in the south fields at Carnton that have been lost to time. The installation and expansion of historic crops and orchards at both Carter & Carnton, and the creation of walking paths throughout newly interpreted farm property, will help visitors learn in a physical environment more raw and representative of the 19th century. Williamson, Statewide, National

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, National

Battle of Franklin Trust

Belmont University

Middle Tennessee

Blue Monarch

Human Services

Boy Scouts of America Middle TN Council

Youth Development

Braxton Lee Homestead Foundation, Inc.

Education

Blue Monarch is currently working to raise $4.8 million to expand its campus, serve more families, and enrich their program. They recently purchased 58 adjacent acres through a campaign in 2019, and now plan to build five additional structures, which will ultimately double their capacity and significantly strengthen existing programs. Statewide 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 $12 million for this effort. Middle Tennessee The purpose of this capital campaign is to raise $200,000 to purchase historic Braxton Lee House, which was built by ancestors of TN Gov. Lee in 1811. Cheatham, Davidson

Housing, Shelter

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

Other: Human Services - Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

The Land of Dreams Campaign is a $25 million three-phase project to build a college-like campus on Brightstone, Inc.'s 139 acre property, the first facility of its kind in Tennessee for adults with disabilities. This year-round program will serve 120 adults and offer housing for 80 adults. Planned facilities include a chapel, medical clinic, gym, equestrian center, and greenhouses. Middle Tennessee

Bridges of Williamson County

BrightStone, Inc.

Goal

Williamson

Raised as of March 1, 2020

Campaign Start Date

2,500,000.00

$

928,577.00

September 2018

750,000.00

$

45,000.00

January 2016

$

150,000.00

$

$

250,000.00

$

225,000.00

December 2016

$

300,000,000.00

$

150,000,000.00

April 2016

$

4,785,000.00

$

825,000.00

January 2020

$

12,000,000.00

$

5,779,847.00

January 2019

$

200,000.00

$

30,000.00

January 2020

$

450,000.00

$

105,000.00

May 2017

$

25,000,000.00

$

7,100,000.00

January 2017

-

January 2019


Organization Name

Building Lives Foundation

Carpe Artista, Inc.

Cheekwood

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Raised as of March 1, 2020

Campaign Start Date

Human Services

$

250,000.00

$

75,000.00

January 2018

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Carpe Artista is currently raising funds for renovation and upgrading, as well as paying off the mortgage, of a recently purchased building that will be the company flagship training building for Carpe Studio and relocation of the Carpe Cafe within the Historic Downtown District of Smyrna, TN. The campaign will also allow for the purchase of additional equipment to Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, expand needed educational spaces and training equipment. Williamson, Wilson

$

1,250,000.00

$

35,000.00

June 2018

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Cheekwood is engaged in a major fundraising campaign, its first in 20 years, to build endowment and capital reserves and address deferred restoration, and to add and enhance mission-focused, revenue-generating features such as the Bracken Foundation Children's Garden, Ann & Monroe Carell Jr. Family Sculpture Trail, and Blevins Japanese Garden. Middle Tennessee, Statewide

$

30,000,000.00

$

28,200,000.00

December 2015

$

150,000.00

$

1,000.00

February 2020

$

2,500,000.00

$

285,000.00

March 2019

$

7,500,000.00

$

3,222,000.00

January 2018

$

35,000.00

$

Colby's Army Inc.

Human Services

Cookeville Rescue Mission, Inc.

Religion- Related

Funds raised in this capital campaign will allow Colby's Army, Inc. to build a covered multi-purpose structure for therapeutic riding lessons, meetings, and events. In 2019, they had to cancel 50% of their equine lessons, scheduled meetings, and other events due to rain or excessive heat. This 70 x 120 covered area would eliminate most of those cancellations and allow them to better serve their participants. The Cookeville Rescue Mission, Inc. has launched a capital campaign for the purchase and renovation of an existing facility as an expansion of its current campus.

Bedford, Cheatham, Coffee, Davidson, Dickson, Maury, Montgomery, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson

Goal

This capital campaign seeks to raise the funds needed to renovate the residential housing facility serving veterans in Building Lives Foundation's Academy program. The renovation will include a new roof, enclosing a deck to create a dining room, and new bathrooms.

Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Hickman, Montgomery, Robertson, Sumner, Williamson Cannon, Clay, Cumberland, Dekalb, Fentress, Jackson, Macon, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Smith, Van Buren, Warren, White

Crossroads Campus

Other: employment and housing for opportunity youth and animal rescue

Cumberland County Playhouse, Inc.

Arts, Culture & Humanities

The Crossroads Campus Expansion Project is raising funds to create 22 additional units of affordable housing and significant expansion of their social-enterprise based job-training/employment program. They also seek to expand their humane education and animal adoption programs. Davidson Cumberland County Playhouse, Inc. has recently launched a capital campaign to refresh the Adventure Theatre with new lighting, seats, carpet, paint and other cosmetic touches. Cumberland, Statewide

Health Care

Cumberland Heights is in a capital campaign to raise funds for its Adolescent Recovery of Cumberland Heights (ARCH) Academy. Funds raised in this campaign will allow for a new long-term treatment program and site for adolescent males struggling with addiction. Statewide, National

$

6,000,000.00

$

3,963,947.00

January 2018

Housing, Shelter

Cumberland View Towers is raising funds needed to replace stoves, sinks, and faucets in all of its 151 apartments. They also have a need for a heat treatment chamber for bed bugs, five new A/C units and a pressure washer. The total cost of renovations and new equipment will be $133,700.

Davidson, Statewide

$

133,700.00

$

63,000.00

January 2019

Faith Family Medical Center

Health

Faith Family Medical Center seeks to build a 17,000 square foot facility that would include space for two other nonprofit tenants.

Davidson

$

8,000,000.00

$

7,425,000.00

July 2017

Friends of Franklin Parks, Inc.

Other: Enhance Parks and Trails

This capital campaign has a goal of raising $700,000 for the restoration of the historic Hayes House at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin, TN.

Middle Tennessee

$

700,000.00

$

137,000.00

August 2019

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Global Education Center has launched a capital campaign to fund major repairs including replacing flooring and floor joists, adding a 4th dance studio, making cosmetic changes and improving technology for in-house performances, such as permanent lighting and an improved sound system. Middle Tennessee

$

75,000.00

$

7,500.00

January 2016

Housing, Shelter

This capital campaign, entitled 'Together We Build,' seeks to provide the revenue required for the infrastructure (development, utilities, road and sidewalks) for the Pafford Place cul-de-sac, which will provide nine lots for new home builds in 2021 and 2022. Sumner

$

800,000.00

$

159,000.00

January 2019

Arts, Culture & Humanities

A $20 million capital campaign has been launched for the restoration of O'More College of Design based in Franklin, TN. Funds raised in this campaign will also be used to move a historic Rosenwald school to this campus to be restored as close to the original as possible. Former students will lend their voices to ensure it will become as authentic as it was 80 years ago. Williamson

$

20,000,000.00

$

6,000,000.00

January 2019

Cumberland Heights Foundation, Inc.

Cumberland-View Towers Inc.

Global Education Center

Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County TN

Heritage Foundation of Franklin & Williamson County

-

May 2020


Organization Name

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served Bedford, Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Giles, Hickman, Humphreys, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Warren, Wayne, Williamson, Wilson

Goal

Raised as of March 1, 2020

Health Care

High Hopes, Inc. has set a goal of raising $4 million to double the square footage of its current building.

$

4,000,000.00

$

Horton Haven Inc.

Recreation & Sports

Bedford, Coffee, Davidson, Giles, Horton Haven Inc. is raising funds to remodel the bath houses in the cabin Marshall, Maury, Rutherford, area of its campus. Wilson $

50,000.00

$

Humane Association of Wilson County, Inc./ New Leash on Life

Animal Related

This capital campaign seeks to improve & expand New Leash on Life's current animal welfare facility to increase sheltering capacity, create an education space and provide a clinic for animals in Wilson County.

High Hopes, Inc.

Humane Society of Dover-Stewart County

Animal Related

Lantern Lane Farm Inc.

Mental Health & Crisis Intervention

Larkspur Conservation

Environment

Thanks to a generous donor, the Humane Society of Dover-Stewart County is now in possession of a buliding to be used as a non-kill shelter. This capital campaign seeks to raise funds to outfit the building with proper kennels, doggie doors and fencing for an outdoor space. This capital campaign will go towards the down payment needed to purchase a farm facility for Lantern Lane Farm Inc., as well as funds needed to renovate the barn and add a covered arena for year-round equine programming. Over half of the funds needed for the down payment are already secured. Larkspur Conservation is currently funding the access to and enhancement of 170 acres in Hickman County, TN. Funds raised in this campaign will help place these 170 acres under conservation easement, protecting them forever. The land will be used as a public green space and natural burial ground.

Education

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

Human Services

Loaves and Fishes is raising funds to allow for them to move from a combined 3,000 square foot facility in a business district to a 15,000 square foot new facility in a low-income residential area. The facility will seat up to 250 diners and have space for expanded food storage and distribution. The building also includes five areas for partner agencies.

Lipscomb University

Loaves and Fishes

Manna's Hana Riding Center, Inc.

Recreation & Sports

Men of Valor

Housing, Shelter

Motlow College Foundation

Education

Mountain Goat Trail Alliance

Musicians on Call

My Friend's House Family and Children Services Inc.

myLIFEspeaks

Recreation & Sports

Health

Manna's Hana Riding Center, Inc. is raising funds to purchase land and build an indoor riding arena with stalls, restrooms and a meeting area. Men of Valor is raising $13,850,000 to build a Transitional Living and Vocational Training complex on 26 acres in Antioch. Motlow College Foundation is seeking funds to complete Building #3 on the Smyrna Campus to accommodate increased student enrollment in Rutherford County.

Human Services

Religion- Related

The purpose of myLIFEspeaks' Capital Campaign is to construct a fully functioning community center, including a LIFE Academy School, Public Health Clinic, Physical and Occupational Therapy Clinic and Fine Arts Center.

-

April 2017

October 2019

Wilson, Statewide

$

600,000.00

Stewart

$

100,000.00

$

54,000.00

June 2019

Davidson, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson

$

90,000.00

$

110,000.00

December 2019

Davidson, Hickman, Sumner, Statewide, National

$

300,000.00

$

80,000.00

January 2020

National, International

$

250,000,000.00

$

222,500,000.00

June 2011

$

1,800,000.00

$

1,400,000.00

November 2018

$

50,000.00

$

1,000.00

January 2019

Davidson $ Bedford, Cannon, Coffee, Dekalb, Franklin, Lincoln, Moore, Rutherford, Van Buren, Warren, White $

13,850,000.00

$

8,446,000.00

January 2010

2,800,000.00

$

2,333,000.00

July 2017

$

150,000.00

$

87,543.00

October 2017

$

2,000,000.00

$

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

650,000.00

$

500,000.00

June 2018

2,000,000.00

$

936,246.00

October 2016

Cheatham, Montgomery, Robertson, Stewart Cumberland, Dekalb, Fentress, Jackon, Overton, Putnam, Van Buren, White

This capital campaign is raising funds to acquire property and build the Mountain Goat Trail between Tracy City and Monteagle, and to create and execute community-relations initiatives. Franklin

Musicians On Call (MOC) has a $2 million goal to develop a digital platform that will help MOC scale exponentially and meet the growing demand for its music programs. This program delivery model and online community will transform how music is used to improve the patient experience and make MOC programs truly "on call." My Friend's House seeks to construct a 6,000 square foot group home on its property in Franklin, TN. This new addition would allow the organization to provide services to 12 boys mortgage-free.

2,318,196.00

Campaign Start Date

Davidson, Rutherford, Middle Tennessee, Statewide

International

$

June 2019

-

April 2020


Organization Name

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Goal

Raised as of March 1, 2020

Campaign Start Date

Nashville Opera Association has launched a campaign to expand its endowment in anticipation of its 40th anniversary.

Nashville Opera Association

Bedford, Cheatham, Coffee, Davidson, Dickson, Franklin, Montgomery, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Nashville Rescue Mission

Housing, Shelter

Nashville Steam Preservation Society

Other: Historic Preservation

Nashville Rescue Mission is building a new Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Campus that will be used for emergency and Life Recovery services. It will be a larger, more functional building with more Family Rooms, as that is the new face of the homeless population. The building will be on the existing Nashville Rescue Mission site. Middle Tennessee Nashville Steam Preservation Society is raising funds for the continued restoration of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis steam locomotive No. 576. A generous donor has offered a $300,000 matching fund for gifts made through December 31, 2020.

Davidson, Wilson

Nashville Zoo, Inc.

Animal-Related

This capital campaign will create immersive exhibits and experiences which provide the highest quality animal welfare and transport guests to the homelands and habitats of our animals. Our goal is to provide visitors a better understanding of and connection with the natural world, inspiring and empowering positive attitudes to affect change for the better. Middle Tennessee

Native American Indian Association of Tennessee

Human Services

This capital campaign is raising funds to construct the "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.

Pregnancy Support Center (Portico)

Human Services

Project C.U.R.E. / Benevolent Healthcare Foundation

International, Foreign Affairs and National Security

Statewide

Portico is currently raising $2.5 million dollars to purchase a larger facility. Plans for use include expansion of medical services to include STI/STD testing and treatment, the addition of a Client Education Room and classrooms to provide life skills classes and support groups for single moms and teen parents and a new Baby Boutique. Davidson, Rutherford This capital campaign is designed to help fund unfunded containers, build out two to three additional distribution centers, and provide additional technology and tools to support general operations and growth strategies.

Statewide, International

$

10,000,000.00

$

2,000,000.00

May 2019

$

16,000,000.00

$

5,850,000.00

November 2019

$

300,000.00

$

195,000.00

November 2019

$

195,000,000.00

$

87,390,000.00

June 2014

$

1,100,000.00

$

767,470.00

October 2001

$

2,500,000.00

$

278,660.00

December 2019

$

2,700,000.00

$

40,000.00

$

6,700.00

January 2020

6,300,000.00

$

1,500,000.00

October 2018

10,000,000.00

$

4,000,000.00

June 2019

Raus Community Improvement Club

Other: Community Organization

Refuge Center for Counseling

Mental Health & Crisis Intervention

Raus Community Improvement Club is raising money to replace kitchen flooring, install donated kitchen cabinets and indoor plumbing including a septic tank and add an ADA approved restroom. Bedford, Coffee, Moore $ The purpose of this capital campaign is to build a 15,000 square foot lodgelike facility on seven acres of land, featuring walking trails, a healing garden and spaces for relaxation and processing and clinical activities that would allow Refuge Center for Counseling to provide 36,000 counseling sessions each year. Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Giles, Hickman, Humphreys, Lawrence, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson $

Health

The purpose of the Renewal House capital campaign is to build a new facility to increase the agency's capacity of service to women with substance abuse disorders and their children. In the new facility, Renewal House will be able to serve 34 families in its comprehensive family residential program at a time, which is double the current number. Middle Tennessee

Renewal House

$

-

August 2019


Organization Name

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Goal

Raised as of March 1, 2020

Campaign Start Date

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 them to pursue building a new PC&HC Smyrna campus. Rutherford County Primary Care & Hope Clinic

Bedford, Cannon, Rutherford

Health Care

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee

Food, Agriculture & Nutrition

Sergeant York Patriotic Foundation

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Shepherd's Green

Animal-Related

Siloam Health

Health

To keep up with available food donations and meet the total food need that hungry Tennesseans face, Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee has maximized the use of its available facility through expansion and renovation and opened two additional distribution centers in the western and southern parts of its service area. The capital campaign is in effect to complete the fundraising needed to cover the expense of these efforts. Middle Tennessee This capital campaign will fund The Sgt. York Center for Peace and Valor, which will stand proudly for Peace and the honorable tenets of the Medal of Honor: Courage, Commitment, Sacrifice, Patriotism, Integrity and Citizenship. It will do this by sponsoring programming and providing space for educational activities and opportunities aimed at the betterment of and between all persons and the communities in which they live and strive to contribute. Statewide, International The purprose of the Homecoming Trust is to assure that regardless of the economy, political atmosphere or sanctuary expenses, the future of every pig at Shepherd's Green is financially secure for its lifetime. The money will be used to fund feed, veterinary care, bedding and necessary facility upkeep. If required, it will also fund a caregiver. Statewide, National Siloam Health currently is conducting a capital campaign to open two to three additional clinics in the areas where its patients live and care for an additional 2,000 people a year. The money raised will cover the renovation costs and the first three years of operating costs for each clinic. Davidson, Middle Tennessee

$

5,460,000.00

$

1,858,255.00

January 2018

$

17,000,000.00

$

12,500,000.00

January 2015

$

14,000,000.00

$

2,600,000.00

March 2018

$

850,000.00

$

345,000.00

January 2015

$

6,500,000.00

$

2,700,000.00

October 2019

$

40,000.00

$

4,000.00

November 2019

$

5,000,000.00

$

3,000,000.00

September 2017

St. Mary Villa Child Development Center

Education

St. Mary's Sewanee

Religion- Related

St. Mary Villa Child Development Center has set a goal of raising $40,000 to expand its current program by opening four new classrooms. Davidson St. Mary's Sewanee seeks to build new Hospitality Commons featuring a large dining hall, three different meeting rooms, conversational alcoves, a new kitchen and a laundry room. National

Youth Development

Tennessee Children's Home seeks to raise $4 million to complete six new group homes, a multi-purpose buliding with its on-campus school, a gym, a treatment house and a corporate office.

Statewide

$

15,000,000.00

$

11,500,000.00

January 2020

Human Services

Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry is building a 10,000 square foot duplex to house 18 women leaving incarceration, as well as a house manager, in South Nashville. The basement floor will have office and classroom space for programming for the women. The goal is to provide a 120 day TDOC-approved residential program for women being released on parole and/or probation. Statewide

$

1,800,000.00

$

800,000.00

January 2018

$

850,000.00

$

100,000.00

August 2018

$

87,000.00

$

$

1,800,000.00

$

Tennessee Children's Home

Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry

The Joseph School Inc.

Education

The Shower Truck/Shower Up

Human Services

The Joseph School Inc. is in a capital campaign to raise the funds necessary to construct three vital buildings â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a dining hall + chapel, a new classroom building and an administrative building. These spaces will be essential to accompany the anticipated growth of the staff and student body at The Joseph School. International The Shower Truck/Shower Up seeks to provide mobile bathroom facilities for those who are experiencing homelessness. Currently, our homeless neighbors have very limited access to toilets and it's a problem for businesses, the library and public spaces. This mobile unit would go where the homeless are to serve them and reduce the strain on city and business Davidson resources.

Health

Money raised through this capital campaign will be used to build Thisbe & Noah's Promise Park. Promise Park will be an all-inclusive playground located at the Nashville Zoo that will bring together children of all abilities and disabilities to create inclusion, empathy and side-by-side play. Middle Tennessee

Thisbe and Noah Scott Foundation, Inc.

-

1,500,000.00

March 2020

February 2019


Organization Name

Turnip Green Creative Reuse

Organization Type

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Campaign Description Provided by Agency Turnip Green Creative Reuse seeks to invest in its future by having an asset in the form of a building they own. They are in need of space with more square footage to meet the growing needs of our community. They have set a goal to raise the first $100,000 toward a building by the end of 2020.

Counties/Areas Served

Davidson

Goal

Raised as of March 1, 2020

Campaign Start Date

$

100,000.00

$

60,000.00

January 2018

$

150,000.00

$

68,000.00

December 2012

$

10,000.00

$

4,000.00

November 2019

Vision 2020 Inc.

Community Improvement, Capacity Building

Volunteer Equine Advocates

Animal-Related

Volunteers of America Mid-States

Human Services

The purpose of this Capital Campaign is to raise funds for the restoration of the 1929 RBS Bank building and to establish a Heritage Museum for the community. Clay, Macon VEA is currently seeking funds to build a 24 x 24 storage barn that will provide a safer environment for the horses in rehabilitation, as well as providing four more stalls in the main barn, increasing the capacity of horses for which they provide care. Middle Tennessee Volunteers of America Mid-States is currently in a capital campaign to support a new location for its Freedom House program, which provides residential addiction recovery treatment and support services for pregnant and parenting women and their children. Davidson, Rutherford

$

2,225,000.00

$

10,000.00

April 2019

Housing, Shelter

Welcome Home Ministries is raising funds to pay down two mortgages on recovery facilities. Davidson

$

75,000.00

$

26,000.00

November 2019

Human Services

West Nashville Dream Center has set a goal of raising $700,000 to renovate and expand a facility to turn into its new physical location.

$

700,000.00

$

574,800.00

May 2018

$

12,000,000.00

$

8,600,000.00

April 2014

$

90,000.00

$

59,000.00

March 2018

$

5,000,000.00

$

50,000.00

September 2019

Welcome Home Ministries

West Nashville Dream Center

Davidson

Williamson Medical Foundation, Inc.

Health Care

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

Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness & Relief

The Close to Home Campaign is raising funds for world class pediatric and surgical services. Williamson Medical Center has opened the Monroe Carell, Jr. Children's Hospital Vanderbilt at its facility, with eight procedure rooms for pediatric emergency services and 16 inpatient beds. The next phase of this campaign is the expansion of the Labor and Delivery floor and the addition of a new orthopedic surgery center. Williamson Rehab 23 is raising funds to replace and maintain its Primary Response Vehicle. Wilson

Human Services

Working Dogs for Vets is raising funds to build a state-of-the-art training campus for the dogs in their program. This 16,000 square foot facility would be able to accommodate 48 dogs and their training partners.

Working Dogs for Vets

Middle Tennessee, Statewide, National


Capital Campaigns Completed in 2019

Organization

Barefoot Republic, Inc. Blue Monarch Braxton Lee Homestead Foundation, Inc. Camp Marymount Christian Schools Inc. Colby's Army Inc Dismas, Inc. Family and Children's Service Friends of Bledsoe Creek State Park Friends of Franklin Parks, Inc. Friends of Long Hunter State Park, Inc. Humane Society of Lincoln County Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee Kiwanis of Nashville Foundation LTC Leaving The Cocoon Make Nashville Miracle League of Music City Mothers' Milk Bank of Tennessee Mustard Seed Ranch Nashville Inner City Ministry, Inc. National Museum of African American Music Old School Farm, Inc. One Day of Hope of Coffee County Open Table of Nashville, Inc. Pet Community Center

Total Amount Raised

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

1,387,476.00 443,000.00 40,000.00 210,000.00 6,000,000.00 65,000.00 7,700,000.00 10,200,000.00 6,000.00 300,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 1,800,000.00 125,000.00 22,000.00 5,700.00 912,000.00 30,000.00 1,800,000.00 5,493,257.00 33,000,000.00 10,500.00 40,000.00 900,000.00 200,000.00


Anticipated Capital Campaigns 2021-2023

Adventure Science Center Nashville

Friends of Long Hunter State Park, Inc.

South Nashville Action People / SNAP Southern Alliance for Animal Welfare / Lincoln County St. Mary Villa Child Development Center Tennessee Justice For Our Neighbors

Alive Hospice All About Rescue and Fixin Inc American Baptist Theological Seminary

Friendship House Inc Healing Housing, Inc. Love and Purrs Sanctuary

Attachment Parenting International Blue Monarch Byrum-Porter Senior Center Carpe Artista, Inc.

LTC Leaving The Cocoon Main Street McMinnville McClain Christian Academy Moves & Grooves, Inc.

Cedarcroft Home, Inc. Cheekwood Citizens for Homeless Relief, Inc. / Shepherd's House Colby's Army Inc Community Clinic of Shelbyville & Bedford County Cottage Cove Urban Ministries Davidson County Foster Care Association FALL Friends of Lonesome Historic Site, Inc.

Nashville Conflict Resolution Center Nashville State Community College Foundation

Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry The Educators' Cooperative The Hope Society, INC The King's Daughters Day Home dba The King's Daughters Child Development Center The Nashville Pipes and Drums

Open Door Pregnancy Center Poverty and the Arts

The New Life Center The Shower Truck/Shower Up

Read to Achieve Retrieving Independence, Inc. Rural Animal Rescue Effort (RARE) Shower the People Songs for Sound

The View Community Resource Coalition United Way of Humphreys County Upper Cumberland Broadcast Council Ziggy's Tree Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

Profile for The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

2020 Capital Campaign Report  

This report includes information on current, anticipated, and recently completed capital campaigns in Middle Tennessee.

2020 Capital Campaign Report  

This report includes information on current, anticipated, and recently completed capital campaigns in Middle Tennessee.

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