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2016 CAPITAL

CAMPAIGN REPORT


2016 GivingMatters.com Capital Campaign Report Since 2007, GivingMatters.com has produced an annual Capital Campaign Report to further the program’s mission of informing and enriching philanthropy in Middle Tennessee. The data in this report is compiled from hundreds of responses to a survey distributed to more than 1,500 nonprofits throughout Middle Tennessee, as well as from nonprofit data provided in GivingMatters.com. This report intends to: • announce new campaigns to local funders; • give donors an update on funds raised-to-date in ongoing capital campaigns; • provide information on recently completed campaigns; • share preliminary plans for capital campaigns in the next three years; and • note trends over time in Middle Tennessee. A capital campaign is defined as a fundraising effort beyond annual operating or program budgets, which is focused on the purchase of a permanent asset (land, building, major equipment) or a major renovation project. Endowment campaigns may also be part of a capital campaign. Last year, Middle Tennessee nonprofits self-reported 75 campaigns in process. This year’s report includes details from 60 organizations reporting involvement in current capital campaigns. The number of anticipated capital campaigns reported has decreased from last year’s report, to 51 campaigns expected to launch in the next three years, compared to 147 campaigns reported to be in the planning stages last year. GivingMatters.com is an online resource that informs, empowers and enriches charitable giving in Middle Tennessee. GivingMatters.com furthers the cause of philanthropy in our region by promoting nonprofit transparency and putting nonprofit information at the fingertips of donors, volunteers, and community members. GivingMatters.com is an initiative of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, and is supported by the following partners: Aladdin Industries Foundation, Inc. AWC Family Foundation Baptist Healing Trust Cal Turner Family Foundation

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

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


2016 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:

85 107 102 90 83

83 80 74 75 60

Reported Capital Campaigns Completed in 2015: 13 Reported Amount Raised for 2015 Completed Campaigns: $233,678,763 Total Goal of Current Campaigns Total Amount Raised-to-Date

$2,719,725,670 $1,671,841,465

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

$2,629,725,670 $1,629,841,465

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 16 11 10 6 6 3 3 3 1 1

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

Total Campaign Goals $53,966,800 $137,535,001 $299,900,000 $659,000 $7,664,869 $183,200,000 $2,002,400,000 $11,900,000 $20,000,000 $2,500,000

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>$50,000,000: 5


Organization Name

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Alive Hospice

Health

Funds will be used to build a resident facility in Rutherford County which will also serve the surrounding counties. Of the stated goal (which may increase due to increased construction costs), $2+ million will be contributed by the organization in hopes of raising $5.1 million from the community.

Bedford, Cannon, Coffee, Williamson, Wilson

Aquinas College

Education

IGNITE is the first step in a capital campaign, to fully realize the road Middle Tennessee, map for the future summarized in Vision 2020: Truth & Charity. Statewide, National IGNITE allows Aquinas to chiefly focus on the implementation of expanded facilities, enhancement of student experience, fostering of spiritual growth, and cementing of academic distinction.

Ark Community Resource and Assistance Center

Human Services

$30,000,000

$8,000,000

July 2014

$50,000

$0

April 2016

Davidson, Dickson, Rutherford, Williamson, Wilson, Middle Tennessee

$3,500,000

$0

August 2016

Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson, Middle Tennessee

$1,400,000

$651,000

January 2014

$250,000

$65,000

November 2015

$4,500,000

$3,843,000

April 2015

$264,869

$209,103

April 2014

Funds will be used for a 900 sq. ft. addition to the existing building. The organization does not have the needed funds to repave the parking lot, install required landscaping, build a new required exit onto state Highway 70, and other changes that may need to be made. It is in the process of getting bids for this project. Estimate $35,000-$50,000. Human Services Funds will be used to create Aspen Tree Center, a location for healing and life transformation ministries. The center will provide training and employment of former inmates, and provide Christian counseling, spiritual direction, and Christian coaching for people from all walks of life. The money will be used for the building and equipment. Youth Development The purpose is to double our camper capacity at our overnight facility, which will allow Barefoot to provide Christ-centered, multicultural camping experiences to the 500+ students on its waiting list. The campaign will also have a significant impact on the organization's ability to generate earned income to help the ministry become more self-sustainable.

Cheatham

Battle of Franklin Trust

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Statewide

Belcourt Theatre Inc.

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Aspen Tree Ministries

Barefoot Republic, Inc.

There are two purposes of this capital campaign. First is to secure and preserve the aging Carter outbuildings, the farm office and smokehouse, and to relocate the slave cabin to a more historically accurate location (goal $150,000). The second is improvements to Battlefield Park site, including the removal of two houses (goal $100,000). Funds will be used for a major renovation project that will protect and preserve the Belcourt's historic gem, the 1925 Hall, while making essential building improvements that upgrade key spaces for audiences and staff and address significant structural shortcomings in accessibility and safety.

Raised as of March 1, Campaign Start 2016 Date $7,100,000 $1,000,000 November 2015 Goal

Davidson

Boys & Girls Clubs of Maury Youth Development Funds will be used for the renovation of the Teen Center and Maury County supplement a $50,000 renovation grant obtained from Lowe's. After renovation, they will be used to purchase new furniture and equipment for sponsorship rooms.


Organization Name Cannon County Rescue Squad

Carpe Artista, Inc.

Cheekwood

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness & Relief Arts, Culture & Humanities

Funds will be used to purchase a new rescue truck to replace the existing rescue apparatus which is over 28 years old and 20+ years of service as an emergency response vehicle.

Cannon

Funds will be used for the renovation, upgrading and mortgage payments of a recently-purchased building that will be the organization's flagship training building for Carpe Studio and new home of Carpe Cafe within the Historic Downtown District of Smyrna, Tenn. This includes purchasing additional equipment to expand needed education spaces and training equipment.

Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson

Arts, Culture & Humanities

The Cheekwood Campaign is focused on financial sustainability and Davidson growth, with the goal of building the organization's endowment, addressing deferred maintenance, and establishing capital reserve funds for the care and maintenance of Cheekwood, as well as the enhancement of the Sculpture Trail and addition of a Children's Garden.

Chris Adams Flight Academy Education

Funds will be used for computers, equipment, text books, headsets, radios, flight simulators, educational programs and airplane expenses related to Discovery Flights. Christian Community Education Funds will be used to build a gymnasium and remodel current Schools facilities to make room for additional classrooms. Christian Schools Inc. Education Funds will be used to construct a new middle school building, gym, (Goodpasture Christian collaborative idea center, audio/visual engineering center, School) entrepreneur/innovation lab and 16 classrooms, along with updating quad, landscaping, furnishings and equipment, and making many other campus improvements. Country Music Foundation Arts, Culture & Funds will underwrite the Country Music Hall of Fame and Humanities Museum's 210,000 sq. ft. expansion ($77.5 million), scale up the Museum's collection, exhibition, and education programs to accommodate a 62% increase in visitation and to fully activate expanded spaces ($22.5 million). Cumberland Adult Reading Education Funds will pay for student and tutor materials in support of the Council organization's Adult Literacy Program. Deer Run Retreat Center Youth Development Funds will go toward the building of new camp facilities to accommodate the growing number of campers Deer Run sees annually. The multi-use building will accommodate 350 people and include a kitchen, dining room, auditorium, meeting space and health center; seven cabins that sleep 16 people each; and an administrative office building. Dickson County Help Center Human Services Funds will help pay off the organization's new roof, which cost $99,900, and as of this report, has been paid down to $70,000. The organization's goal is to have it paid off within 5 years.

Davidson

Davidson, Robertson, Sumner Cheatham, Davidson, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Trousdale, Williamson, Wilson Local, Regional, National, International

Cumberland Kentucky, Middle Tennessee, National

Dickson

Raised as of March 1, Campaign Start 2016 Date $120,000 $18,000 April 2016

Goal

$420,000

$35,000

July 2015

$30,000,000

$3,000,000

January 2016

$50,000

$0

March 2016

$4,000,000

$1,980,000

November 2013

$11,000,000

$1,400,000

October 2015

$100,000,000

$87,000,000

January 2012

$10,000

$2,000

January 2016

$2,800,000

$1,300,000

January 2015

$99,900

$30,000

January 2014


Organization Name

Organization Type

Ducks Unlimited Inc.

Environment

Empower Me Day Camp

Recreational Programs for Individuals with Disabilities

Campaign Description Provided by Agency The funds raised by the Rescue Our Wetlands capital campaign will support the five components vital to the survival of wetlands, waterfowl, communities, and ecosystems that rely on those resources: conserving breeding and wintering landscapes for waterfowl, growing the organization's endowment, conservation education, and growing events and other sources of unrestricted funds. Funds will go toward the construction of the Empower Me Center, which will include a community recreational building, recreational sports complex, and independent living cottages. The goal of phase one is to raise $3 million toward the $15 million project to purchase the land and build two cottages to use for existing programming.

Counties/Areas Served National

Davidson, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Sumner, Trousdale, Warren, Williamson, Wilson, Middle Tennessee

$3,000,000

$1,250,000

January 2016

$8,000,000

$1,500,000

August 2015

$1,816,900

$1,721,694

October 2010

$50,000

$5,000

November 2015

Middle Tennessee, Statewide, National

$60,000,000

$34,000,000

December 2012

Davidson, Fentress, Williamson

$20,000

$200,000

Family and Children's Human Services Service Fannie Battle Day Home for Human Services Children, Inc.

Funds will go toward the contruction of a new building at a new Middle Tennessee location. The organization has already moved to 108 Chapel Avenue, Davidson doubling its square footage, and increasing its numbers. One of the two new classrooms outlined as part of the campaign is complete. The organization hopes to complete the campaign and open the final classroom in the months to come.

Fashioned In His Image Women's Services Total Women's Center, Inc.

The I Love Being A Girl Campaign will raise funds to renovate the organization's 18,000 sq. ft. facility, including laying new flooring, replacing ceiling tiles, painting, drywall and fixtures. The goal of the campaign is to generate $60 million for endowed chairs and professorships, physical improvements to campus buildings and student scholarships. Funds raised will finance an Artist-in-Residence program in a local school with Williamson Arts Council; the rehab of the Old Jail in Franklin with the Heritage Foundation; increase the organization's financial endowment at Columbia State CC; fund scholarships; support women's/children's/veteran's health/home initiatives; and promote citizenship and civic involvement.

Fisk University

Education

General Federation of Philanthropy, Women's Clubs (Brentwood Voluntarism & Woman's Club) Grantmaking

Raised as of March 1, Campaign Start 2016 Date $2,000,000,000 $1,290,000,000 January 2013 Goal

Davidson

Global Sanctuary for Elephants

Animal-Related

Monies raised will go towards the creation of the first Elephant Care International/Brazil Center and two 20-acre corrals that will enable Global Sanctuary to begin rescuing elephants from throughout Latin America. This is just the first phase of development, and once done, the organization will continue to expand on the space that the elephants are provided.

Greenhouse Ministries

Human Services

The purpose of the Build the Greenhouse capital campaign is to pay Rutherford off a recent land purchase, build a new facility on that land (housing all Greenhouse client services and administrative offices), purchase and renovate Greenhouse's current building into a full thrift store to increase revenue reinvested into Greenhouse, and establish a 3month savings.

$6,000,000

$7,500 September 2015

$35,000

January 2016

$450,000 September 2015


Organization Name

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

High Hopes, Inc.

Health

Horton Haven Inc.

Youth Development Construct a 4,000 sq. ft. lodge for housing directing staff, health care professionals and a health center.

Kiwanis of Nashville Foundation

Funds will be used to fully fund the land purchase and construction of High Hopes' new inclusive preschool and therapy clinic.

Counties/Areas Served Bedford, Cheatham, Coffee, Cumberland, Davidson, Dickson, Franklin, Giles, Hickman, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Perry, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Sumner, Wayne, Williamson, Wilson Bedford, Coffee, Davidson, Marshall, Maury, Rutherford, Wilson

$400,000

$127,800

October 2015

$154,000

$95,000

October 2012

$15,000

$3,000

January 2016

$8,650,000

$4,603,000

January 2015

Davidson, Statewide

$1,000,000

$5,000

January 2016

Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, Wilson

$2,500,000

Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Manchester Municipal Arts Arts, Culture & Commission Humanities

The Kiwanis Global Campaign for Children hopes to eliminate maternal/neonatal tetanus in 22 remaining nations.

Davidson

Funds will go toward replacing the organization's roof.

Bedford, Cannon, Coffee, Moore, Rutherford, Warren, Middle Tennessee

Men of Valor

Human Services

Funds raised will go toward the construction costs of Men of Valor's Middle Tennessee new campus providing transitional housing, family/job support, counseling, education and medical services.

Mothers' Milk Bank of Tennessee Mt. Juliet West Wilson County Senior Citizens Service Center Music City Youth in the Arts /Music City Drum and Bugle Corps

Health

Mustard Seed Ranch

Nashville Classical Charter School

Senior Services

Funds will finance the building of a new 18,000 sq. ft. building on a donated site.

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Funds raised will go toward the purchase of new professionalStatewide quality brass instruments for the drum corps, whose members range in age from 14 to 21. The professional-quality instruments will replace instruments that were purchased when the corps first began in 2008. Youth Development Mustard Seed Ranch is at capacity with two boys' homes and one Putnam girls' home. Funds raised through the Seed Sower Capital Campaign will go toward building another boys' home and a girls' home for children who have experienced abuse or neglect. Education

Raised as of March 1, Campaign Start 2016 Date $3,800,000 $2,996,739 September 2011 Goal

Funds raised will go toward the final phase Nashville Classical's Davidson renovation of its historic East Head Start building. The $600,000 goal includes installation of a commercial kitchen, construction of eight tutoring, meeting, and testing rooms, and installation of a modular unit.

$35,000 September 2015

$65,000

$20,000

November 2015

$1,800,000

$673,000

March 2016

$600,000

$150,000

December 2015


Organization Name Nashville Public Radio

Organization Type Arts, Culture & Humanities

Nashville Zoo at Grassmere Animal-Related

Native American Indian Association of Tennessee

Human Services

Oakmont Elementary Parent Education Teacher Organization Preserve Lindsley Avenue Now, Inc.

Religion-Related

Progress Inc. Human Services Project C.A.M.P., Inc. (The Human Services Center for Courageous Kids)

Purpose Preparatory Academy, Inc.

Education

Richland Creek Watershed Alliance / RCWA

Environment

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

The campaign will build the "next generation" news department with an expanded staff capable of wider and deeper coverage of key issues facing Middle Tennessee; upgrade infrastructure and technology to engage listeners whenever and wherever they access services; and complete the purchase of Classical 91.1 WFCL FM to ensure Middle Tennesseans have access to classical music.

Bedford, Cannon, Cheatham, Coffee, Davidson, Franklin, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lewis, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Overton, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Trousdale, White, Williamson, Wilson, Middle Tennessee

Nashville Zoo's Grow Wild campaign will expand the quality and Middle Tennessee care of its collection, creating world-class habitats for many new species, and a new veterinary hospital. The expansion will also provide additional quest amenities, as the Zoo continues to serve Middle Tennessee as a leading resource for education, conservation and recreation. Funds will go toward the construction of the Circle of Life Center, Statewide which will include a Tennessee Native American museum and a place for Native Americans to gather for meetings, rituals, training and activities. Funds raised will support the purchase and installation of a Dickson changeable letter sign at Oakmont Elementary School. Funds will go toward the repair and restoration of the exterior of the historic 1894 Lindsley Avenue Church of Christ building, including the stained glass windows. Funds will go toward an additional building. Funds will support the growth and sustainability of The Center for Courageous Kids' campus and services for the future. Funds will be used to update facilities, for new construction, to improve programs offered to campers, and to increase the number of campers served annually. The total cost of the building purchase and expansion is estimated to be approximately $3,600,000. The initial plan for funding this project would be to provide 15% equity and the balance with a local lender through their community reinvestment funds or a similar program. Funds raised will be used to acquire a pickup truck, computer and land/building to help facilitate and implement objectives and goals for the RCWA Strategic Plan 2013. The organization's current pickup truck has been used for nine years and is beyond repair.

Raised as of March 1, Campaign Start 2016 Date $4,500,000 $2,840,044 January 2012 Goal

$163,000,000

$59,000,000

June 2014

$1,100,000

$450,000

October 2001

$3,000

$2,024

January 2016

$250,000

$40,000

May 2015

$1,000,000 $10,000,000

$615,000 $1,390,150

July 2014 January 2014

Davidson

$3,600,000

$350,000

February 2016

Davidson

$200,000

$5,000

December 2013

Davidson

Middle Tennessee Kentucky, Statewide, National, Williamson


Organization Name

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee

Food, Agriculture & Funds will be used to retrofit Second Harvest's current distribution Nutrition center in Metro Center in Nashville, build a 75,000+ sq. ft. distribution center in Murfreesboro and build a 30,000+ sq. ft. distribution center in Camden. Also built into the campaign is two years of operating expenses.

Simon Youth Foundation

Education

Tennessee Aquarium

Animal-Related

Tennessee Children's Home Human Services

Tennessee Latino Civil Rights Organization Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation

Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy Environment

Tennessee State Museum Foundation

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Counties/Areas Served Bedford, Benton, Cannon, Carroll, Cheatham, Chester, Clay, Coffee, Cumberland, Davidson, Decatur, DeKalb, Dickson, Franklin, Gibson, Giles, Hardin, Henderson, Henry, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Macon, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Overton, Perry, Pickett, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Stewart, Sumner, Trousdale, Warren, Wayne, Weakley, White, Williamson, Wilson, Middle Tennessee

Funds raised will be used to build-out the two newest Simon Youth Davidson, National Academies: Simon Youth Academy at Katy Mills and Simon Youth Academy at Roosevelt Field. Funds will support the Aquarium's four strategic priorities: Statewide conservation innovation; community outreach; engaging exhibits; and endowment increases. The Providing Direction campaign focuses on four areas: In East Statewide Tenn., the funding of two new group homes and a new educational building; in West Tenn., the building of two group homes and increasing the size of the current educational facility; in North Central Tenn., renovations for three homes; and the endowment fund. Davidson, Statewide Funds raised will be used to protect 1,000 acres on Bear Den and Brady Mountains at Grassy Cove. The land will be purchased and transferred to State Parks as part of the Cumberland Trail.

Cumberland

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

Statewide

Raised as of March 1, Campaign Start 2016 Date $20,000,000 $7,000,000 February 2015 Goal

$272,001

$0

January 2016

$20,000,000

$8,769,581

January 2012

$6,000,000

$633,256 September 2013

$30,000

$75

May 2015

$2,200,000

$794,000

June 2015

$160,000,000

$120,000,000

March 2016


Organization Name

Organization Type

Campaign Description Provided by Agency

Counties/Areas Served

Thistle Farms, Inc.

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

Funds raised through the campaign will be used to purchase land Davidson and build a 5,000 sq.ft. manufacturing facility that is projected to create 30 jobs and increase sales growth to $2 million. Additionally, funds will be used to remodel Thistle Farms' existing headquarters and create a National Education and Outreach Center projected to create 70 jobs and space for education and 2,000+ guests per year. Lastly, funds will be used to expand Thistle Stop CafĂŠ, increasing food service training, creating a new menu and increased revenues.

United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties

Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Education

United Way seeks funds to build out the interior and create new space in its new property.

Cannon, Dekalb, Rutherford, Warren

Funds will go toward the University School's endowment, facilities, programs and annual fund. The Urban League of Middle Tennessee, along with maintaining existing programs, is seeking seed money for an expansion project called the Urban Center at ULMT.

Middle Tennessee

University School of Nashville Urban League of Middle Tennessee

Vision 2020 Inc. Ward School Community Preservation Association West Nashville Sports League

Human Services

Arts, Culture & Humanities Human Services

Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Franklin, Maury, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson

Funds will go toward the restoration of the Historic Bank Building on Macon Main Street. Funds will be used to restore the Ward School building to its original Trousdale state, when it was used as a school for African American students.

Youth Development Funds raised will go toward the building of the Miracle Field of Music City, a new custom-designed field that will allow children with special needs to play baseball without the fear of injury. The field will include an ADA-approved playground, bathrooms and concession stand.

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

Raised as of March 1, Campaign Start 2016 Date $3,500,000 $1,585,000 June 2015 Goal

$85,000

$55,000

February 2015

$28,000,000

$22,000,000

July 2011

$1,000,000

$0

February 2016

$150,000

$56,000

December 2012

$200,000

$40,000

June 2014

$1,000,000

$5,500

October 2015


Capital Campaigns Completed in 2015 Organization

Total Amount Raised

Abe's Garden Arts Center of Cannon County Franklin County Humane Society (Animal Harbor) Friends of Bledsoe Creek State Park General Federation of Women's Clubs (Brentwood Woman's Club) Global Sanctuary for Elephants Happy Tales Humane, Inc. Manchester Municipal Arts Commission Middle Tennessee State University Foundation Nashville Classical Charter School Nashville Public Library Foundation Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency

$11,600,000 $630,630 $634,000 $55,000 $19,185 $260,000 $26,000 $14,000 $105,000,000 $200,000 $115,200,000 $39,048 $900 $233,678,763


Anticipated Capital Campaigns 2017-2019

Affordable Housing of Nashville/Affordable Housing Resources Inc. Almost Home Transitional Housing Program Arts Center of Cannon County Backfield in Motion Battle of Franklin Trust Blessed Revelations Blue Monarch Boys & Girls Clubs of Maury County Cannon County Rescue Squad Carpe Artista, Inc. Cheekwood Chris Adams Flight Academy Christian Community Outreach, Inc. Christian Schools Inc. (Goodpasture Christian School) Cumberland Adult Reading Council Deer Run Retreat Center Exchange Club/Stephens Center Fisk University Friends of Bledsoe Creek State Park Friends of Kellytown General Federation of Women's Clubs (Brentwood Woman's Club) Gilda's Club Nashville Global Sanctuary for Elephants High Hopes, Inc. Hip Donelson, Inc. Holly Street Corporation Holy Rosary Academy Humane Association of Wilson County, Inc./New Leash on Life Linden Waldorf School Lipscomb University Manchester Municipal Arts Commission

Men of Valor Mending Hearts, Inc. Nashville Opportunities Industrialization Center/Nashville OIC Nashville Public Library Foundation Nature Conservancy of Tennessee Oakmont Elementary Parent Teacher Organization PENCIL Foundation Preserve Lindsley Avenue Now, Inc. Refuge Center for Counseling Simon Youth Foundation Sophia's Heart Foundation Inc. Tennessee Latino Civil Rights Organization Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee The Heimerdinger Foundation The JAM Advanced Music Camp Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency Vision 2020 Inc. West Nashville Sports League Williamson County Education Foundation, Inc.

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