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  • Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund Awards $1.9 million in grants to Middle Tennessee Nonprofits

     

    The Maddox Charitable Fund is pleased to award $1,905,000 in grants to Middle Tennessee nonprofits.  Since 2009, the Charitable Fund has awarded over $18,000,000 to improve the lives of young people and to advance wildlife conservation.

     

    We are pleased to partner with

    Bass-N-Buddies

    Bethlehem Centers Of Nashville

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee

    Book Em

    Boys & Girls Club Of Maury County Inc.

    Center for Nonprofit Management

    Communities In Schools of Tennessee

    Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

    CommunityNashville

    Conexion Americas

    Crossroads Pets- Shop & Adopt

    Cumberland River Compact

    Dancing Through the Curriculum (DTC)

    Discovery Center

    East Nashville Hope Exchange

    FiftyForward

    Franktown Open Hearts

    Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee

    Governor's Books From Birth Foundation

    Hands on Nashville

    Hands on Nashville

    Harpeth River Watershed Association

    Homework Hotline

    Horizons @ University School of Nashville

    King's Daughters Child Development Center

    KIPP East Nashville Preparatory

    Lewis County Historical Society

    Lipscomb University

    Martha O'Bryan Center

    McNeilly Center For Children Inc

    Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America

    Monroe Harding

    Nashville Civic Design Center

    Nashville International Center for Empowerment

    Nashville Public Education Foundation

    Nashville Public Library Foundation

    Nations Ministry Center

    Nature Conservancy, Tennessee Chapter

    Oasis Center

    Oasis Center

    Operation Andrew Group, Inc.

    PENCIL Foundation

    Preston Taylor Ministries

    Project Transformation Transformation, Inc.

    Richland Creek Watershed Alliance (RCWA)

    Safe Haven Family Shelter

    Salama Urban Ministries

    Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee

    Southeastern Council of Foundations

    Southern Word Inc

    St. Luke's Community House

    STARS

    Tennessee Environmental Council

    Tennessee Immigrant And Refugee Rights Coalition

    Tennessee Justice for Our Neighbors

    Tennessee Wildlife Federation

    Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation

    Wayne Reed Christian Childcare Center

    Young Men's Christian Association of Middle Tennessee (YMCA)

    Youth Incorporated

    YWCA

     

    Mission

    The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund’s mission is to better our community through strategic investments in furthering wildlife conservation, and in improving the lives of young people.

    We invest in efforts that:

    • Focus on education
    • Focus on low-income youth
    • Support and protect wildlife habitats, especially those important for hunting and fishing

     

    We look for initiatives that operate out of:

    • A mindset of effective management and excellence
    • A culture of results and innovation
    • A philosophy of high impact  (Micro or macro)
    • Approaches that have the ability to significantly improve the lives and communities of the underserved

    Our founders had a commitment to helping disadvantaged young people who strive to better their lives.  And they had a love of nature and a passion for hunting and fishing.

     

  • Dan and Margaret with granddaughter Tommye

    Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund

    Awards nearly $2 million in grants to

    Middle Tennessee Nonprofits

     

     

    Nashville—April 25, 2016  The Maddox Charitable Fund is pleased to award nearly $2,000,000 in grants to Middle Tennessee nonprofits.  Since 2009, the Charitable Fund has awarded $16,400,000 to advance the foundation’s mission to better our community through strategic investments furthering wildlife conservation and improving the lives of young people.

    2016 grantee organizations include:

    Adventure Science Center

    Assistance League of Nashville

    Bass-N-Buddies

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee

    Book Em

    Boys & Girls Club Of Maury County Inc.

    Cannon County Youth DREAM

    Center for Nonprofit Management

    Communities In Schools of Tennessee

    Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

    CommunityNashville

    Conexión Américas

    Cumberland River Compact

    Discovery Center

    Ducks Unlimited

    East Nashville Hope Exchange

    Education Pioneers Inc

    Fannie Battle Day Home for Children

    FiftyForward

    Friends of Warner Parks

    Gallatin Shalom Zone

    Gentrys Education Center At The Store Front Inc

    Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee

    Governor's Books From Birth Foundation

    Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees

    Greenhouse Ministries

    Hands on Nashville

    Harpeth River Watershed Association

    Harvest Hands Community Development Corporation

    Homework Hotline

    Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee, Inc.

    King's Daughters Child Development Center

    Lewis County Historical Society

    Lipscomb University

    Martha O'Bryan Center

    Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America

    Monroe Harding

    Nashville Public Education Foundation

    Nashville Public Library Foundation

    Nations Ministry Center

    Nature Conservancy, Tennessee Chapter

    Oasis Center

    PENCIL Foundation

    Preston Taylor Ministries

    Project Transformation

    Richland Creek Watershed Alliance (RCWA)

    Safe Haven Family Shelter

    Salama Urban Ministries

    Second Harvest

    Southeastern Council of Foundations

    Southern Word Inc

    Special Education Advocacy Center Of Tennessee

    St. Luke's Community House

    STARS

    STEM Preparatory Academy

    Teach For America Inc

    Tennessee Environmental Council

    Tennessee Foreign Language Institute Fund Inc

    Tennessee Wildlife Federation

    Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation

    The Land Trust For Tennessee

    Urban League of Middle Tennessee

    Wayne Reed Christian Childcare Center

    Youth Incorporated

    Youth Villages

    YWCA

    The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund’s mission is to better our community through strategic investments in furthering wildlife conservation, and in improving the lives of young people.

    We invest in efforts that:

    • Focus on education
    • Focus on low-income youth
    • Support and protect wildlife habitats, especially those important for hunting and fishing

    We look for initiatives that operate out of:

    • A mindset of effective management and excellence
    • A culture of results and innovation
    • A philosophy of high impact  (micro or macro)
    • Approaches that have the ability to significantly improve the lives and communities of the underserved

    Our founders had a commitment to helping disadvantaged young people who strive to better their lives.  And they had a love of nature and a passion for hunting and fishing.

  • Dan and Margaret

    Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund Awards $2,146,500 

     

    NASHVILLE – April 27, 2015 –  The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund today awarded  $2,146.500  in grants to 73 Middle Tennessee nonprofit organization that make a positive difference in the lives of young people or that promote the conservation of wildlife habitat, including hunting and fishing.

     

                “The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund’s mission is to better our community through strategic investments in furthering wildlife conservation, and in improving the lives of young people,” said Kay Simmons, Chairman of the Board of Directors.  “The board hopes these gifts honor the philanthropic legacy of Dan and Margaret Maddox.”

     

    Today’s awards bring the total grants awarded to nonprofit organizations in Middle Tennessee to more than $14.87 million since 2008.

     

                According to David Esquivel, Chairman of the Grant Committee, the Charitable Fund received 111 applications for funding.  “Middle Tennessee has a strong nonprofit community doing important work,” said Esquivel. “The Maddox Grant Committee looked for high-impact programs in organizations with excellent management.”

     

     “This is our favorite time of the year because we know these funds will make a difference in the Middle Tennessee community where Dan and Margaret lived and thrived,” said Kaki Friskics-Warren, Executive Director of the Charitable Fund.

     

                The 2015 grants were awarded to the following nonprofit organizations:

     

    Adventure Science Center

    Assistance League of Nashville

    Bass-N-Buddies

    Belmont University

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee

    Book Em!

    Boys & Girls Club Of Maury County Inc.

    Boys & Girls Club of Rutherford County

    Cannon County Youth DREAM

    Center for Nonprofit Management

    Center For Refugees And Immigrants Of Tennessee

    Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

    Community Nashville

    Community Resource Center

    Conexión Américas

    Cumberland River Compact

    Discovery Center

    East Nashville Hope Exchange

    Eighteenth Avenue Family Enrichment Center

    Family Reconciliation Center

    Fannie Battle Day Home for Children

    FiftyForward

    Franktown Open Hearts

    Gallatin Shalom Zone

    Gentrys Education Center At The Store Front

    Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee

    Governor's Books From Birth Foundation

    Grace M. Eaton Childcare

    Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees

    Grantmakers for Effective Organizations

    Hands on Nashville

    Harpeth River Watershed Association

    Harvest Hands Community Development Corporation

    Homework Hotline

    In Full Motion, Inc.

    Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee

    King's Daughters Child Development Center

    KIPP East Nashville Preparatory

    Learning Matters

    Lewis County Historical Society

    Martha O'Bryan Center

    McNeilly Center For Children

    Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America

    Monroe Harding

    Nashville International Center for Empowerment

    Nashville Public Education Foundation

    Nations Ministry Center

    Nature Conservancy, Tennessee Chapter

    Oasis Center

    Operation Andrew Group, Inc.

    PENCIL Foundation

    Preston Taylor Ministries

    Project Transformation

    Rocketown of Middle Tennessee

    Safe Haven Family Shelter

    Salama Urban Ministries

    Second Harvest

    Southeastern Council of Foundations

    Southern Word

    St. Luke's Community House

    STARS

    STEM Preparatory Academy

    Teach For America

    Tennessee Environmental Council

    Tennessee Justice for Our Neighbors

    Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation

    Tennessee Wildlife Federation

    Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation

    The Land Trust For Tennessee

    Urban League of Middle Tennessee

    Wayne Reed Christian Childcare Center

    Young Men's Christian Association of Middle Tennessee (YMCA)

    Youth Villages

    YWCA

     

    About the Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund

    The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund’s mission is to better our community through strategic investments in furthering wildlife conservation, and in improving the lives of young people.

    We invest in efforts that:

    • Focus on education
    • Focus on low-income youth
    • Support and protect wildlife habitats, especially those important for hunting and fishing

     

    We look for initiatives that operate out of:

    • A mindset of effective management and excellence
    • A culture of results and innovation
    • A philosophy of high impact  (micro or macro)
    • Approaches that have the ability to significantly improve the lives and communities of the underserved

    Our founders had a commitment to helping disadvantaged young people who strive to better their lives.  And they had a love of nature and a passion for hunting and fishing.

     

    The Maddox Charitable Fund can be reached at 100 Taylor Ave A-30, Nashville, TN 37208 or at 615-385-1006.  Or visit our Web site at www. maddoxcharitablefund.org.

  • Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund Awards $2,128,864  

     

    NASHVILLE – Oct. 8, 2013 – The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund today awarded  $2,128,864  in grants to 71 Middle Tennessee nonprofit organization that make a positive difference in the lives of young people or that promote the conservation of wildlife habitat in support of hunting and fishing.

                “The ability to support nonprofits serving low-income youth as well as programs focused on education fall right in line with Dan and Margaret’s interests,” said Becky Harrell, Chairman of the Board of Directors.  “Their love of hunting, fishing  and wildlife habitat conservation is also reflected in the grants we made this year.  Our goal is to honor Dan and Margaret Maddox.”

    Today’s awards bring the total grants awarded to nonprofit organizations in Middle Tennessee to more than $11.6 million since 2008.

                According to Art Rebrovick, Chairman of the Grant Committee, the Charitable Fund received 112 applications for funding.  “Dan and Margaret left a charitable legacy in Middle Tennessee.  The Maddox Charitable Fund is pleased to support  strong nonprofit organizations with effective programs ,” said Rebrovick.

                “Checks will be in the mail before the end of the year” said Executive Director Rev. Mary K. “Kaki” Friskics-Warren.  “This is our favorite time of the year because we know our nonprofit partners are impacting young lives or preserving wildlife habitat for generations to come.”

                The 2013 grants were awarded to the following nonprofit organizations:

    Adventure Science Center

    Assistance League of Nashville

    Bass-N-Buddies

    Belmont University

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee

    Book Em

    Boys & Girls Club Of Maury County Inc.

    Bridge Program

    Bridges

    Cannon County Youth DREAM

    Catholic Charities Of Tennessee Inc

    Center for Nonprofit Management

    Center For Refugees And Immigrants Of Tennessee

    Communities In Schools of Tennessee

    Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

    Community Resource Center

    Cumberland River Compact

    Discovery Center

    East Nashville Hope Exchange

    Fannie Battle Day Home for Children

    Fentress County Children's Center

    FiftyForward

    First Steps

    Franktown Open Hearts

    Gallatin Shalom Zone

    Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee

    Governor's Books From Birth Foundation

    Hands on Nashville

    Harvest Hands Community Development Corporation

    Homework Hotline

    In Full Motion, Inc.

    Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee, Inc.

    Justice for Our Neighbors (JFON)

    King's Daughters Child Development Center

    KIPP East Nashville Preparatory

    Lewis County Historical Society

    Martha O'Bryan Center

    McNeilly Center For Children Inc

    Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America

    Monroe Harding

    Montgomery Bell Academy of the University of Nashville

    Nashville Conflict Resolution Center

    Nashville International Center for Empowerment

    Nashville Zoo

    Nation's Ministry Center

    Nature Conservancy, Tennessee Chapter

    Oasis Center

    PENCIL Foundation

    Preston Taylor Ministries

    Renewal House

    Richland Creek Watershed Alliance Rcwa

    Rocketown of Middle Tennessee

    Salama Urban Ministries

    Save the Children

    Second Harvest

    Southeastern Council of Foundations

    St. Luke's Community House

    Teach For America Inc

    Tennessee Environmental Council

    Tennessee Wildlife Federation

    Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation

    The Land Trust For Tennessee

    Justice for Our Neighbors

    United Way of Metropolitan Nashville

    Urban League of Middle Tennessee

    Wayne Reed Christian Childcare Center

    Young Men's Christian Association of Middle Tennessee (YMCA)

    Youth Villages

    YWCA

     

    About the Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund

    Dan and Margaret Maddox were key community leaders until their tragic deaths in a boating accident in 1998.  The foundation, established in 1968, facilitated their philanthropic vision.  The Maddox Charitable Fund’s Board of  Directors is committed to fulfilling the charitable dreams of Dan and Margaret Maddox.

     

    The Maddox Charitable Fund can be reached at P.O. Box 58493, Nashville, TN 37205 or at 615-385-1006.  Or visit our Web site at www. maddoxcharitablefund.org.

  • Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund Awards $2,090,779  

    October 23, 2012 -- The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund today   awarded $2,090,779 in grants to 78 Middle Tennessee nonprofit organizations that make a positive impact in the lives of young people and to promote the conservation of wildlife resources.

                “Dan and Margaret Maddox cared about education and low income youth as well as wildlife habitat and to promote hunting and fishing. The Maddox Charitable Fund is honored to make contributions consistent with Dan and Margaret’s giving history,” said Charles Elcan, Chairman of the Board of Directors.

    Today’s awards bring the total grants awarded to nonprofit organizations in Middle Tennessee to more than $8.6 million since 2008.

                According to Art Rebrovick, Chairman of the Grant Committee, the Charitable Fund received 111 applications for funding.  “Dan and Margaret left an amazing charitable legacy in Middle Tennessee.  The Maddox Charitable Fund is pleased to support these strong nonprofit organizations with effective programs ,” said Rebrovick.

                The 2012 grants were awarded to the following nonprofit organizations:

    Adventure Science Center

    AGAPE

    American Cancer Society

    Assistance League of Nashville

    Backfield In Motion

    Bass-N-Buddies

    Belmont University

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee

    Book Em

    Boys & Girls Club of Rutherford County

    Bridge Program

    Bridges

    Cannon County Youth DREAM

    CASA Inc.  of Davidson County

    CASA of Maury County

    CASA of Sumner County

    CASA of Wilson County

    CASA Works Inc

    Catholic Charities Of Tennessee Inc

    Center for Health Services

    Center for Nonprofit Management

    Center For Refugees And Immigrants Of Tennessee

    Community Resource Center

    Discovery Center

    Ducks Unlimited

    East Nashville Hope Exchange

    Family & Children's Service

    Fannie Battle Day Home for Children

    Fentress County Children's Center

    FiftyForward

    First Steps

    Franktown Open Hearts

    Gallatin Shalom Zone

    Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee

    Governor's Books From Birth Foundation

    Hands on Nashville

    Harvest Hands Community Development Corporation

    Homework Hotline

    Hull-York Lakeland Resource Conservation and Development

    In Full Motion, Inc.

    Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee, Inc.

    King's Daughters Child Development Center

    Martha O'Bryan Center

    McNeilly Center For Children Inc

    Men of Valor

    Mentor TennisSee

    Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America

    Monroe Harding

    Nashville Conflict Resolution Center

    Nashville International Center for Empowerment

    Nashville Zoo

    Nature Conservancy, Tennessee Chapter

    Neighborhoods Resource Center

    PENCIL Foundation

    Preston Taylor Ministries

    Richland Creek Watershed Alliance Rcwa

    Rocketown of Middle Tennessee

    Safe Haven Family Shelter

    Salama Urban Ministries

    Salvation Army Nashville Area Command

    Second Harvest

    Southeastern Council of Foundations

    Southern Word Inc

    STARS

    Tennessee Environmental Council

    Tennessee Wildlife Federation

    Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation

    The Land Trust For Tennessee

    United Way of Metropolitan Nashville

    Urban League of Middle Tennessee

    Young Men's Christian Association of Middle Tennessee (YMCA)

    Youth Life Learning Centers

    Youth Villages

    YWCA

  • Dan and Margaret Maddox

    Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund Awards $2,318,718 

     

    NASHVILLE – Oct. 25, 2011 – The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund today announced it awarded $2,318,718 in grants to 65 Middle Tennessee nonprofit organizations.  The focus of the grants is to make a positive impact in the lives of young people and to promote the conservation of wildlife resources.

                “Dan and Margaret Maddox have left a legacy in Middle Tennessee.  Consistent with their passions, we have made grants to programs focused on education, services for young people with economic need and wildlife habitat conservation for the enjoyment of hunting and fishing,” said Robert Brandt, Chairman of the Board of Directors. Today’s awards bring the total grants awarded to nonprofit organizations serving those areas to more than $6.5 million since 2008.

                According to Tom Curtis, Chairman of the Grant Committee, the Charitable Fund received over 100 applications for funding.  “The committee received many strong proposals this year.  We worked to be faithful to Dan and Margaret’s original charitable intent.  Their generosity makes these gifts possible at a time when nonprofit organizations need them most,” said Curtis.

                The 2011 grants were awarded to the following nonprofit organizations:

     

    AGAPE

    American Cancer Society

    Arc of Davidson County (The)

    Assistance League of Nashville

    Bass-N-Buddies

    Belmont University

    Bethlehem Centers of Nashville

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee

    Book Em

    Books from Birth Middle Tennessee

    Boys & Girls Club of Rutherford County

    Bridge Program

    Bridges

    Cannon County Youth DREAM

    CASA, Inc. (Davidson)

    CASA Works, Inc.

    Catholic Charities of Tennessee, Inc.

    Center for Health Services

    Community Resource Center

    Cumberland River Compact

    Discovery Center

    Ducks Unlimited

    East Nashville Hope Exchange

    Fannie Battle Day Home for Children

    Fentress County Children's Center

    FiftyForward

    First Steps

    Gallatin Child Care Center

    Gallatin Shalom Zone

    Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee

    Grace M. Eaton Childcare

    Hands on Nashville

    Homework Hotline

    IKE Services

    In Full Motion

    Junior Achievement

    King's Daughters Child Development Center

    Land Trust for Tennessee

    Lewis County Historical Society

    Martha O'Bryan Center

    Men of Valor

    Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America

    Monroe Harding

    Nashville Conflict Resolution Center

    Nashville International Center for Empowerment

    Nashville Zoo

    Oasis Center

    PENCIL Foundation

    Preston Taylor Ministries

    Renewal House

    Rocketown of Middle Tennessee

    Rutherford Books From Birth, Inc.

    Safe Haven Family Shelter

    Salama Urban Ministries

    Second Harvest

    STARS

    Tennessee Environmental Council

    Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation

    Tennessee Wildlife Federation

    Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation

    Wayne Reed Christian Childcare Center

    You Have the Power

    Young Men's Christian Association of Middle Tennessee (YMCA)

    Youth Life Learning Centers

    Youth Villages

     

    About the Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund

    Dan and Margaret Maddox were key community leaders until their tragic deaths in a boating accident in 1998.  The foundation, established in 1968, facilitated their philanthropic vision.  In 2008, the court appointed a diverse Board of Directors committed to fulfilling the charitable dreams of Dan and Margaret Maddox.

     

    The Maddox Charitable Fund can be reached at P.O. Box 58493, Nashville, TN 37205 or at 615-385-1006.  Or visit our Web site at www. maddoxcharitablefund.org.

  • The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund  announces $2,490,837 

     

    The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund  announced it awarded $2,490,837 in grants to 60 Middle Tennessee nonprofits.  The focus of the grants is to make a positive impact in the lives of young people and promote the conservation of wildlife resources. 

     
    "Dan and Margaret Maddox had a passion for education, services for young people with economic need and wildlife habitat conservation for the enjoyment of hunting and fishing," said Art Rebrovick, Chairman of the Board of Directors.  "The Charitable Fund is focused on realizing their philanthropic dreams.  Today’s awards bring the total grants awarded to nonprofits serving those areas to more than $4.1 million since 2008."
     
    According to Cynthia Croom, Chairwoman of the Grant Committee, the Charitable Fund received 100 applications for funding.  "The committee worked to fund strong programs in the areas Dan and Margaret Maddox supported during their lifetimes," said Croom.
     
    The 2010 grants were awarded to the following nonprofit organizations:
    • American Cancer Society
    • Bass-N-Buddies 
    • Belmont University
    • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee
    • Book Em
    • Books from Birth Middle Tennessee 
    • Boy's and Girl's Club of Rutherford County
    • Bridge Program 
    • Cannon County Youth DREAM
    • CASA Inc.  (Davidson)
    • CASA, Inc.  (Sumner)
    • Center for Family Development
    • Delta Waterfowl Foundation--Nashville Chapter
    • Discovery Center (Murfreesboro)
    • East Nashville Hope Exchange
    • Fannie Battle Day Home for Children
    • Fentress County Children's Center
    • FiftyForward
    • First Steps
    • Franktown Open Hearts 
    • Friends of Radnor Lake
    • Gallatin Child Care Center
    • Gallatin Shalom Zone
    • Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee
    • Hands on Nashville
    • Homework Hotline
    • Hull-York Lakeland Resource Conservation and Development (HYL RCD)
    • IKE Services 
    • In Full Motion
    • Junior Achievement
    • King's Daughters Child Development Center
    • Land Trust For Tennessee
    • Lewis County Historical Society 
    • Martha O'Bryan Center
    • Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America
    • Monroe Harding
    • Montgomery Bell Academy
    • Nashville Conflict Resolution Center
    • Nashville International Center for Empowerment
    • Nashville Zoo
    • Nature Conservancy, Tennessee Chapter
    • Oasis Center
    • Pencil
    • Preston Taylor Ministries
    • Rocket Town
    • Safe Haven Family Shelter
    • Salama
    • Salvation Army Nashville Area Command
    • Second Harvest
    • St. Lukes
    • Tennessee Wildlife Federation
    • Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation
    • United Way of Metropolitan Nashville
    • University of Tennessee
    • Wayne Reed Child Care Center
    • Wilson County Business and Education Coalition (Books from Birth)
    • You Have the Power
    • Young Men's Christian Association of Middle Tennessee
    • Youth Life Learning Centers
    • Youth Villages