The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee brings good people and good causes together to help ensure both the excellent stewardship of donor funds and the wise investment of grants in the 40 counties of Middle Tennessee that we serve.
The Community Foundation puts the joy back in giving by making it comfortable, convenient and cost-effective to give, and by harnessing the flexibility available through The Foundation to create a giving vehicle best suited to a donor’s goals.
This year, donations will provide equipment, software, and training that will empower BrightStone students and open new worlds of learning. The Big Payback is a community-wide, 24-hour online giving...more
THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE. A record number of area nonprofits are busy preparing in a big way for The Big Payback's fifth annual, 24-hour online giving day that includes groups...more
All proceeds from the song will be donated to the Sarah Cannon Fund at the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. Sony Music Nashville has signed Tenille Townes to its Columbia Nashville imprint....more
Anderson goes on to share why he felt it was important to partner with the Sarah Cannon Fund at The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. “The underlying message of the song is hope….hope for...more
... located at 110 W. College St., Murfreesboro. The Center, a recognized 501(c)(3) organization, is supported in part by generous grants provided by the City of Murfreesboro, the Tennessee Arts...more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (OSBORNE) -- Mid-state non-profits are gearing up for this year's Big Payback. The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee hosts the annual, one-day event designed to help donors...more
With the deadline for registration on the horizon, more than 700 Middle Tennessee non-profits have already registered for the annual 24-hour online giving day known as The Big Payback. The Community...more
Brafman and fellow march organizers Sabina Smith and Puja Jagasia met with the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee to establish the March For Our Lives Nashville Fund, which allows any donations...more
What would the first Saturday in May be without the Kentucky Derby, and where better to watch it than on the grounds of a stately antebellum home? Pull on your favorite seersucker and satin, grab...more