Pictured above: Molly Green, a family-owned store in East Nashville, is working on rebuilding their location at 918 Main Street Nashville, TN after destruction from the March 3 Tornado that ripped through Middle Tennessee.
HOW IT WORKS
Learn how contributions meet tornado victims needs.
Qualified, 501(c)3 nonprofits, entities of government, and religious institutions seeking funding for relief or recovery efforts.
THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE’S ONGOING RESPONSE
Every day since March 3, 2020, The Community Foundation has been committed to helping people hit by the tornado, and it’s vital you know how we are fulfilling our responsibilities. We are working hard to connect your donations with the needs of tornado victims through local organizations meeting a broad spectrum of need.
On the heels of disaster, The Community Foundation is positioned to respond quickly to address immediate, emerging and evolving needs. The deployment of assistance to nonprofits will occur as circumstances unfold. Here we hope you’ll learn how The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is helping people rebuild and restore their lives.
Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund
In the wake of destructive tornadoes, power outages, road closures and rescues throughout Davidson and surrounding counties, The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has activated the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund to support the affected communities and nonprofits helping victims address their ongoing needs.
Grants from the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund will be made to nonprofits providing vital services both immediate and long term. Our work helps free nonprofits up to concentrate on delivering vital services while we “connect generosity with need” and our community sets out to rebuild lives.