Updates On Grant Distributions and Stories of Our Grantees

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CFMT Grantee: Backfield in Motion trying to keep things ’normal’

Backfield in Motion is a nonprofit organization in East Nashville focusing on education through mastery of literacy and numeracy skills of at-risk youth that leads to a high school diploma, a foundation for higher education, and the on-job skills needed to enter the world of work, while using athletics as ...
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CFMT Grantee - Second Harvest Food Bank

CFMT Grantee: Second Harvest Makes Urgent Appeal for Donations

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee opened its doors in 1978 with commitment from several community leaders. The purpose of the organization was to provide a central distribution center for companies, groups, and individuals who wished to help provide food for hungry people in Middle Tennessee. Second Harvest Food ...
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CFMT Deploys 25 New Tornado Relief Grants

CFMT Deploys 25 New Tornado Relief Grants

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee announces 25 additional grants this week totaling $904,600 to area nonprofits and organizations on the ground helping victims affected by the deadly tornadoes of March 3. The latest grants approved by the advisory committee are focused on food, shelter, basic necessities, ...
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Tornado Response - News 2

CFMT Deploys 2nd Round of First Responder Grants for Tornado Relief

$1.225M from Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund Impacts 39 Nonprofits; Advisory Board Set Nashville, Tenn. — The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has announced a second round of initial grants from the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund, with eight additional nonprofits receiving grants for tornado relief efforts throughout affected communities ...
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Updates - CFMT Tornado Response

CFMT Deploys Initial Grants to 27 Nonprofits For Tornado Relief

Donors Pledge More Than $6.5 Million for Tornado Recovery Nashville, Tenn. — The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee announced that 18,000 plus donors have pledged more than $6.5 million to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund, with initial grants going to 27 area organizations and nonprofits throughout affected communities. The Fund ...
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