Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Surpasses $100 Million in Grantsmaking.
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Middle Tennessee is a distinct portion of the state of Tennessee, delineated according to law as well as custom. has surpassed the $100 million mark in grantsmaking since its beginning in 1991, according to according to
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3. board chairman Jack Bovender.
The cumulative total the foundation has given to nonprofit organizations is $102,099,984 since July, 1991. More than 1,500 organizations have received grants from The Community Foundation since it was established eleven years ago. Recipients of the donations include organizations working in health and human services Noun 1. Health and Human Services - the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with health and welfare; created in 1979
Department of Health and Human Services, HHS , the arts, education, the environment, and in grassroots activities.
"Through these incredible contributions, The Community Foundation has taken significant steps toward ensuring the future of people living in Middle Tennessee will be bright, by helping to meet the community's changing needs and opportunities," said Bovender. "The Community Foundation has provided, and will continue to give, vital dollars for numerous charities that work to make life better for everyone, both now and in the years to come."
"We are grateful to all those donors who have chosen to use The Community Foundation's services and have allowed us to help them help others," said Ellen Lehman, president. "We are so very grateful for the opportunity to connect their generosity with the need of so many of our friends and neighbors. This $102 million represents a lot of lives touched."
Grants have been given by The Community Foundation to organizations in many of the counties in Middle Tennessee, including Davidson, Giles, Cheatham, Smith, Wilson, Decatur, Dickson, Williamson, Montgomery, Maury, Bedford, Rutherford, Sumner, Coffee, Franklin, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Marshall, Moore, Perry, Robertson, Stewart, Trousdale, Wayne, and many others.
Among the organizations that received grants this month to bring the total contributions to more than $100 million are: YMCA YMCA
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mercurialisannua. Clubs, Nashville Ballet, Our Kids, Nashville Opera, Girl Scouts Girl Scouts, recreational and service organization founded (1912) in Savannah, Ga., by Mrs. Juliette Gordon Low (1860–1927). It was originally modeled after the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, organizations created in Great Britain by Sir Robert Baden-Powell during Council, Special Olympics Special Olympics
International sports program for people with intellectual disability. It provides year-round training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type summer and winter sports for participants. , Cumberland Museum, and Nashville Humane Association.
Contribution amounts given per year by The Community Foundation: 1991-1992 $11,225 1993 $1,334,683 1994 $586,075 1995 $906,390 1996 $2,017,532 1997 $4,471,038 1998 $9,631,542 1999 $7,585,672 2000 $12,910,100 2001 $43,825,741 2002 to date $18,819,986
For more information, call The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, at 321-4939, or toll free 888-540-5200.