Would you like to help? We're looking for people that want to share our passion for giving back to Middle Tennessee. We rely on donations, so if you have a product, service or skill you would like to donate please, contact us.
If you would like your organization listed below, please contact us.
Application deadline for FEMA assistance is May 4th.
Apply Online or check status: https://www.disasterassistance.gov/
Helpline: 800.621.3362 (TTY 800-462-7585)
Low interest disaster relief loans are available for small businesses.
Apply Online: https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance
Customer Service: 800.659.2955 (TTY 800-877-8339)
The Cares Act stimulus bill has extended and increased unemployment benefits to individuals and to the self-employed.
Apply Online: https://www.tn.gov/workforce/covid-19.html
The CARES Act also empowered banks to Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loans backed by the Small Business Administration.
Apply Online: https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/coronavirus-relief-options/paycheck-protection-program-ppp
Nashville SBA Office: 615.736.5881
The Onsite Foundation offers scholarships toward therapy and counseling sessions to Middle TN residents affected by the March 3rd tornados. To apply follow the link below.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has served as a leader in philanthropy for 29 years, bringing good people and good causes together in 43 counties in Middle Tennessee and Kentucky. Our donors come from every corner of the community to achieve their charitable goals and impact a broad range of needs. We ensure the excellent stewardship of lasting charitable funds and support nonprofits that are doing great work that matters for their communities.
Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund: https://www.cfmt.org/story/middle-tennessee-emergency-response-fund/
Housed at United Way and chaired by former Senator Dr. Bill Frist, founder of NashvilleHealth, the COVID-19 Response Fund will focus its initial allocations on helping our neighbors who are experiencing lost wages or who become ill from the virus receive the assistance they need to stay in their homes and keep food on the table.
Side-by-side with the Mayor's Office, United Way and the Response Committee will work to get these dollars into Greater Nashville quickly—funding nonprofit partners and service providers working directly with those disproportionately impacted by this challenging landscape.
Hands On Nashville (HON) builds capacity for individuals and agencies to meet needs through service. Its programs connect volunteers to opportunities supporting 100+ nonprofits, schools, and other civic organizations; help these partners reimagine volunteer potential; and bring awareness to the challenges facing the people and places in our community.
If you've been volunteering on your own please, report your hours. HON will keep track of the hours and this will help fund disaster relief.
Gideon's Army is a community-based, grassroots organization that works to design programs, based on contemporary interpretations of the theory of restorative justice. As locally based organization with a long-term goal for state-wide expansion, Gideon's Army is currently the only local organization in Nashville that focuses solely on dismantling the school-to-prison pipeline through social activism by children in the prison pipeline, their families, and their community. Utilizing research-based best practices combined with community outreach, Gideon's Army builds its restorative justice programs based upon this information and uses program results to guide its policy work. Through intensive volunteer and community training as well as dialogue, we as a community lead and work together throughout the entire process.
We CONNECT high value donated goods to people in need. We PARTNER with agencies and businesses. We GENERATE opportunity to divert products from the landfill to usefulness. To provide basic essentials [and small luxuries] that improve the lives of middle Tennessee's most vulnerable neighbors and empowering our partner agencies to focus on their primary missions and services.
Looking for Volunteers in Mt. Juliet, Cookeville, and Nashville
Samaritan's Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan's Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God's love through His Son, Jesus Christ. The organization serves the Church worldwide to promote the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Follow the link above to find resources to volunteer in Cookeville and the surrounding communities.
To donate follow this link: https://putnamcountytn.gov/relief/
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.
The Salvation Army is mobilizing disaster relief teams to help those in need in Middle Tennessee. All donations will help The Salvation Army stay on the frontlines of this crisis and enable them to provide food, water, and other disaster relief services to tornado survivors and rescue workers.
The Nashville Humane Association will be working closely with Metro Animal Care and Control on disaster response which includes assisting with lost and found. In addition, they will be providing crates, food, blankets, leashes, collars, and other basic supplies to those affected by the tornado.
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