General Grant Recipients 2017

January 1 through October 31, 2017. Latest grants are listed first.

Center for Nonprofit Management, $25,000
Support for the 2018 Innovation Catalyst, a program to help nonprofits develop mission-driven initiatives that are financially sustainable. Paid 10/31/17.

National Center for Family Philanthropy, $2,000
Support to help capitalize and sustain future programs in recognition of the center's 20th anniversary. Paid 10/19/17.

Fannie Battle Day Home, $10,000
Support through the Ansley Fund. Paid 10/12/17.

Nashville Tools for Schools, $9,000
Support to build out space donated to the organization by Metro Schools. Paid 10/12/17.

Supreme Court of Tennessee, $5,000
Support through the Ansley Fund for the SCALES program educating children about the Tennessee justice system. Paid 9/21/17.

The HCA Hope Fund, $500,000
Support for HCA employee relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Paid 9/14/17.

Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, $25,000
Support for efforts to support the Latino community. Paid 8/2/17.

Tennessee Justice Center, $20,000
To support adjustments and testing of the agency's AskJane TennCare screening software. Paid 6/8/17.

Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, $20,000
Support for GivingMatters in 2017. Paid 5/18/17.

Siloam Family Health Center, $5,500
To purchase DonorSearch, a wealth prospecting software aimed at attracting new donations to make up for revenue lost following government actions to reduce the number of immigrants. Paid 5/18/17.

Thistle Farms, $95,000
Specialized equipment to manufacture and package products in the new warehouse facility. Paid 4/20/17. 

Center for Nonprofit Management, $150,000
To establish a Collective Impact Resource Center within CNM to assist agencies in creating and sustaining collaborative projects. Paid 4/20/17. 

Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, $5,000
To establish a "Growing the Circle" fund to encourage high-level philanthropy in the Nashville area among individuals and corporations. Paid 4/6/17.

Justice for Our Neighbors, $25,000
For immigrant services following the recent executive orders that have created an additional operational burden. Paid 3/30/17. 

Siloam Family Health Center, $25,000
For refugee services following recent executive orders that have created an additional operational burden. Paid 3/30/17.

Nashville International Center for Empowerment, $25,000
For refugee services following recent executive orders that have created an additional operational burden. Paid 3/30/17.

Nations Ministry, $25,000
For refugee services following recent executive orders that have created an additional operational burden. Paid 3/30/17.

Conexion Americas, $25,000
For immigrant services following recent executive orders that have created an additional operational burden. Paid 3/30/17. 

Catholic Charities of Tennessee, $25,000
For immigrant and refugee services following recent executive orders that have created an additional operational burden. Paid 3/30/17.

Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, $25,000
For immigrant and refugee services following recent executive orders that have created an additional operational burden. Paid 3/29/17.

Nashville Film Festival, $10,000
To purchase VR equipment, a computer for programming staff, iMacs for projection and a shared hard drive. Paid 3/16/17.

Land Trust for Tennessee, Inc., $225,000
To relocate the administrative offices from Cummins Station to the Glen Leven historic farm. Paid 3/7/17.

Nashville Public Television Council, $25,000
General support to upgrade technology in order to add a third broadcast channel. Paid 2/23/17. 

Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, $23,080
For training and communications assistance for Middle Tennessee nonprofits participating in the 2017 Big Payback fundraising marathon on May 3. Paid 1/31/17.

Center for Nonprofit Management, $150,000
General support of $110,000, MatchGrant funding of $25,000, and administrative support totaling $15,000 for the annual Awards of Achievement. Paid 1/18/17.

Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, Opportunity NOW Fund, $100,000
Technology support for Mayor Barry’s youth workforce development effort. Paid 1/18/17.

Community Resource Center, $35,000
General support for 2017. Paid 1/18/17.

Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Inc., $5,105,000
General operating support and support for the transition to a new organizational structure. Paid 1/18/17.

Hands On Nashville, $150,000
General operating support for 2017 and support for transition to new organizational structure. Paid 1/18/17.

Leadership Nashville Foundation, $10,000
General support for 2017. Paid 1/18/17.

National Center for Family Philanthropy, $2,000
General support for national resource on family foundations. Paid 1/18/17.

Philanthropy Roundtable, $5,000
General support for national efforts to strengthen philanthropy while respecting donor intent. Paid 1/18/17.

Southeastern Council on Foundations, $9,600
General support for 2017. Paid 1/18/17.

St. Luke’s Community House, $105,000
To acquire various software for accounting customer relations and fundraising. Paid 1/18/17.

United Way of Metropolitan Nashville, $50,000
Support for the 2016 United Way campaign with $25,000 coming from the Ansley Fund and $25,000 from the Frist Foundation. Paid 1/18/17.

Young Leaders Council, $10,000
Support for the 2017 program to train young professionals for service on nonprofit boards. Paid 1/18/17.

Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, $5,000
General support for Nashville’s Agenda for 2017. Paid 1/12/17.

Fannie Battle Day Home, $10,000
General operating support from the Ansley Fund. Paid 1/11/17.

Needlink Nashville, $50,000
General support for fiscal year 2017-2018. Paid 1/11/17.

Tennessee State Museum Foundation, $2,500
General support for 2017. Paid 1/11/17.

Nashville Public Radio, $25,000
General support for 2017. Paid 1/9/17.