Jan.1 through Dec. 31, 2016. Latest grants are listed first.
Support through the Ansley Fund for the public screening of the documentary film “Resilience,” exploring the impact of adverse childhood experiences. Paid 12/9/16.
Additional support to expand the family assistance facilities in South Nashville as part of an $8.5 million campaign. Paid 12/8/16.
For technology needs in connection with the agency’s move to a larger office space. Paid 12/2/16.
Support for consulting services involving governance of the organization, which recently completed a major expansion of facilities and work. Paid 12/2/16.
Support through the Ansley Fund for a new effort to address hunger among homeless youth. Paid 11/10/16.
Support for the Innovation Catalyst, a program to help nonprofits explore initiatives that contribute to their financial sustainability. Paid 11/21/16.
Support for the STAFF360 social enterprise employment agency. Paid 10/24/16.
Support for a capital campaign to expand the family assistance campus in South Nashville. Paid 10/24/16.
To upgrade the database system to generate customized reports and help with revenue generation. Paid 9/26/16.
Support through the Ansley Fund for the SCALES program educating children about the Tennessee justice system. Paid 9/19/2016.
For expenses related to absorbing the translation program from the Center for Refugees and Immigrants, which is dissolving. Paid 9/7/2016.
Support through the Ansley Fund for a capital campaign to build new offices for the agency. Paid 8/22/16.
Continued support toward a $160 million capital campaign aimed at making the institution one of the top ten zoos in the country. Paid 8/15/2016.
To support the reconfiguration of Goodwill stores as part of a three-year effort to decentralize collection and sale of used goods. Paid 8/11/16.
Support to consolidate Habitat offices and stores in a single location at Harding Place and Nolensville Road. Paid 8/11/16.
To support wireless access points and a new phone system to replace outdated equipment that is integral to communications and ticketing functions. Paid 8/11/16.
Second year of seed funding to support the Sewing Academy. Paid 7/21/2016.
Operating support for 2016. Paid 7/15/2016.
Support for the charitable aspect of the Chamber’s Partnership 2020 economic development effort. Paid 7/7/16.
Support through the Ansley Fund for a capital campaign to expand capacity at the MetroCenter warehouse and to establish distribution centers in Murfreesboro and Camden. Paid 6/27/2016.
General support through the Ansley Fund in connection with the 25th anniversary of the clinic serving the primary healthcare needs of the Nashville immigrant and refugee community. Paid 6/27/2016.
Continued support toward a capital campaign aimed at making the institution one of the top ten zoos in the country. Paid 5/13/2016.
To update antiquated computer equipment. Paid 5/3/2016.
To replace existing wireless infrastructure. Paid 5/3/2016.
To conduct a neighborhood-focused volunteer program that could generate new revenues and establish a new model of service for the agency. Paid 4/21/2016.
Support through the Ansley Fund for capital expenditures to expand the agency’s food preparation capacity. Paid 4/21/2016.
To help pay for a project in conjunction with the Mayor’s Office to develop a comprehensive plan to better integrate immigrants into the community. Paid 4/21/2016.
For security equipment and other technology needed in connection with a move that will more than double the warehouse capacity of the Dispensary of Hope, an agency that provides free medicine to needy people. Paid 4/21/2016.
Support for the fiscal year beginning June 1, 2016. Paid 4/21/2016.
Further support to build a Yurt Village at Camp Widjiwagan to expand the number of overnight camping bed, allowing it to become more financially sustainable. This follows an earlier grant of $900,000. Paid 4/21/2016.
General support for 2016. This was the second of four anticipated payments this year totaling $5 million. Paid 4/21/2016.
For licensing, training and technical support related to the agency’s efforts to maximize Tennessee enrollment in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Paid 4/21/2016,
Final payment on a two-year $100,000 grant for office space and salary support for the Nashville chapter. Paid 3/31/2016.
For consulting help in developing a three- to five-year strategic plan for this agency connecting people with animals. Paid 3/24/2016.
To help underwrite the Small Stories exhibit. Paid 3/14/2016.
To help develop “A People’s Guide to Nashville.” Paid 3/14/2016.
To buy a customized trailer to transport an outdoor screen and projection equipment used for outreach activities. Paid 2/18/2016.
To support training and promotional expenses linked to the Big Payback community fundraising campaign in May 2016. Paid 2/15/16.
To hire a consulant to facilitate a multi-agency collaboration of agencies trying to address Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in children. Paid 2/15/16.
For strategic plan consultation. Paid 2/15/2016.
For consulting help to identify ways to better serve the local youth market. Paid 2/15/2016.
General support of $110,000, MatchGrant funding of $25,000 and the rest to help administer the Awards of Achievement program in 2016. Paid 1/28/2016.
General support for Nashville’s clearinghouse for in-kind gifts to charity. Paid 1/28/206.
To build out ceilings in new office space to ensure client privacy at this agency serving immigrants. Paid 1/25/2016.
Support through the Ansley Fund for this agency that provides emergency financial assistance to Nashvillians. Paid 1/28/2016.
Support for the 2015 United Way campaign, with $25,000 coming from the Ansley Fund and $25,000 from The Frist Foundation. Paid 1/28/2016.
General support for Nashville’s public radio station. Paid 1/21/2016.
Support for the effort to recruit a new director of schools for Metropolitan Nashville. Paid 1/21/2016.
General support for 2016. This was the first of four anticipated payments this year totaling $5 million. Paid 1/21/2016.
Support for Giving Matters in 2016. Paid 1/14/2016.
General support for Nashville’s Agenda for 2016. Paid 1/14/2016.
General support for 2016. Paid 1/14/2016.
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