Jan.1 through December 31, 2018. Most recent grants are listed first.
Challenge grant to match gifts directed by family members for a new adolescent treatment center. Paid 12/6/18.
Support for a $6 million capital campaign to build a larger facility. Paid 12/6/18.
Support for a $15 million campaign to build a new family center. Paid 12/6/18.
Support to move offices and build out additional storage space for this agency that partners with dozens of other nonprofits to provide diapers to clients. Paid 12/6/18.
General support for a $4.5 million capital campaign. Paid 11/26/18.
Support for a new roof that is leaking in two classrooms. Paid 11/8/18.
General support from the Ansley Fund for 2018. Paid 10/30/18.
Support for the planning process to implement goals and strategies for Nashville Promise Zones. Paid 10/30/18.
Support for the Innovation Catalyst, a program to help nonprofits develop mission-driven initatives that are financially sustainable. Paid 10/25/18.
Support for an engineering study of a Rails and Trails project in North Nashville and to explore a capital campaign to build out Nashville’s greenway system. Paid 10/25/18.
Additional support for the capital campaign including renovations on the headquarters building and initial improvements to the Magnes Potter community center. Paid 10/25/18.
Operating support for 2018. Paid 10/16/18.
General operating support for the SCALES program to educate high school students about the judicial system. Paid 10/4/18.
To train volunteers from multiple congregations to serve as mentors to Nashville immigrants and refugees to help them develop and grow their professional skills. Paid 9/14/18.
Support for capital improvements allowing additional space for attorney/client meetings for this immigrant support organization. Paid 8/23/18.
Support for capital improvements to administrative offices and transitional housing for victims of trauma. Paid 8/23/18.
Support for a $250,000 capital campaign to relocate this provider of low-cost veterinary services. Paid 8/9/18.
Support from the Ansley Fund to facilitate the merger of Morning Star Sanctuary, a 16-bed domestic violence shelter in Madison, into AGAPE, a counseling and adoption agency. Paid 7/31/18.
Support to establish a new program matching skilled technology volunteers with IT projects at Nashville nonprofit agencies. Paid 7/31/18.
Additional support from the Ansley Fund for Nashville Food Project’s capital campaign. Paid 7/31/18.
Additional support for a capital campaign that has expanded from $1 million to $1.3 million due to construction cost increases. Paid 7/31/18.
Additional support for a $3.5 million capital campaign to renovate offices and client space. Paid 7/31/18.
Capital support for the construction of a commercial kitchen, community room and tiny village for the medically vulnerable homeless after discharge from area hospitals. Paid 7/31/18.
Support for a $6 million capital campaign to build a larger facility. Paid 7/31/18.
Support for a new sounds and music exhibit scheduled to open in June 2019. Paid 7/31/18.
Support to access federal matching dollars for the expansion of Nashville’s Coordinated Entry System. Paid 7/19/18.
Support from the Ansley Fund for Camp Widjiwagan scholarships. Paid 7/19/18.
Support for a strategic messaging project, a national effort led by the Four Freedoms Fund. Paid 7/19/18.
Support for the “Growing the Circle Fund”, designed to encourage philanthropy. Paid 7/12/18.
Operating support for 2018. Paid 7/16/18.
Support to send a team to three domestic violence shelters nationwide to learn how best to expand the Nashville shelter. Paid 7/12/18.
Capital support for the Circle of Life Native American Indian Center, to be located in the Cane Ridge community. Paid 7/12/18.
Support for the Chamber’s Partnership 2020 economic and community development effort. Paid 7/5/18.
Support for a multi-faceted effort to advance Collective Impact in the Nashville Community. Paid 7/5/18.
Support for the “Middle Tennessee Donors Forum Fund,” designed to advance thoughtful local philanthropy through collegial interaction, programming and professional development. Paid 6/28/18.
Support for capital expenses in 2018. Paid 6/28/18.
Support from the Ansley Fund for a $20 million capital campaign to expand capacity at the MetroCenter Warehouse and to establish distribution centers in Murfreesboro and Camden. Paid 6/14/18.
Support for the charitable aspect of Partnership 2020 economic and community development effort. Paid 6/5/18.
Support for the fiscal year, beginning June 1, 2018. Paid 5/8/18.
Additional support from the Ansley Fund toward a capital campaign to build new offices. Paid 4/25/18.
Support from the Ansley fund to help defray the costs to relocate the childcare center. Paid 4/25/18.
Support from the Ansley fund for capital expenses to upgrade and expand equipment in connection with move to a multi-agency Family Safety Center in late 2018. Paid 4/25/18.
For direct expenses associated with the merging of Friends of the Libary into the Nashville Public Library Foundation. Paid 4/25/18.
Support for an organizational consultation due to rapid growth. Paid 4/19/18.
To refurbish the Frist Learning Center, to add a cafe and build an endowment for future maintenance needs. Paid 4/19/18.
Operating support for 2018. Paid 4/16/18.
Toward a $160 million effort to build a new museum on the Bicentennial Mall. Paid 3/15/18.
To refurbish the Frist Learning Center, add a cafe, and establish a fund for further maintenance needs. Paid 2/22/18.
General support for this non-partisan organization that produces research involving Tennessee public policy. Paid 2/22/18.
To develop a new strategic plan for this rapidly growing agency. Paid 2/15/18.
Training and promotional expenses involving the 2018 Big Payback fundraising event for nonprofit agencies. Paid 2/2/18.
Support for capital projects planned in 2018. Paid 1/22/18.
Support for building out a new space donated to the organization by MNPS. Paid 1/22/18.
To buy and renovate a building in the Nolensville Road corridor to serve as a permanent home for this agency that serves refugees. Paid 1/18/18.
Support through the Ansley Fund to establish a 30-bed treatment facility in Kingston Springs for adolescent boys. Paid 1/22/18.
General support for 2018. Paid 1/18/18.
Support for the United Way Campaign, with half coming from the Ansley Fund and the balance from The Frist Foundation. Paid 1/18/18.
For facility upgrades and revenue-generating investments at this multi-agency hub for service delivery in West Nashville. Paid 1/18/18.
To relocate from downtown to larger space near the airport, a move aimed at saving $400,000 in rent over the next seven years. Paid 1/18/18.
Toward a $3.3 million campaign to relocate the clinic to the old Aladdin Industries complex to handle a growing patient load. Paid 1/18/18.
Support for GivingMatters in 2018. Paid 1/18/18.
General support for 2018. Paid 1/11/18.
Support for Nashville’s Agenda in 2018. Paid 1/11/18.
General support for 2018. Paid 1/11/18
General support for national efforts to strengthen philanthropy. Paid 1/11/18.
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