General Grant Recipients 2019

January 1 through August 31, 2019. Most recent grants are listed first.

Friends of Warner Parks

$1,000,000

Support for a capital campaign to restore and preserve Warner Parks. Paid 8/22/19.

Frist Art Museum

$1,209,576

Partial payment of an operating grant totaling $5,311,237 for 2019. Paid 8/16/19.

Thistle Farms

$25,000

Support to develop a 12-month curriculum designed to teach women survivors how to have healthy relationships. Paid 8/8/19.

Valor Collegiate Academies

$150,000

To manage a cohort of seven high-performing charter organizations interested in sharing curriculum and promoting academic and managerial excellence. Paid 8/1/19.

Fannie Battle Day Home

$100,000

Toward capital improvements at a key provider of early childcare services. Paid 7/30/19.

Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition

$250,000

Support for a $2.4 million campaign to build office and event space. Part of a $500,000 total commitment that included match funding. Paid 7/30/19.

Nashville Public Education Foundation

$25,000

Matching support to help build trauma-informed care support in Metro Nashville Public Schools. Paid 7/11/19.

Boy Scouts/Middle Tennessee Council

$250,000

Toward a $12 million campaign for major improvements at the 60-year-old Camp Boxwell, the council's main camping facility. Paid 6/6/19.

Tennesseans for Quality Early Education Policy Research

$5,000

Support for a statewide study to demonstrate the impact the childcare crisis is having on employers and the broader workforce. Paid 6/6/19.

Nashville Civic Design Center

$25,000

Support for an office renovation. Paid 5/30/19.

Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville,

$10,000

Support for a Open Streets festival in North Nashville that will highlight neighborhood artists. Paid 5/16/19.

FiftyForward

$1,500

Support for consulting services aimed at helping coordinate senior services in North Nashville. Paid 5/9/19.

Frist Art Museum

$1,565,424

Partial payment of an operating grant totaling $5,311,237 for 2019. Paid 5/9/19.

Teach for America

$150,000

Operating support for fiscal year beginning June 1, 2019. Paid 5/9/19.

Mary Parrish Center

$130,000

To help renovate transitional housing units on its campus. Paid 4/24/19.

Men of Valor

$55,000

To purchase a 15-passengar van to transport clients to and from work. Paid 4/24/19.

Project Return, Inc.

$60,000

Support for PROPS (Project Return Opportunities for Property Services). A social enterprise involving lawn care and property maintenance. Paid 4/24/19.

Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition

$250,000

Support for a capital campaign to build new offices and event space for the immigrant community. Paid 4/24/19.

Agape

$25,000

Capital support for renovations and repairs to the three homes acquired as a result of the merger of Agape and Morning Star Sanctuary. Paid 4/18/19.

Nations Ministry Center

$24,000

Emergency funding to help bridge the gap due to an unexpected delay in funding from the Tennessee Office of Refugees. Paid 4/1/19.

YMCA of Middle Tennessee

$10,000

Support from the Ansley Fund for YMCA Camp Widjiwagan. Paid 4/1/19.

Adventure Science Center

$500,000

A challenge grant that is part of a $1 million capital investment to support a new sound and music exhibit scheduled to open summer 2019. Paid 3/7/19.

Miracle League of Music City

$10,000

To build a baseball field and playground at Edwin Warner Park that is accessible for individuals with disabilities. Paid 2/28/19.

Frist Art Museum

$1,336,237

Partial payment of an operating grant totaling $5,311,237 for 2019. Paid 2/15/19.

Center for Nonprofit Management

$15,000

Administrative support for the annual Awards of Achievement. Paid 2/7/19.

Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

$25,000

Support for nonprofit training workshops and production of marketing materials for the Big Payback on May 2, 2019. Paid 2/7/19.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville

$250,000

To build out infrastructure for 26 townhomes to serve as prototypes for new Habitat projects. Paid 2/7/19.

Martha O'Bryan Center

$400,000

Support for a $5 million campaign to build out a new family center. Paid 2/7/19.

United Way of Metropolitan Nashville

$50,000

General support for the 2018 campaign. Paid 2/7/19.

Needlink Nashville

$50,000

General support for 2019. Paid 2/7/19.

Center for Nonprofit Management

$150,000

General support and Match Grant funding for 2019. Paid 1/31/19.

United Way of Metropolitan Nashville

$25,000

Strategic Planning to develop shared measurement and a comprehensive HMIS System. Paid 1/31/19.

Young Leaders Council

$15,000

General support for 2019. Paid 1/10/19.

Center for Nonprofit Management

$10,000

Support for the Middle Tennessee Donors Forum, for which CNM acts as the fiscal agent. Paid 1/3/19.

Community Foundation of Middle Tennesse

$20,000

Support for GivingMatters in 2019. Paid 1/3/19.

Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

$5,000

Support for Nashville's Agenda in 2019. Paid 1/3/19.

Tennessee State Museum Foundation

$2,500

General support for 2019. Paid 1/3/19.

Southeastern Council of Foundations

$20,000

General support for 2019 and support for 50th anniversary of the organization. Paid 1/3/19.

Leadership Nashville Foundation

$10,000

General support for 2019. Paid 1/3/19.

National Center for Family Philanthropy

$2,000

General support for 2019. Paid 1/3/19.

Philanthropy Roundtable

$5,000

General support for national efforts to strengthen philanthropy. Paid 1/3/19.

Grant Recipients by Year