Updates On Tornado Recovery and Stories of Our Grantees

CFMT Grantee : Broken Restored Redeemed Minitries

CFMT Grantee: Midstate nonprofit practices what it preaches in tornado-torn Lebanon, Hermitage communities

UPDATED 03/01: The following story includes original reporting, as well as updated information provided by CFMT and Broken Resored Redeemed Ministries' founder and executive director, Laquanus Boykin. Broken Restored Redeemed Ministries (BRRM) is a nonprofit and is one of the largest faith-based housing homeless ministries that promotes rebuilding of our ...
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CFMT Grantee: Interdenominational Ministers Fellowship

CFMT Grantee: Relief is coming to displaced beauty, barber shops along historic Jefferson Street corridor

UPDATED 03/01: The following story includes original reporting, as well as updated information provided by CFMT and Interdenominational Ministers Fellowship (IMF) president and senior pastor of Pleasant Green Missionary Baptist Church at 1400 Jefferson Street, Pastor Chris Jackson. The Interdenominational Ministers Fellowship (IMF) started as a deliberate direct action group, ...
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CFMT tornado response

CFMT Sends 8 New Tornado Relief Grants; ChildcareTennessee Expands Reach

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee announces eight additional grants totaling $190,000 to area nonprofits and organizations helping victims affected by the deadly tornadoes of March 3. The Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund advisory committee approved the latest round of grants last week. The grant application is open and continuing ...
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CFMTgrantee: Music Health Alliance

CFMT Grantee: Helping the music community cope amid disastrous tornadoes, pandemic, job loss

Music Health Alliance (MHA) is music’s resource for healthcare solutions and access. In 2006, Tatum Allsep, MHA’s founder, began documenting the music industry’s need for healthcare support while working with Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Kix Brooks, and the Country Music Association to co-found Sound Healthcare as a way to bring ...
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The Contributor - CFMT Grantee

CFMT Grantee: Hit hard by tornado, COVID-19, The Contributor vendors continue selling

UPDATED 03/01: The following story includes original reporting, as well as updated information provided by CFMT and The Contributor's executive director, Cathy Jennings. The Contributor is a nonprofit street newspaper, published bi-weekly, and has been a part of Nashville’s fabric since 2007. People experiencing homelessness and poverty are welcomed to ...
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Tornado Rebuild

Hotline Launches to Help Tornado Survivors; FEMA Assistance Deadline of May 4 Approaches

CFMT Deploys Additional Grants to Support Recovery Efforts A hotline to help Davidson County residents affected by the March 3 tornadoes has been created to assist in recovery. Those experiencing an unmet need as a result of the tornado are encouraged to call the Tornado Recovery Connection at 615-270-9255. The ...
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Accountability - CFMT Tornado Response

Unmet Needs: Call Tornado Recovery Connection

24/7 Call Line Open at 615-270-9255 Even as we shelter in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19, the work of recovery from the devastating March tornado continues. As we transition toward long-term disaster case management, we are moving from American Red Cross relief support to the leadership of one ...
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CFMT Grantee: Purple Heart Honoree Goes “Around the Clock” to Keep Fellow Vets Connected

CFMT Grantee: Purple Heart Honoree Goes “Around the Clock” to Keep Fellow Vets Connected

Operation Stand Down Tennessee (OSDTN) provides and connects Veterans and their families with comprehensive resources focused on transition, employment, housing, benefits, peer engagement, volunteerism and connection to the community. Engage. Equip. Empower. The organization has received a $50,000 grant from the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund of The Community Foundation ...
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Tornado rebuild

CFMT Deploys 11 New Tornado Relief Grants; Additional Opportunity to Support Nonprofits

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee announces 11 additional grants this week totaling $287,500 to area nonprofits and organizations helping victims affected by the deadly tornadoes of March 3. The Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund advisory committee approved the latest round of grants focused on immediate relief efforts — food, ...
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CFMT Grantee: Cookeville Hospital Shoulders Patient Costs for Tornado Victims

UPDATED 03/01: The following story includes original reporting, as well as updated information provided by CFMT and Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation's executive director, John Bell. The Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation was established in 2005 as a separately governed, nonprofit affiliate of Cookeville Regional Medical Center committed to bettering our community ...
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