2016-2017 Partner Agencies
To promote healing of human trafficking survivors and strategically confront slavery in our state.
Oasis Center is where youth grow, thrive, and create positive change in their lives and in our communities.
You Have the Power strives to act as an advocate for educating and empowering victims of violent crime.
Book’Em creates a more literate Nashville by helping economically disadvantaged children from birth through high school discover the joy and value of reading.
To strengthen the literacy of at-risk children in East Nashville.
On a foundation of Christian faith, Martha O’Bryan Center empowers children, youth, and adults in poverty to transform their lives through work, education, employment, and fellowship.
The mission of McNeilly Center for Children is to provide high quality, affordable early care and education for low-income children ages 6 weeks – 5 years, whose parents are working, in job training, or in school, and further to provide parenting education and social services for the families of enrolled children.
NCT is a professional theatre company providing the children, families, and educators of Middle Tennessee with extraordinary shared theatrical experiences that inspire imagination, develop creativity, and build community in partnership with our volunteers and donors.
The Nashville Public Library Foundation (NPLF) is a committed community of leaders, learners and innovative achievers dedicated to supporting and empowering one of our city’s greatest resources – the Nashville Public Library.
Preston Taylor Ministries (PTM) empowers Preston Taylor children and youth to discover and live their God-inspired dreams, develop a love for learning, and build joy-filled friendships that glorify Christ Jesus.
Safe Haven Family Shelter empowers Middle Tennessee homeless families with children to achieve lasting self-sufficiency.
Tennessee Voices for Children speaks out as active advocates for the emotional and behavioral well-being of children and their families.
Youth Villages is dedicated to helping children and families live successfully.
The Junior League of Nashville’s Home for Crippled Children, established in 1923, was the genesis for Vanderbilt University Children’s Hospital. Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital remains one of the most respected pediatric facilities in the country and is dedicated to meeting the unique healthcare needs of children, from newborn to young adult, and their families.