Foundation / Corporation
Hands On Nashville
Awards to Middle Tennessee individuals and businesses for the time and effort invested in improving their community. Nominees are those who have contributed in some way towards their community through business, nonprofit support, civic volunteer group, or faith-based programming.
Capacity-Building Volunteer Award:
Honors individuals who provide significant operational or administrative support to a nonprofit agency, faith-based ministry or community organization, or developed an innovative approach to significantly improve an existing program.
Civic Volunteer Group Award:
Recognizes representatives of civic, membership, faith-based or non-corporate groups that volunteer together for a specific cause or issue.
Corporate Volunteerism Award:
Pays tribute to businesses that have robust employee volunteer programs with high levels of participation and impact.
Direct Service Volunteer Award:
Recognizes individuals who have contributed significant volunteer time, energy, and/or resources to help an agency’s constituents.
GrantWatch ID#: 182757
Individuals and businesses can be nominated for their dedication to improving their community. See the award descriptions above for details about eligible nominees for each award.
The Direct Service Volunteer Award is for individuals ages five to 20, 21 to 49, and 50 plus.
Nominations are open until Jan. 31, 2018.
Nominees will be awarded at this year's luncheon on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at the Music City Center.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To nominate online:
Hands On Nashville
37 Peabody Street, Suite 206
Nashville, TN 37210
Josef Kaul, Director of Programs
(615) 298-1108 Ext. 401
USA: Tennessee: Middle Tennessee