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Local Giving End of Year Ideas

Highlighting local non-profits who depend on all of us to help serve the most.

During the holidays, many of us are making decisions on our own personal giving and looking for ways to give. We are fortunate to have several local organizations that do so much good in our area. Below are a few local nonprofits that do such amazing work in our area and also depend on giving and volunteers for their strong, local work.

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee
96% of every dollar taken in goes directly to local feeding programs.

United Way Sumner County
Identifies community needs and funds more than 30 different local non-profit programs.

Grace Place Ministry
Empowering single mothers and their children in need, helping them develop healthy, safe, and independent lives.

Safe Place for Animals
Open 365 days a year, providing shelter, medical care, adoption, spaying/neutering, for abandoned and unwanted pets.

Volunteer Equine Advocates
Helping make the world around us a better, safer, happier place for abandoned, abused, and neglected equines in our area.