If there’s one thing we’ve learned this year, it’s that Nashville is STRONG! We’ve faced tornadoes, COVID, rioting and now the aftermath of the Christmas bombing. Time after time, Music City comes together! Here are some ways that we can all work together to help our beloved city.
*How to Get Help if you were impacted by the bombing*
My friend Danielle Cather-Cohen gave her talents earlier this year with these beautiful Nashville prints. I’m selling them in my shop with proceeds l benefitting the Community Resource Center.
The Community Resource Center is tirelessly working to support neighbors affected by the explosion in addition to first responders! If you’d like to donate financially, you can do that here or they also have a need for the donations of the items below.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors Fund
In the wake of an explosion in downtown Nashville early Friday morning that injured several people, damaged multiple buildings and caused an evacuation of the riverfront area, The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (CFMT) has established the Nashville Neighbors Fund, in partnership with WTVF-NewsChannel5, to support those impacted from the Christmas morning catastrophe that shook the area and was felt for miles. Grants from the Fund will be made to nonprofits providing services for both the immediate and long-term needs arising from the explosion, which city officials termed “intentional.” Make a donation here.
Warm Winter Gear for Our Homeless Neighbors
Help provide warm winter gear for our homeless neighbors. Shower Up is in need of warm blankets/sleeping bags, gloves, hats, scarves, toiletry items and much more. Find out ways to help and give here.
Go Fund Me pages have been set up for several businesses
Ensemble Nashville Boutique, Pride and Glory Tattoo, Simply the Best $10 Boutique (These businesses have banded together with their fundraising efforts)
I’ll continue to update this page as I hear of other opportunities.