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5 Ways Patch Can Help Nashville Nonprofits

5 Ways Patch Can Help Nashville Nonprofits

Patch is a hyper-local news outlet that has just recently expanded to Nashville. They offer several services for free to nonprofits - read more in this guest blog post.

Nov. 15 - State health plan meeting

Nov. 15 - State health plan meeting

A meeting to create the new state health plan will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1-5 pm.

NECAT accepting applications for "Our Nashville"

NECAT accepting applications for

Twenty nonprofits will be featured on NECAT's new local TV series, "Our Nashville." Apply by October 31 for consideration.

Nonprofits Drive Business Results for Corporations through Sponsorship

Nonprofits Drive Business Results for Corporations through Sponsorship

What does an effective corporate sponsorship look like for nonprofits? Find out from Lisa Davis Purcell, Vice President of Development at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. 

New Veterans Specialty Plate

New Veterans Specialty Plate

Have you seen the new Combat Action Specialty License Plate? More information here from Centerstone Military Services and Soldiers and Familities Embraced.

Office space available in Franklin

Office space available in Franklin

Looking for a office space in downtown Franklin? Check out this opportunity.

Scholarship opportunity for non-traditional student

Scholarship opportunity for non-traditional student

The Minerva Foundation, in conjunction with the Nashville Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, is currently acceptions applications for a scholarship for non-traditional students.

Your thoughts on Nashville's development

Your thoughts on Nashville's development

The Nashville Civic Design Center is conducting a survey about Nashville's development.