CNM Blog

"Elliot valued personal relationships in philanthropy"

A tribute to the great J. D. Elliot of the Memorial Foundation

New event venue for nonprofits

New event venue for nonprofits

Riverwood Mansion in east Nashville has previously functioned solely as a wedding venue, but they have now opened their beautiful space for nonprofit events.

Planned Giving Council May Super Session Speaker Announced

The Planned Giving Council of Middle Tennessee (PGCMT) announced today that Dr. Russell N. James III, Director of Graduate Studies in Charitable Planning and CH Foundation Chair in Personal Financial Planning at Texas Tech University, will be the keynote speaker for its annual half day professional development session. The event is scheduled for May 19, 2015 at Belmont University’s Gordon E. Inman Building in the Frist Lecture Hall. 

Metro Government Community Enhancement Fund Available

The next round of applications FY16 Community Enhancement Fund (CEF) Grant Program for non-profit agencies serving the residents of Nashville and Davidson County are now available. 

Road to the Conference: Driving Innovation Through Design

Road to the Conference: Driving Innovation Through Design

In this week's installment of Road to the Conference, hear from Sarah Corlett from Design Impact talk about the strategy and discipline used by corporations and how they can be applied to the nonprofit sector.

Office space available in Germantown

The Neighborhoods Resource Center seeks other nonprofit(s) to share space in Historic Germantown--an easy walking distance to area dining and banking, as well as downtown Nashville. The offices are located in Historic Fire Hall No. 1, at 1312 Third Avenue North.

New Social Enterprise Recruits Talent for Local Nonprofits

Martha O’Bryan Center launched Recruit 2 Mission, a social enterprise providing talent recruitment services for nonprofits in Middle Tennessee. The 121-year-old nonprofit brings its extensive experience with talent searches to the 1,400 nonprofits in Middle Tennessee, many of which do not have dedicated personnel or technology for recruiting staff.

What is outcomes measurement?

You have spent countless hours developing your program. How much time are you investing in measuring your impact? Are you giving the right information to your board, stakeholders and donors?