2010 Day of Action | Financial Stability: Basic Needs | 2010 Campaign Rally
- Over 15,000 basic needs items
- Clients from 37 agencies benefited
- Almost 150 volunteers
- More than 60 companies participated
Thank you, Nashville!
Thank you for LIVING UNITED by generously giving your time and resources to benefit the Nashville community at United Way’s Campaign Rally and Financial Stability Day of Action.
Together, we collected over 15,000 basic needs items!
Just a few comments from our partners about your impact:
“Just finished unpacking all the fabulous cleaning supplies that were given to Tennessee Poison Center in the Day of Action…WOW! We will save lots of money in supplies that can be put back into the budget for hotline calls. Many, many thanks ... for this generous gift!”- Josephine Darwin,
Director of Community Outreach, Tennessee Poison Center
“THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! We truly appreciate all the stuff you all were able to provide and look forward to handing it out to much deserving families.”
Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools
The 2010 September Day of Action benefited 37 partner agencies:
American Red Cross, The Arc of Davidson County, Bethlehem Centers, Catholic Charities of TN Inc., Community Career Center, Conexión Américas, Dismas House, Goodwill Industries of Middle TN, Family and Children’s Service, FiftyForward, Ladies of Charity Welfare Agency Inc., Legal Aid Society of Middle TN, Magdalene, Martha O’Bryan Center Inc., Matthew 25, Mid TN Supported Living Inc., Monroe Harding, Nashville Adult Literacy Council, Nashville CARES, Nashville Opportunities Industrialization Center, The Next Door, Oasis Center Inc., Old Hickory Christian Community Outreach, Operation Stand Down Nashville, Inc., Park Center, Pencil Foundation, Project Return, Renewal House, Residential Resources, Rochelle Center, Salvation Army, Samaritan Recovery Community, Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle TN, St. Luke’s Community House, Tennessee Poison Center, Vanderbilt Center for Health Services, YWCA