Improving health and well-being
United Way of Metropolitan Nashville strives to provide Nashvillians with the tools they need to pursue healthy lifestyle choices. Along the Health pathway, individuals and families can find resources to improve their health and well-being. In 2015, 28% of investments were earmarked toward health strategies in our community. United Way currently funds 27 programs with 22 partner agencies in the area of health.
The Health Pathway
Mark McKinney's shares his volunteer experience at hands-on events like United Way's Dirty Hands, Big Hearts Days of Action. Read More
The Family Empowerment Program helps homeless students and their families (and those at-risk) find and secure stable housing.More Details
The SPARK™ after-school program promotes physical activity and healthy eating for youth.More Details
United Way’s FRCs work to assist at-risk children and their families in meeting specific health and human service needs.More Details
United Way partners with the Tennessee Department of Health to manage the Ryan White Part B and CDC Prevention grants.More Details