The words of Mother Teresa are perfect for what Middle Tennessee is facing right now. Just because we can’t do everything, save everyone and give a lot of money doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do something.
I know how overwhelming it can be to figure out how to help. When we experience tragedy and devastation like this tornado, most of us want to help. But it’s hard to know where to start, what to give, and how much. And with a tragedy of this magnitude, the need is great. 24 people dead, hundreds injured, dozens still missing, and the damage to homes and businesses is hard to comprehend.
Here’s a break down of ALL the charities I could find (right now, I will be updated it) that are raising money and assisting tornado victims. Truth be told, it’s actually harder to find a business that’s NOT donating or helping in some way. And that, is why we are called the Volunteer State.
Can’t donate money? There’s also a list of places to volunteer.
Have items to donate? I found businesses accepting donations.
Want to support businesses raising money? There’s a list of that below.
Want to buy a product and donate at the same time? Below you’ll find local companies, restaurants, artists and boutiques who are all donating profits to tornado victims. I’ve also included businesses offering discounted products and services to those impacted by the tornado.
To start this massive list off, though, I’m going to keep it simple… here are 5 easy ways you can help:
VOLUNTEER: Sign up at Hands On Nashville to help.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center: Light Hall, 2215 Garland Ave, Nashville
Veteran Affairs Medical Center: 1310 24th Ave S, Nashville
–Visit Music City.com: Donate online or via venmo/paypay. Money will go to Music City Inc, a 501c(3) foundation of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. Checks can be mailed to: 150 4th Ave N, Ste, G-250, Nashville, TN 37219 More here.
-Red Cross: 1-800-RED CROSS or text the word REDCROSS to 90999 for a $10 donation. You can also always donate here.
–Gideon’s Army: Asking for volunteers. Sign up to help cleanup, deliver food or supplies. You can also donate things like blankets, pillows, air mattresses, cleaning supplies or stuffed animals for children. More here.
Donations can be mailed to: 1111 Shorside Dr, Hendersonville, TN 37075
-Donate directly to the Community Foundation of Middle TN here. Or drop off donations at their warehouse this week Wed thru Fri 9am-8pm and Saturday 9am-5pm. Items needed most include Underwear, box cutters, large trash cans, personal hygiene items.
-Donate items to the Community Resource Center. They are in desperate need of diapers: 218 Omohundro Place, Nashville, TN 37210. More info on their Facebook page. (do not take clothes here) You can also contact Lindsey Turner at email@example.com.
–Martha O’Bryan Center raising money for their tornado relief fund.
–Home Street Home: Accepting donations to help Nashville’s homeless community affected by the tornado.
–Nurses for Newborns of Tennessee: Katie Davis is hosting a fundraiser for Nurses for Newborns. They need diapers and wipes. There are a few ways you can help. By purchasing diapers on Amazon here, or drop off physical donations at the Gallatin Shalom Zone 600 Small Street Gallatin. You can also just donate cash through PayPal to Danadavisphotography@yahoo.com. Donations will be distributed at various shelters.
-Second Harvest Food Bank is accepting food donations and monetary donations. Details here.
-The Salvation Army is accepting donations for tornado relief. More here.
-Living for Everything: Filling tornado relief comfort bags and giving them out.Help this cause here.
-Let it Be Love: Collecting supplies to put together goodie bags for kids impacted by the storm. They have an Amazon wishlist set up here.
-Nashville Parent Guide created an Amazon wishlist benefiting the Community Resource Center
-Cookeville: Mayor Ricky Shelton says you can donate at any Bank of Putnam County locations. There are 19 of them.
Donations can also be made via Venmo – this is a verified and safe way to donate: @CookevillePutnamCountyTornado
Or via PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also text COOKEVILLEHELP to 41444 or through the Official Website here.
TO HELP ANIMALS:
-Metro Animal Care & Control needs donations for their food bank. They also need crates, leashes, towels, beds and blankets.You can drop off items at the shelter at 5125 Harding Place, or order directly from Amazon here. Items can also be dropped off at Nashville Pet Products store: 2621 Cruzen St, Nashville
-Nashville Humane Donations: Drop off at shelter – 213 Oceola Ave
–Crossroads Pets: Accepting donations for their non-profit pet retail, adoption & grooming facility. They sustained a LOT of damage: 707 Monroe Street, Nashville.
-‘I’d Rather Be With My Dog’: Donating 100% of sales of these Nashville Strong t-shirts to Nashville Humane. Click here to buy the t-shirt
-Williamson County Rescue Squad Station #22 – Grassland – is requesting pet supplies. They say the demand is really high there. They’ll be collecting collars, leashes, cat & dog food, blankets, dog beds… they’re also collecting cleaning supplies and personal hygiene products. Drop items off at Station 22 until Saturday at noon. 1493 Sneed Rd W, Franklin
-Dog Oasis: accepting donations for Metro Animal Care & Control and Nashville Humane. Drop off food, collars, leashes, crates, etc at their location at 842 Conference Drive, Suite 1B, Goodlettsville
-Lewisburg Animal shelter fundraising for the Putnam County Animal Shelter. Their building was hit by the tornado and they lost a lot of supplies.
Ways to donate here,or send a check to PO Box 1801 Lewisburg TN 37091. Or hit the link in this post
–Rebuild North Nashville: A comprehensive website with everything you need to know to help rebuild North Nashville
–Eight Days of Hope: Volunteers are invited to help March 6th until March 21st. Volunteers can start to arrive on Friday, March 6th after 3:00 p.m. central.
–SURJ Nashville is seeking volunteers to help clean up, deliver supplies. Meet at the McGruder Family Resource Center: 2013 25th Ave N, Nashville
-Volunteer: North Nashville has lots of elderly people that need help clearing their yards. Meet at the corner of DB Todd and Knowles, find a house that needs help and get to work. Bring cleaning supplies and work gloves
-Lebanon volunteers: Sign up to volunteer by going to the Lebanon Police Department.406 Tennessee Blvd, Lebanon 615- 444-2323
-Volunteer: Nashville Parent Guide is hosting volunteers at the Community Resource Center on Friday. They need people to sort through donations. Start at 9am at 218 Omohundro Place, Nashville
-SoBros Network: Hosting a clean-up volunteer meet up: 8AM to 8PM at 5 Points area. They’ll have an RV with beer, water, charging stations and snacks.
–Nicky’s Coal Fired: To volunteer to deliver food or if you have food to donate text them at 312-804-3549.
DROP OFF DONATION SITES: (cleaning supplies, work gloves, personal hygiene items, diapers, clothes, blankets, perishable items, pre-packaged snacks)
-East High School: 110 Gallatin Ave, Nashville
-Victory Baptist Church: 1777 Tate Lane, Mt Juliet
-Highland Heights Church of Christ: 505 N Cumberland Street, Lebanon
-Lee Chapel AME Church: Accepting water & donations for victims: 1200 Dr. DB Todd Jr Blvd, Nashville
-WNDC Dream Food Truck: parked in front of St Luke Missionary Baptist Church: 2704 Torbett Street or at Cross Point Church Bellevue 7675 US 705, Nashville
-Green Hills Community Church & the Church at Lockeland Springs are setting up drop off centers outside their churches for items like bottled water, snacks, paper towels, work gloves, socks, cleaning supplies, batteries, etc. Note: They do not want home goods, clothing or perishable items. Monetary donations can also be made via Venmo: GreenHills-Community Church and designate East Nashville Relief
-Rosepepper Cantina: Accepting donations to drop off at Gideon’s Army. They also have a cell phone charging area available: 1907 Eastland Ave, Nashville
–Kroger locations are accepting monetary donations at check out for the American Red Cross.
–Titos’ Vodkais hosting a fundraiser and matching donations up to $25,000:
-Doorstep Drycleaning will be collecting items. If you schedule a dry-cleaning pick-up, leave a second trash bag and they will pick up your items and donate them to the Community Foundation of Middle TN. Schedule a pickup here.
-Nashville Food Fan: Holding a donation run to buy diapers, wipes, pads, other personal hygiene items. Venmo Chelsea-OLeary directly and she will screen shot all contributions for transparency.
-Crue Nashville:Donation drop off to the Community Resource Center:
2905 12th Ave S STE 101
–Only One Tailoring: Accepting donations through the end of the week. 2506 8th Ave S, Nashville
-Prince’s Hot Chicken: 5814 Nolensville Pike, Nashville
-SLK Clinic: 5202 Centennial Blvd Suite 110, Nashville
-Veni Vidi Thrift: Drop off clean, lightly used or new clothing, coats and shoes: 305 E Trinity Lane, Suite 102
–Franklin School of Rock: Clothing & Shoes will go to the Nashville Rescue Missiontoiletries, blankets, personal hygiene items will all go to Centennial Sportsplex. Pet supplies will go to Nashville Humane Association. Monetary donations will go to the Community Foundation. Drop off at East Nashville Magnet High School: 110 Gallatin Ave.
-Ready Nest Counseling is collecting toiletry donations.Drop them off at 2021 21st Avenue South, Suite 410, Nashville
-The Get Along: A drop off site for donations: 700A Fatherland Street. They’ve created an Amazon wishlist here.
–Onyx & Alabaster: Collecting furniture donations for those in need. Or, if you need furniture contact them. Info@oafranklin.com or by phone: 615.628.8253
-Black Tie Moving: 3728 Keystone Ave, Nashville email@example.com
-Tennessee Family Doulas is collecting diapers, clothes or other baby items for families in need. Contact them for drop off info.
–Fleet Feet: Nashville: 3900 Hillsboro Pike, Suite 18 and Brentwood: 330 Franklin Road, Suite 262B
–Double Diamond Marketing: 2702 Greystone Road, Nashville
–Beth Haley Design: 1207 Linden Avenue
–H Audrey clothing boutique: 4027 Hillsboro Pike
–Frothy Monkey:12 South
–Hemline boutique: 4025 Hillsboro Pike, Suite 504
-Juel Salon: 320 Liberty Pike #130, Franklin, TN
–White’s Mercantile: 12 South and Green Hills
-Zeitlin Sotheby’s International Reality – Green Hills: 4535 Harding Pike Suite #110, Nashville
–Homewood Suites Vanderbilt: Collecting travel size items for victims. Drop off items at 2400 West End Avenue.
–Greenhaven Franklin apartments: Hosting a donation drive. Drop off items at their front office at 1001 Isleworth Drive, Franklin
-Danay / Fabulittle collecting items for care packages for little ones. To help, DM her Instagram or donate via PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org (select the option to ‘send family and friend so there are no fees.) Details here.
VERIFIED GO FUND ME ACCOUNTS:
-Nashville USBG benefitting Service Industry Workers Go Fund Me
-Go Fund me set up to rebuild Donelson Christian Academy here.
-Go Fund Me set up forFuneral Expenses For The Kimberlin Family.A young father and mother and their little boy were all killed.
NASHVILLE SPECIFIC T-SHIRTS/SWEATSHIRTS:
-‘I’d Rather Be With My Dog’: Donating 100% of sales of these Nashville Strong t-shirts to Nashville Humane. Click here to buy the t-shirt
–Love and Lion donating 100% of sales of their Nashville Strong sweatshirts to the Community Foundation
-Project 615: 100% of sales of their Nashville Strong t-shirts will benefit the Community Foundation of Middle TN. Buy it here.
–The Nashville Blanket Project: Donating a portion of sales from their “Keep Nashville Cozy” t-shirt to ‘People Loving Nashville,’ who feeds, clothes, and cares for our neighbors in need. T-shirts for sale through the Friendly Arctic here.
–Native In Nashville is selling Nashville Strong t-shirts & donating $10 of every t-shirt to tornado relief
-Living with Landyn: Selling Nashville Strong t-shirts for $25. 100% of sales will go to tornado relief. Free shipping. Buy it here.
–Nashville Strong t-shirts from Style BluePrint: 100% of sales will go to the Community Foundation of Middle TN and Hands on Nashville.
-HangTN: Sales from the‘We Heart Nashville’ tee will go to the Middle TN Emergency response fund.
-Good to Be: 100% of sales from their “Good to Be Nashville” t-shirts will go to the Community Foundation
-Spoiled Rotten and Southern Made Tees: Donating 100% of sales from their Middle Tennessee Strong t-shirts to the Disaster Relief Fund.
-TN t-shirt company: Donating 100% of sales from their “Hope Comes From Home” t-shirts to the Putnam County Relief efforts. Buy the shirt here.
–Nashville Strong tornado relief t-shirts from the Seven Six– donating 100% of sales to the Community Foundation of Middle TN
-Abigail Draper Girl: All profits from the semi sweet crew neck sweatshirts will be donated to the rebuilding efforts at DCA. Now until March 12th. Contact: email@example.com
–Barstool Sports is selling Nashville Strong t-shirts: 100% of sales go to the Community Foundation.
–Predator’s Foundation: Profits from Nashville Strong t-shirtsand sweatshirts going to local relief efforts.
-The Lapis Boutique is selling “Nashville” t-shirts through her Etsy boutique. 100% of sales go to the Red Cross. Buy them here.
-Patterson Art & Yeehaw Brewing designed these “Nashville Will Rise” t-shirts. 100% of sales go to Community Foundation
–Sister Nettle: Selling t-shirts with a “We Need Each Other” design to benefit storm victims. 100% of profits donated. More here.
–Tennessee Titans selling “Tennessee Tough” t-shirts and donating 100% of sales to tornado relief. Purchase via their Instagram.
-Piper Lou selling Nashville Strong t-shirts and donating 100% of sales to Nashville Humane. Buy them here.
-Willow Bond Co: Donating all sales from their $5 ‘Nashville Strong’ stickers to local relief efforts. Buy them here.
–Vinnie Louise: All sales of their Nashville merchandise will go to relief efforts.
–Kreative Kustoms is donating $10 from all sales to tornado victims
-Alexis and Bolt: A portion of all online sales will go to local relief efforts.
–KHM Kids: Donating 80% of profits to Nashville tornado relief all weekend:
–Magpies Girl selling tote bags all weekend long and all proceeds go to tornado relief: 6027 Highway 100, Nashville
–Shop Lucky Collective: From today until Saturday 3/7, 100% of the sales from the shop will go to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Emergency Response Fund.
–Plaid Rabbit for kids is donating a portion of all sales all week to tornado relief efforts: 2164 Bandywood Dr, Nashville
–Shop Nest 615 – saccepting donations for Nashville Humane: 932 Madison Square
–Bates Boutique in Hendersonville donating a portion of the proceeds to tornado relief: 115 Stadium Dr suite a, Hendersonville
–Gold + Ivy: Donating 100% of sales to local relief efforts until Friday
-Draper James: Hosting donation drive Friday through Sunday. Donations will go to the Community Resource Center. 2608 12th Ave South
-Also -Build-a-bag: Draper James is hosting Monday, March 9th at 6pm to help put goodie bags together for kids. 2608 12th Ave South
-Katy’s Gifts: 50% of sales from all local products this week will go to the Nashville Rescue.
–Apple & Oak Nashville: Selling Nashville Strong wine glasses and 100% of sales will go to tornado relief
–Nashville Bow company: For 3 days, 100% proceeds on all orders will go to the Community Foundation
-Regatta Reserve is donating all profits to the Community Foundation of Middle TN from the sale of their ‘BNA Port of Call’ hat.
-The Kennedy Curate Lightroom presets: For $39, you can buy this pack of presets and 100% of that $39 is going to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee for Disaster Relief.
–TNT Goods: Donating 100% of sales of their Nashville Strong buttons to tornado relief efforts
–Wildkin: Donating 15% of all orders to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund. Use code “NASHVILLE15”
-Handmade Studio: Donating 20% of all online orders (workshop tix & ceramics) to the Community Foundation of Middle TN. Details here.
–Paige Barbee jewelry: Donating 100% of profits from the Tennessee Flag Collection will be donated to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund
–Nashville Bracelet: Strings of Hope also selling these beautiful bracelets. 100% of sales go to disaster relief.
-Shop Market and King: Selling NASH bracelets & donating 100% of profits to the Community Foundation. Buy it here.
-Uncommon James:Donating a portion of sales to the Community Foundation over the weekend
–Yearly Company offering a sample saleof select items and donating a portion of sales to tornado victims.
–Nella Moon Candles: Until Friday, 100% of candle sales will go to Hands On Nashville, Nashville Humane Association and the Community Foundation.
–The Perfect Little Life is donating 100% of sales from their candles to Hands on Nashville and the Germantown community
-OAK Candles: Until Sunday, 20% of sales + $10 from every candle sold to Cross Point church will go to tornado relief
SERVICES & EVENTS:
-The Old School Nashville: Hosting a community night fundraiser. Offering up a place for anyone who needs it at their location at 5022 Old Hydes Ferry Pike. They’ll also be taking donations and distributing them.
-K. McCarthy boutique: Hosting a sip & shop event and donating 15% of all sales to tornado relief: 4121 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville
–Marathon Music Works: Hosting a donation drive. Drop off items Friday at their location on 1402 Clinton Street
–KE Soul Boutique: Hosting a clothing drive to help
–Skin Pharm: Donating all sales to tornado relief efforts for the next 24 hours. 2416 21st Ave S
-UT Vol Juan Jennings is signing autographs and taking pictures at Man Cave Ink on Saturday, March 7th from 2-4. 12008 Lebanon Road, Mt Juliet. Joined by Well House Church, they will be collected donations of canned food, bedding, clothing, etc. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
–Cheekwood: Donating a portion of proceeds from this weekend’s opening of Cheekwood in Bloom to the Community Foundation of Middle TN 1200 Forrest Park Drive
–Redneck Riviera hosting a benefit concert to support the Community Foundation of Middle TN. Friday, March 6th at 7pm. There will be live music & drink specials. John Rich and multiple guests will perform.208 Broadway, Nashville
-Attend the tornado relief concert at Whiskey Row. 100% of proceeds benefit Hands on Nashville: Hosted by Mitchell Tenpenny with friends Jesse James Decker, Adam Doleac, Devin Dawson, The Band Camino, Hardy. Monday, March 9th at 7pm. Tickets here.
–Strings of Hope: A benefit concert at 100 Taylor Street. 100% of profits will go to the Community Foundation of Middle TN.
-Von Elrods will be hosting a St Patty’s Day Fundraiser: 1004 4th Ave N, Nashville money from drinks sold will go to Visit Music City’s fund.
-Minerva Ave will be hosting a community cookout and giving out haircuts to those in need and free food. Friday March 6th from 2-6pm at 1002 Buchanan St.Details here.
-The Machinists Union (Local 2385) from Lincoln County Tn. will be set up at 1844 Airlane Drive, Nashville. At the Machinists Union Local 735`s Union Hall on March 7th. They’ll be serving food to those in need and volunteers. Starts at 11am. If you are in the area and need transportation there – call 856-258-831.
-New Leash on Life – hosting their Paws for a Cause 5K run where they will be collecting donations for pets. Bring gift cards, towels, leashes, food, collars, trash bags.
–Brett Kissel – hosting a benefit concert on Wednesday the 11th at Station on Jasper.
$60 a ticket with 100% of the proceeds to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
FITNESS/DONATION BASED CLASSES:
-Sweat Net Nashville & Cycle Haus hosting a donation based class:Friday, March 6th at 5:30. 100% donation based class. Money will go to tornado relief. Sign up here.
-Sculpt House: Donation-based class: Sunday, March 8th at 10AM. $20 donation 3990 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville. Sign up through their SculptHouse app or here.
–Golden Roots Nashville: Hosting a donation based class on Friday, March 6th at 5:30
-Tennessee Rising: Erin Oprea & Amy Brown will hold a donation based work out at Marathon Music Works. Saturday, March 14 at 9:30. Doors at 9am. 1402 Clinton Street. Tickets here.
–Baked on 8th: All month long, 100% of proceeds will go to the Community Foundation of Middle TN and Hands on Nashville. 1512 8th Ave S, Nashville
-Josephine Nashville: Partnering with Standard Proof and donating 100% of all Standard Proof specialty cocktail sales to USBG Nashville in support of industry tornado victims. Standard Proof will also be MATCHING ALL PROCEEDS they get on Friday.
-Franklin Juice Company: 100% of profits to the Community Foundation of Middle TN: 2301 123th Ave S
-Nashville Cheese Gal: 100% of cheese box sales on Tuesday, March 10th will go CRC. Boxes can be picked up at the Yearly Company & Apple & Oak. Details on her Instagram.
–Tuesday the 10th, Grab the Gold bars are donating sales of their new supplements to the Community Foundation
-Eat Well Nashville: You can purchase 5, 10, or 15 meals at a discounted rate that will be donated to those in need starting on Monday (March 9th)
–Nicky’s Coal Fired: Preparing and cooking food all day to serve those in need. 5026 Centennial Blvd
-Kilwins Franklin is donating 100% of sales of their caramel apples to the Community Foundation. More here.
-Nashville Cookie Collab and the Summer Sweet Shoppe are teaming up with other bakers to donate sales from Nashville-themed cookies
-Retro Sno donating 100% of sales from their Nashberry snoball to tornado relief.
-Pastaria: Donating a portion of food sales to disaster relief. 8 City Blvd, Nashville
–Santo Nashville: Donating 20% of proceeds: 3998 Hillsboro Pike
–Epice Nashville: Donating 20% of proceeds: 2902 12th Ave S, Nashville
–Avo is donating 100% of sales this weekend to the Community Foundation of Middle TN: 3 City Ave #200
-Poppy & Peep chocolate shop: 100% of sales on Saturday will go to relief efforts. 374 Herron Drive, Unit 6
–Tailgate Brewery: Donating $1 from every pint sold to the Community Foundation: 7300 Charlotte Pike, Nashville
–Braxton Brew Company, Double Dogs: Teaming up for a fundraiser for Nashville Humane. For every keg of Diddley Lager sold in March, $20 will be donated by each.
Double Dogs: 3703 4017, Charlotte Ave and1807 21st Ave S Braxton Brew Company: 27 W 7th St, Covington, KY
-Dinos Nashville: Raising money for victims
–Dallas and Jane: Donating 10% of sales to a Go Fund Me: 352 W Northfield Blvd #4f, Murfreesboro
–Bang Candy Company: Donating 100% of sales from their ‘Nashville’ boxes to tornado relief. 1300 Clinton Street, Ste 127
–Sugar Drop:7020 Church Street East, Suite #10 Brentwood
Saturday March 7th, get a scoop of Blue Bell Ice cream and 100% of cash collected will go to local tornado relief.
-Ally Sheppard Art: Donating all proceeds from a 48×48 inch canvaspiece. Money will go to the Community Foundation. Click here to see the piece – it’s acrylic, graphic & oil it’s beautiful: Piece is $1960. Email email@example.com to purchase.
-Natalie Meagle selling Nashville prints in her Etsy store. 100% of sales go to tornado relief. See her work here.
-Anderson Design Group: 50% of the proceeds from five posters from their Spirit of Nashville collection will go to Hands on Nashville. Here are the posters.
–Cami Monet Miller: A local artist is donating 100% of proceeds from her Nashville watercolor print to the Community Foundation of Middle TN.
–Hillary Howarth art: Raising money for her children’s babysitter who is a single mother and lost everything
-Katie Woods: This local artist is donating all profits from her mini-Nashville prints. They are available for purchase at Natalie Busby. 521 Gallatin Ave, Ste 2. See the print here.
-Lyft: discount rides for those who need to get to a shelter. Use code NASHRELIEF20
-Vroom Vroom Balloons: Offering transportation to people in need. Contact: 615-955-0565
-U-Haul: Offering 30 days of free storage: 615-883-0384
-Book ’em Kids: Donating books to those in need. Contact Stacey: firstname.lastname@example.org to request books or call 615-255-1820
-Eastwood Moms: For those in need of child care for clean-up and survivors, contact Eastwood Moms and sign up through their Sign Up Genius page here.
Location is Hope Church, 1215 Gallatin, Nashville
-Green Pheasant restaurant: offering up their freezers, cooler space, etc for anyone who needs it
–TN State Museum: Opening their doors for anyone who needs charging stations, bathrooms and changing stations. The galleries are also open and they’ll have water and snacks available. 1000 Rosa L. Parks Blvd
–Black Tie Moving: Offering trucks & crews to help move stuff out of damaged homes
-White Bridge Auto Wash: Free glass clean-up & water extraction to storm victims. 212 White Bridge Pike, Nashville
-Free admission this week to the Adventure Science Center: 800 Fort Negley Blvd, Nashville
–UbreakIfix: The cell phone repair company & Asurion are offering free screen damage repairs on Apple, Samsung & Google smartphones. They will also be dispatching several mobile repair vans to Red Cross stations across Nashville. Locations throughout Nashville.
-Navarre Corp: Offering transport services for wheelchair-bound people: email@example.com or call 229-328-9182
-Look East: Offering free replacements to anyone who lost their contacts or glasses during the storm: 1011 Gallatin Ave, Nashville
-Free legal clinic: Urban League of Middle TN is offering a free legal clinic for victims. Friday March 6th from 4-7 and Saturday March 7th from 9-11am. 1234 Schrader Lane, Nashville
–Shower the People will be set up with their mobile showers for anyone who needs one at Hadley Park: Location: 1037 28th Avenue North Nashville
–Orange Theory Fitness East Nashville: Offering free showers and water to anyone who needs it. They’re also collecting boxes, food and supplies to donate: 1214 Gallatin Ave #125, Nashville
-14 Planet Fitness locations are open to anyone displaced. Victims can use facilities for free like locker rooms, health & fitness facilities etc. Locations in Lebanon, Cookeville, Goodlettsville, Madison, La Vergne, Mt. Juliet, Murfreesboro, Murfreesboro S Church, Nashville – Bellevue, Nashville – Charlotte Pike, Nashville – Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville – Nolensville, Nashville – South Nash and Smyrna. More info here.
CHARGING STATIONS/WORK SPACES:
-Comcast and AT&T offering free wifi hotspots for those displaced: Red Cross Shelter at East High School, 110 Gallatin Ave, Centennial SportsPlex, 222 25th Ave N, Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway
-Tribe Kelley Trading Post: Opening their doors to anyone who needs to charge their phones, use wifi: 1912 21st Ave S
-Rabbit Chargers: Charging station set up at Red Cross locations for free
–The Lodge Franklin: Offering their building for free to those needing a place to work this week. 1229 Lakeview Dr. Suite A Franklin
–Nashville Design Collection: offering their vacant show rooms to architects or designers who have been displaced. 510 Merritt Ave, Nashville
-Parlour 3 Beauty: Offering their salon space for stylists in need: contact firstname.lastname@example.org
-Rosepepper Cantina: They have a cell phone charging area available: 1907 Eastland Ave, Nashville
–Dan Dumont, LMSW is offering pro bono counseling for anyone in need. If you or someone you know needs emotional support, contact the Oasis Center. 615-983-6884, Text: 615-905-6647 Location: 1704 Charlotte Ave #200, Nashville
-Katelyn Elizabeth is offering free counseling services: New clients only, offered through March (up to 6 sessions pro-bono). Contact her through her website. Located at 580 Franklin Road, Suite 200 in Franklin
–Onsite Foundation:Providing free counseling for those in need. Call 615-323-3191
-Alynna Tilley offering free blowouts/shampoos for those without power and water: DM her here.
–Katie Kendall Barr: Giving free facials to anyone affected by the tornado.
-Modern Acupuncture hosting a tornado relief clinic: Friday, March 6th at 10am and Saturday, March 14th at 5pm. 1731 Mallory Ln Suite 109, BrentwoodAnd as a thank you to the community, they’re extending free initial visits until March 13th. All are welcome. If you go, bring donations. Sign up here.
-Grilled Cheeserie setting up their food truck outside Hunters Station and offering food to tornado victims: 975 Main Street
–Red Headed Stranger: Offering free burgers today and accepting donations. 305 Arrington St, Nashville
-Hattie B’s will set up their food truck outside Woodline Wine: They’ll be at 1001 Woodland St from 11am – 1pm. Offering free food to first responders, anyone displaced or anyone volunteering.
–Arnold’s Country Kitchen: Giving away free meals to hospitality workers in need: 605 8th Ave S, Nashville
–Adele’s and Pemrose: Offering free brunch Thursday: 11am-2
–Lou Nashville: Offering free brunch bowls to those who work in hospitality & lost jobs: 1304 McGavock Pike
-Compton’s Foodland and Hunter’s Hometown Foods offering free groceries in North Nashville: 1015 Kellow Street
-Edley’s BBQ: Serving free sandwiches to the community
-Nicolettos Pasta: Offering up free boxes of pasta for those in need. You can stop by and get fed, or they are asking for volunteers to come in, pick up pasta and take it to anyone displaced.
–Brightside Bake Shop: Offering free sunshine rolls: 4907 Indiana Ave and 713 Porter Rd
–Tennessee Cobbler company is set up at the Nashville Farmers Market serving free cobbler, sweet tea and coffee
-Nashville Sounds: Set up with Cross Point Church offering refreshments at their park
-Denny’s Mobile Kitchen: Denny’s Mobile Relief Diner is a 53-foot mobile kitchen that travels to communities affected by natural disasters and offers FREE freshly cooked meals to residents, first responders, and others. Meals include 2 fluffy pancakes, 4 strips of bacon, coffee and water. Details here.
-Nashville Blanket Project: This wonderful company always gives blankets to the homeless, but now more than ever they need your help. Here’s how to donate.
-Metro Animal Care & Control: They’ve set up a food bank for those with pets who are in need. 5125 Harding Place, Nashville.
-Nashville Humane Association has also set up two emergency shelter locations. Centennial Sportsplex & Holy Rosary Church in Donelson. They are also offering resources like crates, food, blankets, leashes, collars and other basic supplies. If you have items like this to donate, they will also accept them. (If you find a stray animal call 615-862-7928)
–My Second Home in Franklin is offering free boarding for pets through Monday.
-VCA Animal Hospitals are offering free boarding of pets for impacted families here.
-Gibson is donating guitars to musicians in need. Guitarists needing instrument replacement can reach the Gibson Gives Recovery Plan at email@example.com
–Onyx & Alabaster: Collecting furniture donations for those in need. Or, if you need furniture contact them. Info@oafranklin.com or by phone: 615.628.8253
-Stache Storage is offering free storage to tornado victims. More here.
-Nashville Shores: Offering a 40% discount on RV sites and cabins through the end of March to anyone who has been displaced by the storms. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
-The Flats at Silo Bend: Waiving application fees and admin fees for anyone displaced by tornadoes
-The Graduate Nashville: Offering discounted rates for anyone displaced: 101 20th Ave N, Nashville
–Dive Motel: opening their doors to anyone who needs a place to sleep, work, use the internet or use power
1414 Dickerson Pike, Nashville
-AirBnB:Their OpenHomes program is offering temporary housing:
–Moxy Nashville Vanderbilt at Hillsboro Village: Special rates for their hotel rooms if you’ve been displaced. 1911 Belcourt Ave, Nashville
–BODE Nashville offering 25% off: 401 2nd Ave S, Nashville (With code SAVE25)
-Temporary Housing: Locale is offering temporary housing for anyone displaced by the tornado. Contact Locale at 512-580-7606
–Loretta Lynn is offering discounts to her tourist destination for tornado victims displaced by the storms. 50% discount off cabin reservations and 75% discount off RV and primitive camping spots will be offered through March 29th.