Giving can mean many things and we explore all the available ways your passion is calling you.
Mocha Club kicked off a new campaign on Dec. 1, 2017, that features a unique Christmas gift option: a $250 bundle of gift cards for $35. Partnering with stores including Nisolo, Faherty, ALALA, Jack Mason, Hackwith, ONA,
By ALLIE MYSZKA The holidays are a season of giving—and that doesn’t always have to mean giving “stuff!” While it can be easy to give in to the whirlwind of shopping and parties and decorating,
By DEB ENRIGHT Grace is rampant in this community we live in – just takes a bit of discovery to get things rolling and understand how you fit into having an impact. Small groups in
Your Passion is Calling: “I got this 2am God Slap as I was battling cancer.” Tracy Kuwaja and Angel Heart FarmKendall Gilfillan
By DEB ENRIGHT The health of a child is a distinct blessing. A parent hopes to provide their child with things to look forward to: adventures, opportunities to learn, fun events, travel, time together, discoveries,
Your Passion in Calling: “We Are in the Caring Business” – Chief Deb Faulkner of the Franklin, TN Police DepartmentKendall Gilfillan
By DEB ENRIGHT Full disclosure disclaimer right up front: there are few people you will meet in your journey whose devotion, focus, and character for their work leave you breathless – at a point where
By DEB ENRIGHT It takes you 16 hours and 9 minutes to begin the journey to this new ecosystem of opportunity for a land ravaged by war and HIV Aids. Once at its doorstep, you’ve
By KELLY GILFILLAN Tailgate for Cause is the winner of this week's Momma Nik's Cheesecake Tailgate of the Week. With the week off of high school football in Williamson County, we decided to head north
By DEB ENRIGHT At 19 years of age while a junior at Belmont University, Casey Enright, the Founder of The Word Wagon answered a question with what she describes as her “Scariest, but best ‘YES’”.
The Metro Council’s Minority Caucus is partnering with the city’s hospitality industry to recognize the contribution of Latinos in our community while raising funds for people in Puerto Rico and Mexico who are reeling from
YMCA OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE Country music artist Mary Sarah, a finalist on NBC’s The Voice is sharing her time and talent to support breast cancer survivors finding strength and recovery after treatment through the YMCA’s After Breast Cancer program.
By DEB ENRIGHT Nancy Brown leads a program she knows inside and out. She graduated from it. Me too. I met Nancy 10 years ago at the Maryland Farms Y over coffee as she interviewed
By BROOKE WANSER The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has established the Music City Cares Fund to aid victims of a deadly shooting spree in Las Vegas Sunday night. The deadliest civilian attack in United
By DEB ENRIGHT “What do I do with this?”, she asked herself. One read of the book Half the Sky; Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide during a lunch hour put Lauren Carpenter, Co-Founder
By KENDALL GILFILLAN If you're attending Pilgrimage Festival, we've got some news for you! You can use the weekend of fun to give back to those affected by all of the recent storms in the
By DEB ENRIGHT Understanding. Transformation. Freedom. Potential. Prison. Decisions. Addiction. Redemption. Stacey. Friendship. Olivia. Healing Housing. Tenacity. These words knit together the story of Olivia Mullin, Founder and Executive Director of Williamson County’s only transitional
One Generation Away: Elaine Whitney By DEB ENRIGHT Elaine and Chris Whitney Co-Founders of One Generation Away have been there. Food stamps? Check. Catastrophic health care bills? Check. Bankruptcy? Check. Hunger? Check that one too.
By DEB ENRIGHT Patricia Apple, Founder of the closing Couture for a Cause shop, created an easy way for you and I to give to area charities just by buying the clothes in her store
Limited-edition "TEX" hats created and distributed by Nashville-based (code)word Hats are now available for purchase at codewordhats.com. Proceeds will be directed towards providing meals for Houston area victims of this week's Hurricane Harvey. In just 48-hours,
Back row, (standing) from left: Andrew Bailey, Christi Bowling, and Jessica Hopkins. Front row, (seated) from left: Leslie Glass, John Bell, and Harris Haworth. // SUBMITTED The Franklin Wine Festival celebrates its 13th year in