Charity

Allison Plattsmier
Allison Plattsmier
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http://www.NeedLink.Org
615-533-3986
Amy Cotta
Amy Cotta
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Founder & President
Medals Of Honor
P.O. Box 681401
Franklin, Tennessee 37068

http://www.MedalsofHonor.Org
Denise Carothers
Denise Carothers
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Denise Carothers
Director of Resource Development
Boys & Girls Club
139 West Fowlkes Street, Suite 1000
Franklin, Tennessee 37064

Denise Carothers joined the Boys & Girls Club movement in 1996 as a Girl Scout troop leader for the Franklin Unit. After three years of volunteer service in 1999, she began working professionally with the Club. A native of Franklin, Denise is a graduate of Franklin High School, Tennessee State University, and holds a Master’s in Education from Lipscomb University. Single, Denise devotes time to a variety of local causes. She was the first African American President of the Franklin Rotary Club at Breakfast, serves as Assistant Governor of 6 Rotary Clubs in Williamson County, serves on the executive committee of the non-profit Hard Bargain Association serving the neighborhood in which she grew up. She is also a graduate of the 2007 Leadership Franklin Class, Community Service Day Chair for Youth Leadership Franklin, and a board member of United Way's Patricia Hart Society.

Denise currently serves as Director of Resource Development for Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee, where she oversees fundraising and community relations for all Williamson County Boys & Girls Clubs including grant proposal preparation, strategic planning, and special events. Annual events Denise oversees such as Wine Down Main Street and the Steak & Burger Dinner have become staples for the Williamson County community. She has worked professionally with Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee for over 17 years and continues to make a significant impact on the Williamson County community and the youth served in the Clubs.

Fun Facts abut Denise from her childhood:

What was your favorite movie? Charlotte's Web
What was your favorite book? Harriet the Spy
What was your favorite food? Ice Cream
Who was your favorite superhero or cartoon character? Mickey Mouse
What was your favorite activity or place to visit? Reading

http://www.BGCMT.Org
615-628-8188
Doing Good TV
Doing Good TV
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Doing Good TV
2324 Alteras Drive
Nashville, Tennessee 37211

Doing Good is an innovative, 501c3 non-profit with the goal to increase the number of volunteers & the number of hours per volunteer. The mission is to educate & engage communities by promoting & celebrating “Doing Good” through volunteerism, & the vision is to be the conduit to educate & inspire cultural shifts toward community volunteerism. The values of Doing Good are Inspiration, Authenticity, Integrity, Connectivity, Inclusivity, Quality, Support, & a Personal approach.

Doing Good provides Marketing & Public Relations tools, opportunities, & resources to agencies which celebrate volunteers. The more Doing Good can provide these agencies, the more of their existing time & money they can spend on their own mission. An example of a Doing Good tool provided the agencies is the YouTube Video; two examples of Doing Good opportunities are Nashville's Volunteer of the Month (media visibility) & Hilarity for Charity (a live event); an example of a Doing Good resource is the area's largest list of agencies.

http://www.DoingGood.Tv
615-934-5087
Gail Powell
Gail Powell
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Executive Director
High Hopes Development Center
301 High Hopes Court
Franklin, Tennessee 37064

http://www.HighHopesForKids.Org
615-550-1436
615-309-8342
George Thomas
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Founder & President
EEOG
P.O. Box 24056
Nashville, Tennessee 37202-4056

About the Education Equal Opportunity Group (EEOG):

The purpose of the EEOG’s programs is to provide intensive academic instruction throughout the school year and summer months. They promote college and career readiness for at risk, high school students. For nearly 20 years, EEOG has invested in students, creating meaningful experiences and providing positive pathways for success. EEOG is a culturally diverse, non-profit organization centered in self-efficacy meeting the unmet needs of today's students. The organization’s programs provide students with a positive environment as part of the learning process and focuses on preparing emerging student leaders to become armed with a wealth of knowledge. Since its inception, the EEOG has assisted over 18,000 students through participation in internship programs, and preparation of skills for educational and career opportunities.

About George Thomas:

George Thomas is the Founder and President of the Education Equal Opportunity Group (EEOG), a 501c(3) organization. The EEOG has provided character, leadership and personal development training to high school students across Tennessee. George, a native of St. Louis, Mo., received his Bachelors of Business Administration at Tennessee State University. He has more than 20 years of experience in public service and has been nominated for various awards and recognition including selection as a leading community activist by the Future Ready Nashville campaign.George is involved in multiple organizations, serving as the Vice Chair of the Scholarship Committee for the Metropolitan Development Housing Agency (MDHA), board member for Prohealth Rural Healthcare, Chairman for the George Thomas Scholarship Fund and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.

To learn more or to donate visit www.EEOG.org.

http://www.EEOG.Org
615-876-0215
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Lauren Kissinger
Lauren Kissinger

Director Of Development & Marketing
Healing Housing
P.O. Box 2385
Brentwood, Tennessee 37024
901-604-5028

http://www.HealingHousing.Org
888-445-HEAL
Parker Page
Parker Page
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Director Of Advancement
New Hope Academy
1829 Downs Boulevard
Franklin, Tennessee 37064

http://www.NHAFranklin.Org
615-595-0324
615-261-4494
Susan Moody
Susan Moody

Founder
Philanthro Hub

Cause-related marketing

Philanthro Hub offers our clients cause-related marketing which is mutually beneficial for profit and non-profit business organizations. Our concierge approach to executive account management offers campaigns that will raise awareness for your business and it's social responsibility to your community.

http://philanthrohub.org/
615-521-1250
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Tony Hunnicutt
Tony Hunnicutt

Holes To Go

http://www.HolesToGo.Com
615-651-1927
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