Hands On Nashville’s Urban Farm is a teaching and learning hub for volunteers to grow gardening skills, learn about healthy eating choices and gain an understanding of food access in the community.
Plant the Seed is a nonprofit that shapes community and school gardens into outdoor classrooms to educate and empower under-resourced young people—building cultural connections, advancing economic justice and improving their overall health and well-being. We welcome donations and volunteers.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee’s mission is to feed hungry people and work to solve hunger issues in our community. We work with 450 Partner Agencies to provide food to those struggling with hunger throughout our 46-county service area in Middle and West Tennessee.
The Society of St. Andrew is a nonprofit that reduces food waste and feeds hungry people. Volunteers glean the fields of farm to gather food that farmers have left behind, and deliver that food to feeding agencies like food pantries, soup kitchens, and homeless shelters.
The Tennessee Urban Forestry Council is a non-profit that strives "to promote healthy and sustainable urban and community forests in Tennessee". We accomplish this through our education programs (annual conference, workshops, historic tree registry, arboretum certifications, and public engagement). To learn more, visit our website and get involved. www.tufc.com
The Gentle Barn rescues, rehabilitates and gives sanctuary to severely abused animals. Then kids interact with the animals to learn kindness, compassion and confidence.
The Land Trust for Tennessee protects unique landscapes forever, promising future
generations the chance to experience and enjoy these places as much as we do today.
As a nonprofit, non-governmental land conservation organization, The Land Trust has
protected nearly 125,000 acres statewide, and provides solutions to those seeking
to conserve places they love.
The Nashville Food Project brings people together to grow, cook and share nourishing food with the goals of cultivating community and alleviating hunger in our city. This work is human-powered by design, and we rely on community support in all of our programs. Learn about ways to volunteer at www.thenashvillefoodproject.org/volunteer
Thistle Farms is a Nashville-based, globally minded social enterprise led by women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction who craft natural body care and home products by hand. The enterprise includes The Café and The Shop at Thistle Farms, as well as 40+ national sister organizations and 20+ global partners.
Urban Green Lab is Nashville’s environmental education nonprofit improving well-being through sustainable living. We connect global environmental concepts to every day actions, empowering Nashvillians, especially youth, to make sustainable choices. Our innovative Mobile Lab, a sustainability classroom on wheels, brings interactive hands-on STEM curriculum to students throughout the city.
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