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- Building Strong Communities (6)
- Empowering People with Disabilities (5)
- Fostering Local Arts & Media (2)
- Promoting Animal Welfare (2)
- Protecting the Environment (6)
- Working for a Just Society (15)
Statewide child advocacy organization providing leadership, information and support to governmental agencies, community organizations, parents and individuals to improve lives of minority and poor children.
A community driven movement of diverse stakeholders committed to developing universal access to a healthy, just, and sustainable food system in Middle Tennessee.
Assists kids, families, neighbors and organizations to resolve legal and personal issues through constructive conversation. Volunteers provide no-cost mediation. Champions peer-mediation within Knox County Schools.
The disABILITY Resource Center provides services, support, and advocacy so that people with disabilities may thrive and actively participate within their communities.
Ijams Nature Center is a 300-acre urban greenspace providing engaging outdoor experiences for people to appreciate and care for the natural world.
Promotes, preserves and presents traditional arts of the Southern Appalachian region.
Dedicated to preserving and protecting the Little River for enjoyment and sustainable use. We engage our community to advocate on behalf of the river.
Provides a safe environment for education, counseling and cultural services; works to create a safer environment for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.
An advocacy group for blind and visually impaired people in Middle Tennessee. We promote social, educational and employment opportunities, teach adaptability and monitor legislation.
A community-based, multi-issue center for Middle Tennessee region, promoting peace making, social justice and environmental issues in our society and around the world.
Works nonviolently to build a culture of respect for the earth and its inhabitants that is free from the threat of nuclear weapons.
Majority African-American neighborhood organization that organizes people based on issues of interest to the community such as crime, education, housing, welfare reform, and zoning.
An all-volunteer, not-for-profit animal protection organization dedicated to reducing pet overpopulation by spaying/neutering cats and dogs through partnerships with veterinarian clinics.
Statewide member-run organization encouraging civic involvement and collective action. Members work at local, state and federal level for social, economic and environmental justice for all.
A nonpartisan organization working to promote responsible energy choices that create global warming solutions and ensure clean, safe and healthy communities throughout the Southeast.
TADP strives to honor life by abolishing the death penalty in Tennessee through a strategy of grassroots organizing and education.
A statewide coalition working to create a more fair and modern tax system that provides revenue to invest in Tennessee, its communities and its residents.
Building a prosperous, sustainable economy that benefits all Tennesseans.
A grassroots environmental advocacy organization dedicated to the preservation and protection of wild and natural areas.
The Council is celebrating over 40 years of working to educate and advocate for the protection and improvement of Tennessee’s environment, communities and public health.
A statewide organization working toward guaranteed, affordable, high-quality health care coverage for all Tennesseans through research, education and advocacy.
A movement of people of faith who educate and organize the community to create living wages, improved benefits, and fair working conditions for low-wage workers in the Mid-South.