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Century Club Contributions help celebrate our Century of service to the children of our community

Contributions to Kiwanis of Nashville Foundation of any amount may be made by check or credit card at any time, and are annually acknowledged with a confirmation receipt for tax deductibility. Your donation helps fund our mission to improve the lives of children in our communities through projects like:

  • American Flag Subscription Program - volunteers to place American Flags at residences, businesses and other locations for patriotic holiday periods
  • Barefoot Republic Camps and Retreats - volunteers mentor youth at the summer day camps for disadvantaged youth in Nashville and Franklin
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee - volunteers to support an annual Wine Festival fundraising event in Franklin
  • Bootstraps Foundation for college scholarships - grant
  • Children’s Holiday Party for Martha O'Brian Center families at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel
  • Children's Miracle Network at Monroe Carell Jr. Childrens Hospital at Vanderbilt - volunteers for annual telethon registration and hospitality
  • Court Appointed Special Advocates of Davidson County (CASA) - grant
  • Day at the Farm at Hillenglade with families from selected child care centers
  • The Eliminate Project supporting UNICEF to eliminate maternal/neonatal tetanus globally - Model Club pledge
  • Fannie Battle Day Home for Children for a garden - grant and volunteer service
  • Habitat for Humanity home build - grant and volunteer service
  • Hands On Nashville - volunteers for various projects including in collaboration with SLP clubs
  • Healthy Beginnings - donate and deliver infant products provided to needy families
  • Historic Travellers Rest Plantation - volunteers for Craft Days in September and other events
  • Hope and Healing at Hillenglade - volunteers to support for special events
  • Jennifer O’Neill Ministries for building project for Hope and Healing at Hillenglade - grant
  • Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee for program at an additional elementary school - grant and volunteer service
  • Kiwanis One Day annually on the fourth Saturday of October 
  • Lightning 100 - volunteers for youth activities during Spring Break and other occasions
  • Mary's Magical Place - volunteers support events at special needs playground
  • Music City Marathon to support fundraising for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital - volunteers at Gatorade/water distribution station
  • Nashville Predators Foundation Craft Beer Festival - volunteers to dispense beer
  • Nashville Rescue Mission - volunteers to prepare and/or serve lunches
  • Nashville Zoo at Grassmere - volunteers to support Brew at the Zoo and other events
  • NeedLink Nashville - volunteers distribute annual tabloid distribution
  • Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research - volunteers for Rally on the Runway and other events
  • Rosedale Child Care Center - volunteers to support harvest festival, holiday party, and other needs
  • Salvation Army Bell Ringing in Brentwood and Nashville
  • Scott Hartman Memorial Invitational Track Meet at Brentwood High School - volunteers for program preparation and distribution and food concession stand
  • Second Harvest Food Bank - volunteers to process donated food for distribution
  • Service Leadership Program Clubs sponsored by Nashville Kiwanis
    • Circle K Clubs – Fisk University, Vanderbilt University
    • Key Clubs – Brentwood High School, Hume-Fogg High School, Hunters Lane High School, KIPP Nashville Collegiate High School
  • Special Olympics Tennessee State Summer Games - volunteers to support Friday evening hospitality, opening ceremony team entry parade, balloon drop, Saturday track and field and other events, and Saturday evening Celebration activities
  • Vanderbilt University Circle K Club - provide transportation to their projects and support their Youth Leadership Conference in the Spring
  • Veterans Day Observance at World War I Memorial Statue in Centennial Park erected by Kiwanis in 1922