Each year the Center for Nonprofit Management honors nonprofit agencies in Middle Tennessee for exemplary service. This year’s Salute Awards Ceremony took place on October 2, 2017 at the Omni Hotel. WEHF congratulates all of the winners and gives a special recognition to the agencies that are currently receiving WEHF grant funds:
The Nashville Food Project won The Frist Foundation Revenue Development Award for its new contract meals program that provides mission-aligned nonprofits with ongoing high quality meals.
The Tennessee Justice Center won the Frist Foundation Innovation in Action Award for its AskJane! program that makes navigating the maze of public health benefits easier.
The Tennessee Justice Center also won The Healing Trust Catalyst for Change Award for its use of law, education and advocacy to help vulnerable families access life’s necessities.
Second Harvest Food Bank won the Piedmont Natural Gas Sustainability Practices Award for its integrated approach to economic, environmental and social stewardship.
Faith Family Medical Center won the Diversified Trust New Generations Award for their Medical Clinic strategy that was designed specifically to attract millennials.
Other award winners include:
Preston Taylor Ministries
Tennessee Kidney Foundation
The Belcourt Theatre
Disability Rights Tennessee
Nashville Education, Community and Arts Television (NECAT)