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Donate to the 101st Airborne Screaming Eagle Support Fund!
Sudden Service and Budweiser are teaming up to support the heroes. Stop in to any Sudden Service location to make a donation to the 101st Airborne Screaming Eagle Support Fund. The 101st Airborne Screaming Eagle Support Fund helps Fort Campbell soldiers and their families during difficult financial times. For instance, several Soldiers have lost everything in House fires or apartment fires. While they wait for insurance to kick in the 101st Airborne Screaming Eagle Support Fund has assisted them with their immediate needs, food, clothing etc. Stop in to any Sudden Service location to make a donation to the 101st Airborne Screaming Eagle Support Fund. Click here to find a Sudden Service location today. While you're at Sudden Service, pick up the Budweiser Patriot Can. Celebrate your summer holiday's with America's beer - Budweiser.
Take Advantage Of Nashville General's Lifestyle & Health Management Program
The Nashville General Hospital Center for Lifestyle & Health Management is a FREE program designed to reduce the impact of chronic illnesses among citizens of Davidson County. The center’s program addresses individualized lifestyle risk reduction that takes people beyond “knowing” to “doing.” It is geared toward helping people making lifestyle changes aimed at weight reduction, stress management, nutrition, exercise and fitness, and smoking cessation. The program has been proven to help lower the risk for heart attack, stroke, diabetes, and other preventable chronic diseases, as well as improve overall health. For more information, please contact us at (615) 341-4899 or visit us at 337 21st Avenue North.
Want to be a hero? You don’t have to wear a cape or leap a tall building. Youth Villages is looking for people with big hearts to become heroes – foster parents – to children and teens in Davidson County. Foster homes are particularly needed for children ages 12-18. Youth Village offers training, 24-hour support and tax-free monthly reimbursement. Call 250-7270. That’s 250-7270.
The Nashville Rescue Mission Has Your Chance To Make A Difference
Volunteers are an essential part of the Nashville Rescue Mission's team. Since 1954, Mission volunteers have helped change lives in every capacity from serving over 452,000 meals each year and building playgrounds to providing thousands of hours of medical care and tutoring to Recovery Program clients. Serve Meals; Speak, and give presentations; Assist our teachers, Chaplains and counselors with tutoring and/or mentoring; Help with building maintenance, landscaping and/or electrical work; Run a food or clothing drive. Contact the Nashville Rescue Mission for details.
Assist The Young People Of Middle Tennessee
Reading Partners, a program that assists students (PreK-4) in Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools in acquiring reading skills and increasing their enjoyment of literature, seeks volunteers to read with students. One-on-One Readers spend 30 minutes a week providing individual reading assistance, while Classroom Readers spend 30 minutes twice a month reading aloud to a classroom of students.
BRIDGES of Williamson County Supports Women Looking To Break The Cycle Of Violence
BRIDGES of Williamson County provides the support necessary for women and children to maintain a life free of violence. From crisis intervention teams to shelter services to support groups, women needing a helping hand…an advocate….can find it through Bridges of Williamson County. Call 599-5777. That’s 599-57-77.