Thanks to its generous supporters and volunteers, The Women’s Fund has granted more than $2.6 million to 160 unique nonprofit organizations supporting women and girls throughout Middle Tennessee.

The following 45 Grantees received $282,650 in our 2022 discretionary grant cycle.

End Slavery TennesseeTo provide holistic, long-term, trauma-informed, comprehensive aftercare to assist human trafficking survivors on their journeys towards healing.
Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual ViolenceFunds will assist with providing legal services/referrals to wrap around services for 15 immigrant sexual assault and trafficking survivors.
Tennessee Breast Cancer CoalitionOur Emergency Access Fund provides financial assistance to Tennesseans facing dire financial struggles while undergoing active breast cancer treatment.
Meharry Medical CollegeTo provide formula to high risk infants whose mothers engaged in substance use disorder treatment at the Rainbow program.
Community Resource CenterTo provide period products for the 12,000 girls within Metro Nashville Public Schools who cannot otherwise afford these basic essentials.
The New Beginnings CenterTo empower women and teenage girls to improve their health trajectories through nutrition education, lifestyle coaching and strength training.
The Next DoorTo provide emergency transportation (420 rides) to treatment and to/from legal and medical appointments for low-income women dealing with addiction.
Domestic Violence Program, Inc.Provide Sexual Assault Forensic Exams and free supportive services assisting adult victims of sexual assault find hope, healing and recovery.
Rock The Street, Wall StreetTo provide 10 high school and college-level internships, job shadow opportunities, or entry-level positions to Middle Tennessee girls.
Bridges of Williamson County dba Bridges Domestic Violence CenterTo provide specific assistance to domestic violence victims in the form of prescriptions, physical and mental healthcare, diapers, certificate replacements.
Mending Hearts, Inc.Providing Partial Hospitalization Program with individualized treatment therapy and coping resources to 125 women moving from addiction to long-term sobriety.
EPIC Girl Inc.To use screening and case management to recruit, retain and link 100 high risk girls to EPIC Girl's programs
Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee IncTroop 6000 teaches girls experiencing homelessness practical life skills, provides mentoring, and helps overcome barriers to a healthy, productive lifestyle.
Maury Regional Healthcare FoundationTo bridge the gap for at-risk women battling cancer by providing the support and resources needed during and after treatment.
Sexual Assault CenterTo provide specialized therapy, advocacy, and support to 30 low-income girls and women who have been sexually assaulted.
Rejoice School of BalletRejoice empowers youth to realize their potential by training, nurturing, and celebrating dancers from diverse racial, socioeconomic, and cultural backgrounds.
Hispanic Family FoundationTo support the cultural dance instruction in Baila Folklorico for up to 20 low-income girls between 5-18 years.
A Step Ahead Foundation of Middle TennesseeA Step Ahead Foundation of Middle Tennessee (ASAFMT) will enhance the client experience for 360 clients receiving long-acting reversible contraception.
Nashville Anti-Human Trafficking CoalitionTo perform 30 interventions and rescue women and children from the bondage of human trafficking and addiction.
Doors of HopeThe objective of this program is to provide wrap-around services to women who are in recovery from substance use addiction
Starlings NashvilleThe guiding concept of providing an opportunity for girls (ages 5 to 18) to participate regardless of their socioeconomic background.
Nashville Diaper ConnectionTo provide “Diapers for Diplomas” support for 125 parenting-students enrolled in any of the four Middle Tennessee community colleges.
Friendship HouseTo provide help for more women recovering from alcoholism through in-person and hybrid support for them and their families.
Legal Aid Society of Middle TN & the CumberlandsTo provide educational and informational brochures to victims of domestic and sexual violence regarding family law matters.
Rest Stop Ministries, IncThrough trauma informed care, Rest Stop Ministries comprehensively restores survivors and works to stop the oppression of human trafficking.
Stepping Stones Safe Haven, IncTo provide transportation, childcare, or medical co-pay assistance for shelter/case management clients seeking to achieve stability for themselves/their families.
Center of HopeTo provide therapeutic counseling to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking to heal from trauma.
Nurses for Newborns of TennesseeTo prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect through home visitation by registered nurses.
Pink ChristmasIncrease the number of newly diagnosed breast cancer patients with gift cards by 50%, for the Day of Diagnosis Program.
Southeast Community Capital dba Pathway LendingPathway Lending will provide training and business coaching to 250 entrepreneurs and capital infusions to 25 woman owned businesses.
RenewedTo continue to provide life-changing programs and support groups for those who affected by eating disorders in our community.
Healing Housing, Inc.To provide Healing Housing residents with 33 therapeutic workshops and 2 learning sessions focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Girls Write NashvilleGirls Write Nashville Writers Guilds empower teen artists through curriculum-based songwriting, production, mentorship and longterm positive community building.
AGAPETo provide funds for emergency expenses for residents at Morning Star Domestic Violence Shelter
Advocates for Women's and Kids' Equality (AWAKE) TennesseeTo provide evidence-based education to historically marginalized youth and women survivors on self-advocacy, leadership, and creating change in their communities.
Building Entrepreneurs for Success in TennesseeProvide trauma and parent programming for 30 women and 30 mentors through collaboratives with transitional housing agencies in Middle Tennessee.
Palmer Home for ChildrenTo provide essential personal/baby supplies for 15 mothers reentering the community after prison release and/or reunifying with their child.
Thistle FarmsTo provide safe housing and physical, psychological, and financial healing to women survivors of commercial sexual exploitation and addiction.
Haven of Hope, Inc.To provide enhanced domestic and sexual violence victim services in undeserved rural counties through case management, counseling, and emergency assistance.
Girls on the Run of Middle TennesseeGirls on the Run strengthens the social-emotional development of girls while engaging in physical exercise, character, and confidence building.
YWCA Nashville & Middle TennesseeTo provide emergency shelter and wrap-around supportive services to over 200 victims of domestic violence and 150 children.
Renewal House, Inc.To provide gender-specific intensive outpatient addiction treatment for 90 women of low income, including specialized pregnant and postpartum women's programming.
Viable Inc.To connect survivors of abuse in the state of Tennessee into meaningful employment opportunities using an innovative trauma-informed approach.
Galaxy Star Drug Awareness / Nashville PeacemakersProvide classes to 10 teen girls from North Nashville in the 7 areas of Home economics.
The F.I.N.D. DesignTo support the economic empowerment and wellbeing of black and brown girls through entrepreneurship and leadership education.