Departing Food Bank CEO Encourages Businesses Owners to Support Nonprofits to Show Social Responsibility

After more than 30 years on the job, Second Harvest CEO Jaynee Day plans to retire from the food bank this summer. Before that she’s hoping to raise $5 million to support updates and expansion to the organization’s infrastructure. At a Williamson Inc. event on Friday morning, Day encouraged business owners to support local nonprofits…

Pilgrimage Helps BrightStone Celebrate The Big Payback to the tune of $40K

On Thursday, May 2, generous donors around Middle Tennessee “gave back” to BrightStone a total of almost $40,000 during The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Big Payback event. Roughly $18,000 was given online through the official Big Payback website while another $11,000 was given offline. An additional $10,000 in matching funds was generously provided by…