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Is Red Nose Day the Future of Fundraising?

Fundraising has always been an innovative practice. The most out-of-the-box ideas are always the most likely to raise funds. This goes all the way back to childhood. Nowadays, kids selling lemonade on a hot summer’s day basically seem like a dime a

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Fisher House is Offering a Home to Families of Wounded Warriors

By Lee Rennick Almost three years ago the Fisher House Foundation opened Tennessee Fisher House on the campus of the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System Veterans Administration (TVHC/VA) property in Murfreesboro. A Fisher House serves the families

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Tip Your Hat to Nashville’s Future Leaders and Achievers

By Justin Stokes There are more ways to make an impact on the world than by simply building a cool product or service. This is something that’s been on Comcast’s radar for quite some time. For 17 years as of this June, they have been reaching

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Nashville’s Song Suffragettes: No Boys Allowed

By Casey Reed At Song Suffragettes, there are no boys allowed.  They’re allowed in the audience, just not on stage. The weekly songwriter showcase at The Listening Room Cafe in SoBro is focused exclusively on female songwriters who want to

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4 Reasons Earth Day is Greener in Nashville

It’s Earth Day, Nashville! It’s that time of the year when we get up, get out, and get green. Nashville may be known for its music, its hot chicken, and its entrepreneurial spirit, but Earth Day is a chance to get to know the greener side of Music

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