The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (CFMT), a charitable organization dedicated to enriching the quality of life in Middle Tennessee and beyond has announced grants to local nonprofit organizations as part of its 2022 annual grantmaking process.
The average grant size is $6,431.
Grantees in Coffee County are:
— Bel-Aire Elementary School. To provide fifth graders with Junior Achievement’s free-enterprise educational program, culminating with participation in JA BizTown.
— Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center. To provide trauma-focused therapy to children who are victims of severe abuse.
— Coffee County Historical Society. The creation of a traveling local history exhibit for use in local schools in Coffee County.
— Coffee County Humane Society. To provide needed veterinary care to seriously ill or injured pets of low-income families.
— Coffee County Raider Academy. To provide resources and supplies that will remove any barrier to success and offer support to all of our students.
— Coffee County School District Family Resource Center. To supply and help with basic needs for the students in our school district.
— Deerfield Elementary Backpack Program. To provide food, coats, shoes, and school supplies for our Deerfield Students that are in need.
— East Lincoln Elementary School. To provide East Lincoln’s students of poverty with basic essentials to meet their individual needs.
— East Middle School. East Middle School’s purpose is to offer a program that will assist in meeting the needs of economically disadvantaged students.
— Haven of Hope. To provide enhanced domestic and sexual violence victim services in undeserved rural counties through case management, counseling, and emergency assistance.
— Hospice of the Highland Rim Foundation. To meet unmet needs, reduce financial stress and improve quality of life during a patient’s final days in hospice.
— Imagination Library of Coffee County. To provide one high-quality, age-appropriate, Imagination Library book each month to 800 children birth-age 5 in Coffee County.
— Manchester City Schools. To provide therapy dog services to all students at Manchester City Schools.
— Partners for Healing. To provide lab services to control diabetic patient A1C levels and other patient conditions with regular testing, education, and clinical care.
— Robert E. Lee Elementary School. To allow students the opportunity to attend BizTown.
— Sportsmen and Professional Men of Coffee County. To provide basic services and needs as well as vision, dental and healthcare assistance as well as hygiene supplies, clothing, shoes and food for children.
— Tullahoma City Schools. Provide classroom teachers with physical-activity equipment and resources to support students’ physical, mental, and social well-being.
— Tullahoma South Jackson Civic Center. To secure the licensing fees and costumes needed for our summer youth production.
— West Middle School. To help provide students from struggling homes with any unmet need that may help them succeed.