New Study Measures Nonprofit’s Impact On Nashville Economy

The More Than 1,100 Nonprofit Organizations In The 13-county Nashville Region Contributed $14.4 Billion To The Regional Gross Domestic Product, According To An Economic Impact Study By The Center For Nonprofit Management.

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Kids And Pros Football Clinic Returns To Chattanooga

Kids And Pros Football Will Be Celebrating Their 11th year In Chattanooga, This Year With A Free 3-hour Clinic At The Boyd Buchanan School. They Use Football To Teach Kids 5 Core Principles: Sportsmanship, Integrity, Excellence, Perseverance, And Teamwork.

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Struggling Chattanooga Aquarium Gets Help from Country Music Star Power

Brad Paisley, Old Dominion, Ashley Mcbryde, Wynonna, Riley Green, Jessie James Decker, Shy Carter And Others Will Take The Virtual Stage For An Incredible Virtual Concert Fundraising Event Benefitting The Tennessee Aquarium & More Than 200 Other Zoos & Aquariums.

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Proposal Would Change Tennessee Law To Let For-Profit Companies Run Charter Schools

Tennessee Charter School Law, Which Currently Allows Only Nonprofit Organizations To Run The Independently Operated Public Schools, Would Open The Door To For-profit Companies Under A Bill Approved Wednesday By A Key Legislative Committee.

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Tennessee Department of Education Grant Program Aims To Expand Charter Schools With COVID-19 Funds

Tennessee’s Charter Schools Can Apply For A Share Of $5 Million In Grant Funds Offered Through The Tennessee Department Of Education For Support And Expansion.

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Free “Resiliency Checklist” Aims To Better Prepare Small Businesses, Organizations For Crises

The Enterprise Center has launched an online toolkit designed for Chattanooga’s small businesses, nonprofits and faith-based organizations. The aim of The Resiliency Checklist is to better prepare user’s businesses for pandemics, natural disasters and other crises.

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Residents Express Concern Over City’s Choices For Continued COVID Funding

Concerns that the new allocations are being given to places that have already received significant support and funding from other relief sources, grants and from donors. While smaller businesses and non-profits are being overlooked.

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