The Nashville Food Project is fortunate to work within a network of supportive partnerships in our city. Our relationships with our partners truly make us better!
Center for Nonprofit Management was designed to improve the skills of nonprofit executives in Middle Tennessee. CNM offers training, consulting and programs that meet the education and management needs of the local nonprofit community.
Community Food Advocates‘ mission is to end hunger and create a healthy, just, and sustainable food system. We partner with CFA on Food Stamp outreach.
FiftyForward enriches the lives of adults 50+ by providing pathways to health, well-being and lifelong learning. FiftyForward volunteers are always willing and able to lend a hand in our kitchens or our prep room.
Friends Life is a local nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of people with disabilities. Their programs create opportunities for Friends to develop socially, grow personally and enjoy community. The Friends are some of our most beloved volunteers!
Hands On Nashville is Middle Tennessee’s volunteer resource center. Hands On Nashville connects volunteers with service opportunities and facilitates volunteer work for hundreds of organizations across the community. Our relationship with HON offers us endless new opportunities and relationships.
Harvest Hands is a catalyst for Christ-centered, wholistic community development working alongside our neighbors to further healthy living, education, spiritual formation and economic development in South Nashville.
McGruder Family Resource Center is a collaborative effort between Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center and United Way to strengthen the families in the 37208 area. The partners of McGruder are committed to ensuring that families and children are safe. The center was named after the late Curlie E. McGruder for her dedication to the North Nashville community.
The Oasis Center is one of the nation’s leading youth-serving organizations, offering safety and support to Nashville’s most vulnerable and disconnected youth, while seeking to also teach young people how to transform the conditions that create problems for them in the first place. You can find Oasis youth in our gardens every week of the growing season!
Open Table, Inc. is a local interfaith community that disrupts cycles of poverty, journeys with the marginalized and provides education about issues of homelessness. We partner with Open Table in many of the locations where we regularly serve.
Operation Stand Down is the primary nonprofit resource for veterans in Middle Tennessee providing life changing social services including transitional housing, or referrals, employment readiness training and placement assistance, and coordination of the activities of other agencies in the delivery of such services.
Safe Haven Family Shelter is the only shelter-to-housing program of its kind in Middle Tennessee that accepts the entire homeless family. Safe Haven Family Shelter’s comprehensive approach is one of service, compassion, trauma-informed care and evidenced-bases practices.
Salama Urban Ministries is motivated by a vision of children and youth succeeding in school with the foundations for a productive adulthood. TNFP is fortunate to host Salma youth at Wedgewood Urban Gardens where they learn about growing food and our local food system.
Urban Housing Solutions provides affordable, permanent rental housing and supportive services for low-income residents of Nashville. TNFP delivers meals and fresh produce in four of ULS’s 26 facilities in town.