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Nashville is a creative city, an entrepreneurial city, a charitable city and a city that cares about its neighborhoods and fellow neighbor. It’s no wonder that such great products have emerged to financially support the organizations at the forefront of tornado relief efforts.

In an effort to highlight companies, mostly locally based, making a difference here in Middle Tennessee, with original products being created and sold purely in an effort to give back, we have our list of vetted companies and products below. Shop with brands you trust so that you know your money is being used the way you intended.

If you know of other products, email us here. Once the business is verified, we will add them to this list.

#NashvilleStrong #ThisIsNashville

(More products have been added to this list and will continue to be as they come in.)

 

tristar necklace from Paige Barbee

100% of the profits made from the sale of any of the Tennessee Flag Collection from Paige Barbee will be donated to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Emergency Response Fund. See the collection here.

This “Hand in Hand” poster by Lauren Ledbetter will start shipping on March 11, 2020 and is $20. 100% of profits support The Community Foundation’s Emergency First Response Fund. See poster here.

All sales from this necklace, made by Consider The Wldflwers for this fundraiser, will benefit FLWR, a beloved floral store and home were lost to the March 3 tornado. 14K gold. $300. The gold used to create the necklace is scrap metal recycled from older projects. All profits will be donated to this family to help them get their business up and running and home restored. Sales through 11:59 p.m. on March 9, 2020. NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

From Nashville jeweler Freshie & Zero, 100% of profits from the sales of this necklace will benefit Hands On Nashville. $39. The heart says it all, huh?! See necklace here.

With “NASH” on the front of this ball cap, and @nashvillestrong on the back, all profits from this hat by The Nash Collection will benefit the United Way of Greater Nashville. See $30 hat here.

Black Nashville Strong T-shirt

Made by the amazing Project615 folks, 100% of profits from this $30 t-shirt will be donated to The Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund by The Community Foundation. Available in youth sizes for $20. See t-shirt here 

Together We Are Nashville Strong

This t-shirt was only available for 48 hours and has now closed. Made by our own SB Shop, with graphics by Shaun Senn, it raised over $30,000 for The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and Hands On Nashville.

I Believe in Cookeville.

By the “I Believe in Nashville” company comes the “I Believe in Cookeville” t-shirt. Putnam County was hit HARD. $25 and 100% of the profits are donated to local relief efforts. AND, profits from all I Believe in Nashville t-shirts sold on the site in March 2020 will be donated to local relief efforts (they’ve raised over $350,000 so far!).  See the t-shirt here.

Donut t-shirt

Five Daughters Bakery, known for picture-worthy donuts, has come out with this sweet t-shirt for $20. All profits support The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. See t-shirt here.

Nashville strong sweatshirt

Love & Lion has created t-shirts and sweatshirts for kids and adults ranging in price from $22 – $35. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. See all colors/styles here.

 

Tennessee Strong t-shirt

By Nine Line Apparel and available in men’s and women’s sizes, these Tennessee Strong t-shirts must be ordered by March 16 and all profits will benefit both the Putnam County Rescue Squad and the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. $27. See shirt here.

Keep the Music Playing

Put together by Nashville’s awesome Visit Music City team, this t-shirt also has a large, red #NASHVILLESTRONG across the back. $25 and 100% of proceeds benefit Music City Inc., the charitable foundation of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. See t-shirt here.

Nashville Strong with heart

Living With Landyn has this t-shirt available for $25 with 100% of profits supporting the Community Relief Center. See t-shirt here.

Nashville Strong stemless wine glasses

From Apple & Oak, these stemless wine glasses will be available next week and 100% of the profits will be donated to tornado relief. Glasses are $12 each and available here.

NASH bracelet

From Market and King out of Charleston, SC, “Our hearts are breaking for all of those great people of Nashville. Nashville has always had a special place in our heart and we will donate 100% of the profits from this bracelet to those affected by the tornado. All donations will go to The Community Foundation of Middle TN for disaster relief!” See the bracelet here. $22

Groove Life has four rings for sale, all with a Nashville or Tennessee theme, and 100% of the profits will benefit the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund by The Community Foundation. Each is $39.95. See rings here.

If you know of other products, email us here. Once the business is verified, we will add them to this list.

And, consider making direct donations as well:

Per Mayor Cooper, below are the preferred methods for donating time, money and immediate needs:

  • To volunteer your time, sign up with Hands On Nashville at hon.org.
  • To donate money, visit the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee as they have activated the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund, online at cfmt.org.
  • To donate everything EXCEPT clothing, stop by Community Resource Center, located at 218 Omohundro Pl, Nashville, TN 37210. IMMEDIATE NEEDS INCLUDE: Windex, tarps, large trash cans, laundry detergent, box cutters, work gloves, underwear (all sizes), cleaning supplies (trash bags, work gloves, bleach, cleansers), personal hygiene items (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant), and diapers.

For more information, see our article HERE on how to help out.

To participate in local fundraisers, see our article HERE.

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