In December, The Healing Trust reached a resolution to our five-year legal dispute with the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. The resolution, which included paying out 15% of our endowment, allows us to continue furthering our mission thru strategic philanthropy, impact investing and advocacy. This reduction in our endowment means that The Trust must change the way it operates, both internally …Read More
Please join us in welcoming Meredith Sullivan Benton as our Senior Program Officer!
Meredith brings 15 years of senior level public sector leadership experience to The Trust, helping organizations and the people who lead them become more effective at furthering their missions. Her career highlights include serving in the office of a U.S. Senator, two Governor’s administrations and for a former President’s international organization. She has led state and local nonprofit advocacy efforts …Read More
Fall 2016 Newsletter
Find our what our staff is reading, check out upcoming deadlines, and find out which grantee we’re highlighting in the newest edition of The Ripple Effect.Read More
Q3 2016 Grantees Announced!
Congratulations to the 19 nonprofits that were collectively awarded over $1.1 million in our Q3 Grant Cycle! This quarter’s grants brings our grant making to over $75 million since 2002. Check them out!Read More
The Healing Trust’s Cathy Self Retires; New CEO Appointed
NASHVILLE, TENN. (Aug. 9, 2016) — The Healing Trust’s Board of Directors unanimously selected Kristen Keely-Dinger as the new president and CEO of The Trust, effective in December. Keely-Dinger is currently the organization’s executive vice president. The Healing Trust is the rebranded Baptist Healing Trust, renamed to more closely reflect its mission to support Middle Tennessee’s healthcare-related nonprofit organizations. Keely-Dinger …Read More
About Our New Name And Logo
Our decision to change our name doesn’t indicate a change in our values, rather it more accurately represents who we strive to be as part of the fabric of the community: inclusive, trustworthy, and supportive of individual and collective healing. Despite the change to our name, our commitments to transparency and partnering with you remain the same. We are one …Read More