Updates for the Third and Fourth Quarters

We’re examining our commitment to equity and how that impacts our grantmaking program. We will begin strategic planning in the Fall and pausing the grant process will allow us the time and space to reflect on our work and decide how to further institutionalize our new mission and values in 2022 and beyond.  In light of this, we’ve already approved …

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Collaboration: Loan Guarantee Fund

Collaboration and innovation are necessary for lasting change. Read more about this unique partnership between us, Urban Housing Solutions, Regions Bank, The Memorial Foundation, the James Stephen Turner Family Foundation, and the Kharis Foundation. In Nashville, Using Loan Guarantees to Fund Affordable Housing Preservation Unique Collaboration Preserves Two Nashville Properties

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Retreat Updates

The Healing Trust has offered Healing for the Healer retreats since 2008 as a way to say thank you to helping professionals in our community. In response to the needs of our grantee partners, we’ve made a few changes. Check out the changes.

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Good News From Our Grantees

We could all use a bit of good news. Starting this month, we’ll share short stories from our grantees that highlight the good that is still occurring in our community. The stories that stood out the most were about creative approaches to delivering care during a pandemic, tales of reemerging from rock bottom, and partnering to address emerging needs.  Read …

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More Than a Moment: Our Commitment to Change

The Healing Trust lifts our voices and is taking action to join with others around the world in declaring that Black Lives Matter. We are outraged by the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and in Nashville, Daniel Hambrick, Jocques Clemmons, — and far too many other Black people. We are horrified by how the COVID-19 pandemic has …

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2020/2021 Grant Changes

We are all in a season of adjustment.   As a community, we are adjusting to a world that feels and looks differently than it did a few months back. As individuals, we are adjusting to new ways of being with one another and figuring out how to navigate this current environment. As a funder, we are also adjusting our grant …

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