Being a part of the community means more than just reporting on it.
The Tennessean Media Group takes its role in the community seriously and supports local organizations with financial contributions totaling more than $1.5 million each year.
Our coverage of local news gives us a first-hand view of the issues our community faces. As a corporate citizen, we are proud to contribute money and promotional support to the organizations that address those issues, and those that improve our quality of life in Middle Tennessee.
Charities that The Tennessean supports each year are varied and represent a wide cross-section of the community. Organizations that have received assistance in the past include:
Flood 2010 Chronicled by The Tennessean
This is a 160 page, full color, hard back book with riveting photography that chronicles the timeline of flood events in Nashville beginning on May 1, 2010. Orders arrive daily and almost 6,000 books have been printed so far with sales over 4,500 copies. The Tennessean is delighted to donate 50% of the profit from each sale to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, which has received $17,500 to date, with more donations coming in the future.