the 2015 annual report - The Memorial Foundation

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the 2015 annual report - The Memorial Foundation
ANNUAL REPORT 2015
THE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
O R G A N I Z AT I O N S
R E C E I V I N G M E M O R I A L F O U N D AT I O N F U N D I N G I N 2 0 1 5
4:13 Strong
CABLE Foundation
Dismas
A Soldier’s Child
CASA of Davidson County
East Nashville Hope Exchange
Achilles International Nashville Chapter
Catholic Charities of Tennessee
Easter Seals Tennessee
Center for Courageous Kids
Ed Temple Memorial
Statue Fund
ALIAS Chamber Ensemble
Alzheimer’s Association Mid South Chapter
American Cancer Society Greater Nashville Area
American Red Cross Nashville Area Chapter
Andrew Jackson Foundation
Angel Heart Farm
Arts & Business Council
of Greater Nashville
Center for Nonprofit
Management
Centerstone Military Services
Charis Health Center
Christian Community Services
Christian Cooperative Ministry
End Slavery Tennessee
Equal Chance for Education
Executive Women International Nashville Chapter
Christian Women’s Job Corps
of Middle Tennessee
Faith Family Medical Clinic
City of Hendersonville
City of Millersville
Backfield in Motion
Communities In Schools
of Tennessee
Becoming Like Christ
Eighteenth Avenue Family
Enrichment Center
Christian Leadership Concepts
Autism Foundation of
Middle Tennessee
Barefoot Republic Camp
The Edison School
Community Child Care Services
Community Resource Center
Family & Children’s Service
The Family Center
Family Foundation Fund
Fannie Battle Day Home
for Children
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Community Spirit
Fifteenth Avenue Baptist
Church Child Learning Center
Bethany Christian Services
of Middle Tennessee
CommunityNashville
FiftyForward Bordeaux
Bethlehem Centers of Nashville
Conexión Américas
FiftyForward Madison Station
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Middle Tennessee
Congressional Medal of Honor
Foundation
First Steps
Big Payback of
Middle Tennessee
The Conservancy for the
Parthenon and Centennial Park
Bledsoe’s Lick
Historical Association
Cottage Cove Urban Ministries
Belcourt Theatre
Foundation for Athletics in
Nashville Schools
Friends of Radnor Lake
Friends of Warner Parks
Box 55 Association
Council on Aging of
Greater Nashville
Boys & Girls Clubs
of Middle Tennessee
Creating An Environment
of Success
Bridge Ministry
Crossroads Campus
Brown Center for Autism
Cumberland Crisis
Pregnancy Center
Gilda’s Club Nashville
Decisions, Choices & Options
Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee
Discover Madison
GivingMatters.com
Building Lives Foundation
Byrum-Porter Senior Center
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Frist Center for the Visual Arts
LEADING
Full Count Ministries
Gallatin Lions Club
INTO
LEGACY
T H E P E O P L E W H O S P A R K R E A L A N D S U S TA I N A B L E C H A N G E I N M I D D L E T E N N E S S E E
Gallatin Shalom Zone
100 Bluegrass Commons Boulevard, Suite 320, Hendersonville, TN 37075
www.memfoundation.org
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O R G A N I Z A T I O N S , CONTINUED
Global Education Center
Matthew 25
Nashville Public Television
Salvus Center
Goodpasture Christian School
McNeilly Center for Children
Nashville Rescue Mission
Second Harvest Food Bank
of Middle Tennessee
Gospel Music Association
Men of Valor
Nashville Shakespeare Festival
Habitat for Humanity of
Greater Nashville
Mending Hearts
Nashville Symphony Association
Metropolitan Nashville
Public Schools
Nashville Youth for Christ
Hands On Nashville
Healing Arts Project
Healing Hands International
Hearing Bridges
Hendersonville Young Life
THE MISSION OF
T H E M E M O R I A L F O U N D AT I O N
IS TO IMPROVE THE
High Hopes
Home Bound Meals Program
Homework Hotline
N O N P R O F I T O R G A N I Z AT I O N S .
Urban Housing Solutions
Skyline Auxiliary
Tennessee Environmental
Council
VSA Tennessee
Social Enterprise Alliance Nashville Chapter
Tennessee Foreign
Language Institute
Watkins College of Art,
Design & Film
Society of St. Andrew
Tennessee Holocaust
Commission
Wayne Reed Christian
Childcare Center
Tennessee Justice Center
Welcome Home Ministries
Workers’ Dignity Project
Southeastern Council
of Foundations
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s
Hospital at Vanderbilt
New Beginnings Center
Monroe Harding
The Next Door
Southern Sudanese
Youth Connection
Tennessee Justice for
Our Neighbors
Montgomery Bell Academy
Community Outreach Program
Oasis Center
Southern Word
Tennessee Medical Foundation
Special Needs
Sports Foundation
Tennessee Performing
Arts Center
Sponsors Scholarship Program
Tennessee Prison
Outreach Ministry
Young Leaders Council
Tennessee Senior Olympics
Youth Encouragement Services
Tennessee Voices for Victims
Youth Incorporated
Thistle Farms
Youth Life Learning Centers
World Relief Nashville
YMCA of Middle Tennessee
Hope Family Health Services
Muscular Dystrophy Association Nashville
One Hundred Club of
Sumner County
Music for Seniors
Operation FINALLY HOME
Music Health Alliance
Operation Stand Down Nashville
NASBA Center for the Public Trust
Our Kids
Sumner County
Health Committee
Nashville Ballet
Parents Reaching Out
Sumner County Museum
Time to Rise
Youth Villages
Nashville Chamber Public
Benefit Foundation
PENCIL Foundation
Sumner Teen Center
TNKids Nutrition
YWCA of Nashville and
Middle Tennessee
Hospital Hospitality House
Interfaith Dental Clinic
Jason Foundation
Jefferson Street United
Merchants Partnership
Nashville Chess Center
Nashville Children’s Alliance
King’s Daughters Child
Development Center
Nashville Conflict
Resolution Center
LEAD Public Schools
Nashville District
Management Corporation
Leadership Goodlettsville
Leadership Nashville
Legal Aid Society of Middle
Tennessee and the Cumberlands
Lighthouse Christian School
Madison Tigers Youth Sports
Make-A-Wish of Middle Tennessee
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Urban Green Lab
Morning Star Sanctuary
Junior Achievement
of Middle Tennessee
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Native American Indian Association
of Tennessee
Tennessee Coalition to End
Domestic and Sexual Violence
United Way of Metropolitan
Nashville - 2-1-1 Call Center
Hope Clinic for Women
Insight Counseling Centers
THROUGH SUPPORT TO
Middle Tennessee Council Boy Scouts of America
National Museum of African
American Music
Siloam Family Health Center
Tennessee Action Coalition
Tucker’s House
One Hundred Black Men of
Middle Tennessee
Hope Food Bank
QUALIT Y OF LIFE FOR PEOPLE
Mid-Cumberland Human
Resource Agency
Nashville Zoo
Sexual Assault Center
Teach for America Greater Nashville
Nashville Film Festival
Nashville Food Project
Nashville Inner City Ministry
Nashville International Center
for Empowerment
Nashville Opera Association
Martha O’Bryan Center
Nashville Public
Education Foundation
Mary Parrish Center for Victims of
Domestic and Sexual Violence
Nashville Public Radio
STARS Nashville
Sumner County CASA
Pet Community Center
You Have The Power…
Know How To Use It
Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee
Progress
THE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION GRANT GUIDELINES
Project Return
Project Transformation Tennessee
REBOOT Combat Recovery
Rejoice Ministries
Robertson County
Historical Society
Rock The Street, Wall Street
Saddle Up!
The Memorial Foundation awards grants to nonprofit organizations that provide services
to people who live in the geographic area served by Nashville Memorial Hospital.
The Foundation places special emphasis on assisting organizations that focus on health,
youth and children, senior citizens, education, human and social services, community
services and substance abuse.
All organizations requesting grants are subject to a review process that includes
interviews with staff, submission of an application, a possible site visit and approval
by The Memorial Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Those interested in obtaining more information on grant guidelines may visit
The Memorial Foundation’s website at www.memfoundation.org or write to:
Safe Haven Family Shelter
St. Luke’s Community House
Salama Urban Ministries
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The Memorial Foundation
100 Bluegrass Commons Boulevard, Suite 320
Hendersonville, TN 37075
Tel:(615) 822-9499
www.memfoundation.org
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FROM THE PRESIDENT
This past year was unlike any other in the 20-year history of The Memorial
Foundation: the first without our founding President J.D. Elliott.
A leading light in the bright constellation of Middle Tennessee nonprofits,
J.D. has been missed by so many since his death in July 2015. But we take
enormous comfort in what he has left us: a legacy of leadership. J.D. not only
oversaw the scrupulous distribution of funds to hundreds of worthy nonprofit
organizations over two decades, he also worked tirelessly to nurture leaders who could fulfill
their missions.
All of us who worked with J.D. at The Memorial Foundation learned from him to stand in awe of the
passion and vision that motivates so many to devote themselves to meeting unmet needs. We also
learned that passion and vision are not enough to guarantee success in the nonprofit sphere. Success
demands that leaders practice the fundamentals of good stewardship. It requires that they understand
how to surround themselves with great people and allow them to thrive. And it insists on demonstrable
proof that money raised is being used to advance missions.
This is why, in J.D.’s memory, The Memorial Foundation has established the J.D. Elliott Leadership
Development Fund, to be administered by the Center for Nonprofit Management. J.D. was a humble
man. Always leading by example, he let his actions speak for themselves. But we believe he would have
approved of this fund. It represents a way to continue to let his actions speak. It will build upon his
legacy by giving people filled with passion the skills and the wisdom necessary to turn vision into reality.
In 2015, The Memorial Foundation distributed grant funding to 223 results-oriented nonprofit organizations
working to impact seniors, youth and children, access to quality health care, human and community
services, and education. We fulfilled our mission to support work that betters our world. We will continue
to do so, and are well-prepared for the task. We learned from the best.
SCOTT S. PERRY
president
great
share
l e ader s
c o m m o n t r a i t s.
AMONG
MIDDLE
TENNESSEE’S
E XC E P T I O N A L N O N P R O F I T O R G A N I Z AT I O N S ,
those who step forward to lead — whether executive
directors, presidents, CEOs, or board members — are on
fire for their missions. Their passion is contagious, igniting
the same burning fervor in others to make a difference for
those in need. They also are practical visionaries, able to
translate their passion into concrete action that
sparks
real and sustainable change. And they have the talent, selfconfidence and humility to lead from behind, surrounding
themselves with great teams and giving them the freedom
to thrive. Within these pages, we have profiled just a few of
the extraordinary people who make mission meaningful
every day. They lead by example. They lead by empowering
others to do the same. A N D S O T H E Y C H A N G E
MONROE HARDING
A young child plays at the Monroe Harding campus. The organization opens up
a new world of possibilities through its foster care services.
2 ) THE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
LIVES FOR THE BETTER.
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LEADING
INTO
HOPE
MONROE HARDING
MARY BAKER
PRESIDENT AND CEO
MARY BAKER became Monroe Harding’s President
CHRIS ANDERSON
and CEO in 2011, marking the pivotal moment when a
BOARD VICE-CHAIR
visionary executive and a visionary board of directors
began to reimagine care for abused and abandoned
“
IF YOU
SINCERELY
BELIEVE IN
YOUR MISSION,
NOTHING IS
OFF THE
TABLE.
”
MARY BAKER
youth and children. Armed with the courage to
question, the organization’s leaders ruthlessly
scrutinized its compliance-based approach, decided
it was no longer effective, and created instead a
therapeutic environment designed to help children and
their families grow stronger and heal. Together, they
have transformed the former orphanage into a model
for breaking the vicious cycle of childhood trauma.
CHRIS: “We weren’t afraid to ask very tough questions.
What is our purpose? Are we accomplishing it? If not,
should we shift?”
MARY:“We took the approach that there was nothing
wrong with these children. Something’s happened to
them. Let’s figure out how to help them be stronger.”
CHRIS: “Mary’s fearlessness in adopting traumainformed care changed everything.”
MARY: “I make it a point to hire people and recruit
board members who are far smarter than I am.”
ABOUT MONROE HARDING
Established in 1893. Serves children and youth from birth
to 26 who are or have been in state custody, and have been
traumatized, abused or neglected. Offers a continuum of
integrated trauma-informed services, including foster care,
residential Cooperative Living, independent living
apartments, and a community resource center.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2015
•
111 children placed into one of 48 foster homes,
6 children adopted, 37 children reunited with their
birth families;
•
92 young men, ages 15-18, served in Cooperative Living
group homes. Half returned to their families and the
other half were either placed with foster families or
successfully transitioned into independent living;
•
34 young adults either finished high school or attended
college while in independent-living apartments.
To learn more, visit monroeharding.org
MAIN PHOTO Monroe Harding foster mother Joni Bowen.
ABOVE LEFT CEO Mary Baker plays a game with a young child in Monroe Harding’s care.
ABOVE RIGHT Board Vice-Chair Chris Anderson with transitional resident Richard W.
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“
w e ’r e v e r y
m i s s i o n a l.
THE NEXT DOOR
The original version of this work of art is called Wild Group of Praying Women and is
centrally located in The Next Door’s chapel. It tells the story of the organization’s
beginning when a group of women came together to pray about the needs of the
community. This led to the founding of The Next Door.
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w o m e n a nd t he i r
”
fa m i l i es.
that ’s what we’re all about.
LINDA LEATHERS, CEO OF THE NEXT DOOR
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LEADING
INTO
TRANSFORMATION
THE NEXT DOOR
LINDA LEATHERS
CEO
MARK SMITH
BOARD CHAIR
“
ABOUT THE NEXT DOOR
WHEN YOU COMBINE
Established in 2003. Provides a continuum of Christ-centered
compassionate care that encompasses evidence-based services
for women and their families impacted by addiction, mental
illness, and/or incarceration. Services include medically monitored
detoxification, residential treatment, partial hospitalization,
intensive outpatient services, and aftercare.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2015
•
Served 867 women and provided family enrichment
services to 257 families;
•
Kept the rate of women returning to prison for
those who stay at least 3 months at The Next Door
to 20% compared with the statewide average of 44%;
•
Helped 81% of residents find employment within
25 days of admission.
EVIDENCE-BASED
SERVICES WITH
COMPASSIONATE
PEOPLE IN A
THE NEXT DOOR was founded by “a wild group of praying
women” who quickly learned to mold their passion into
mission on behalf of women in crisis. So says Linda Leathers,
ENVIRONMENT,
its first and only CEO. She surrounds herself with strong board
LIVES AND
members driven to combine the best of evidence-based
treatment with Christ-centered compassionate care to
transform the lives of women battling addictions.
MARK: “Linda knows how to break passion down into
To learn more, visit thenextdoor.org
CHRIST-CENTERED
actionable steps and get things done.”
LINDA: “This is truly a calling. We’re living out what we were
created to do.”
MARK: “Our board leadership always seems to be appropriate
COMMUNITIES CAN
BE TRANSFORMED.
”
LINDA LEATHERS
for whatever steps The Next Door needs to take.”
LINDA: “Strong leaders realize it’s not all up to them. If I
passed away today, The Next Door would carry on. Its
best days are ahead.”
MAIN PHOTO CEO Linda Leathers, center, surrounds herself with a strong team at The Next Door, including Hannah Reynolds and LanJericha Finch.
ABOVE LEFT Board Chair Mark Smith shares stories with Ramie Siler.
ABOVE RIGHT Leathers and Smith walk outside The Next Door facility, which was built in part with support from The Memorial Foundation.
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“
w e a r e m uc h mo r e i n v e s t ed
he a l i ng
in
SILOAM FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
The organization’s service map, prominently featured within its clinic, pinpoints more than
80 different countries from which Siloam’s patients immigrated to the United States.
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than in
”
h e a lthc are .
DR. MORGAN WILLS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF SILOAM FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
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LEADING
INTO
CARE
T H E S I L O A M F A M I LY
H E A LT H C E N T E R
DR. MORGAN WILLS
PRESIDENT AND CEO
DR. TIM JONES
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
“
ABOUT SILOAM FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
Established in 1991. Provides faith-based, comprehensive
health care services at minimal cost to the uninsured,
including many of Nashville’s immigrants and refugees.
Offers primary care and access to a network of area
specialists, hospitals and diagnostic centers. Operates
a Prescription Drug Assistance Program that helps
keep prescriptions affordable.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2015
•
•
•
Saw more than 5,000 uninsured patients, and
provided more than 20,000 medical, behavioral
health, pastoral care, and social work visits;
Cared for a patient population that is nearly 90%
foreign born, hailing from more than 80 homelands
and speaking more than 70 different languages.
Provided over 13,500 hours of service from more
than 400 volunteer physicians, nurses, physical
therapists, interpreters, and others.
To learn more, visit siloamhealth.org
WE WILL
STICK WITH
OUR PATIENTS
AS LONG AS
The founders of SILOAM FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
were determined to give good medical care to poor people
living within sight of the church where they worshipped.
Today’s leaders have retained that same burning desire to heal
— but have moved Siloam’s sightline to encompass the entire
world. Operating out of a busy clinic in Nashville’s Melrose
neighborhood, they have expanded Siloam’s circle of
compassion to include immigrants and refugees seeking to
make Nashville home. No one is ever turned away due to
his or her inability to pay.
MORGAN: “We are catalyzing the flourishing of a whole
new Nashville by helping our newest arrivals stay healthy
IT TAKES
TO GET THEM
WHAT THEY
NEED.
”
DR. MORGAN WILLS
and feel welcomed.”
TIM: “We have a vision for the whole person, not just their
blood pressure.”
MORGAN: “Healthcare is the tool. God’s love is the
driving force.”
TIM: “Our transitions have not happened in a time of crisis.
They’ve happened when we were strong.”
MAIN PHOTO President and CEO Dr. Morgan Wills works closely with volunteer Kathleen Donofrio, registered nurse, to treat Siloam’s patients in body, mind and spirit.
ABOVE LEFT Dr. Wills and Board Chairman Dr. Tim Jones at the center.
ABOVE RIGHT A family waits to be seen by the doctors at the center.
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“
leadership knows how
t o at t r a c t t h e
right people,
FIFTYFORWARD
Seniors enjoy a domino game of “Chicken Foot” — one of the many activities that
FiftyForward offers to older adults in seven centers across the Greater Nashville area.
14 ) THE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
and get out of
t h e i r
”
w ay .
MERCEDES LYTLE, IMMEDIATE PAST BOARD PRESIDENT, FIFTYFORWARD
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LEADING
INTO
RESPECT
FIFT YFORWARD
JANET JERNIGAN
As 60 has become the new 50 and 80 has become the
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
new 70, FIFTYFORWARD has become synonymous with
MERCEDES LY TLE
adapting to the evolving needs and expectations of today’s
IMMEDIATE PAST
BOARD PRESIDENT
booming demographic of older adults. Keenly aware that
respect for them is FiftyForward’s cornerstone, the leaders
of the organization’s staff and board have evolved their
approach over the years so as to cater to an extremely
“
”
JANET KNOWS
HOW TO HIRE
AND INSPIRE.
wide spectrum of ages and abilities. This has resulted in
wide-ranging programs — from exercise classes to financial
planning seminars to at-home visits. Always, FiftyForward
allows older adults themselves to determine what “older”
means, and meets them wherever they want to be.
JANET: “Our board really cares about the staff and
vice versa. And everyone is devoted to our clients.”
MERCEDES: “It’s one thing to sit on a board. It’s quite
another when the right expectations are set.”
MERCEDES LYTLE
JANET: “Mercedes is everything you want to see
in a board member: passionate about the mission,
connected in the community, and eager to enlist others.”
MERCEDES: “Janet’s entire focus is to do what’s
best for older adults – whatever that may be.”
MADISON
stat ion
s en i o r c i t i z en
s c en t er
g r a n d o p en i n
g
1996
ABOUT FIFTYFORWARD
Established in 1956. Operates seven Middle Tennessee
centers that enrich the lives of older adults through
recreation, education, health promotions, and volunteer
opportunities. Benefits more than 20,000 older adults
and their families annually.
FIFTYFORWARD’S MADISON STATION LOCATION
ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2015
•
Maintained accreditation by the National Institute
of Senior Centers for its compliance with nine
standards of center operations;
•
Offered nearly 3,000 events and activities to more
than 1,000 older adults;
•
Provided a Living at Home Case Manager program
that served homebound older adults, and gave
consistent care to almost 75 people.
To learn more, visit fiftyforward.org
MAIN PHOTO Immediate Past Board President Mercedes Lytle and Margarita Sapien.
ABOVE LEFT Executive Director Janet Jernigan and Helen Shull.
ABOVE RIGHT The Memorial Foundation gave its first grant to FiftyForward Madison Station in 1996.
Artist Phil Ponder created the illustration for the opening event’s invitation.
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2015 FINANCIAL REPORT
T H E M E M O R I A L F O U N D AT I O N B O A R D M E M B E R S
THE MEMORIAL FOU NDATION, INC. AND AFFILIAT E D E NT IT IE S
consolidated statement of financial position for the period ended december 31, 2015
ALFONZO ALEXANDER
J. EDWARD PEARSON
president
chief operating officer
nasba center for the public trust
healthstream, inc.
FRANK M. BUMSTEAD
H. EDDIE PHILLIPS
chairman
chairman
flood, bumstead, mccready
& mccarthy, inc.
VARINA F. BUNTIN
community leader
CHARLES W. FENTRESS
consultant, government affairs
FRANK E. GORDON
e. phillips development
GINI PUPO-WALKER
senior director of education policy
chair
FRANK M. BUMSTEAD
vice‑chair
JO SANDERS
JUDGE GEORGE PAINE, II
community leader
JULIE B. WILLIAMS, ED.D.
educational consultant
FRANK GRACE, JR.
$8,195,044
Cash and short-term investments
FRANK GRACE, JR.
& strategy growth
conexión amÉricas
managing partner
crofton capital
ASSETS
OFFICERS
secretary
118,348,420
Investments
9,064,084
Investment - commercial real estate, net
3,616
Accounts receivable
125,144
Prepaid expenses
2,432
Furniture and equipment - net
TOTAL ASSETS
SCOTT S. PERRY
$135,738,740
president
JACKSON ROUTH
vice president, programs and grants
LIABILITIES
ALICE I. HOOKER
JUDY MILLIKEN
Accounts payable and accrued expenses
$232,119
community leader
vice president finance
Grants payable
965,000
retired partner
S. FLEMING WILT
waller
president
christie cookie co.
,
EMERITUS MEMBERS
TOTAL LIABILITIES
BETH B. LITTLE
community leader
DREW R. MADDUX, SR.
president
maddux realty
& construction co., inc.
DAVID E. MCKEE, M.D.
physician, plastic and reconstructive surgery
$1,197,119
WILLIAM P. PURYEAR
immediate past chair emeritus
CHARLES B. BECK, M.D.
L. DALE BECK, M.D.
NORMAN L. SIMS, M.D.
NET ASSETS
$132,751,205
Unrestricted
1,790,416
Temporarily restricted
TOTAL NET ASSETS
$134,541,621
>
JUDGE GEORGE C. PAINE, II
retired chief judge
united states bankruptcy court
middle tennessee district
$135,738,740
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
the memorial foundation is audited by the independent auditing firm of kraft cpas pllc
1996-2015 GRANTS
THE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION STAFF brings single-minded dedication and passion to the mission of bettering
the lives of people in Middle Tennessee by supporting local nonprofits.
S UMMARY O F G RANT S AWARD E D BY PRO G RAM ARE A
Senior Citizen
Enrichment
Services
SCOTT S. PERRY
president
Community
Services
6% 6%
JOYCE DOUGLAS
executive assistant
Substance
Abuse
Human and
Social Services
JUDY MILLIKEN
11%
23%
vice president, finance
JACKSON ROUTH
vice president,
programs and grants
DONNA KAY VICK
receptionist/secretary
Youth and
Childhood
Development
14%
22%
Health Care
Services
18%
Education
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great leaders
i l lum in ate
t o m o r r o w.
They hold it up for others to behold and urge them to keep
both creativity and common sense aflame. Their shining
example is always service, and it is invariably contagious. Great
leaders make
sparks fly. Into the future. Into the hands and
hearts of new leaders who become great in their own ways and
in their own times. This is leadership’s legacy: To change lives
for the better. To change lives for always.
S H I N E O N.
ANNUAL REPORT 2015
THE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
O R G A N I Z AT I O N S
R E C E I V I N G M E M O R I A L F O U N D AT I O N F U N D I N G I N 2 0 1 5
4:13 Strong
CABLE Foundation
Dismas
A Soldier’s Child
CASA of Davidson County
East Nashville Hope Exchange
Achilles International Nashville Chapter
Catholic Charities of Tennessee
Easter Seals Tennessee
Center for Courageous Kids
Ed Temple Memorial
Statue Fund
ALIAS Chamber Ensemble
Alzheimer’s Association Mid South Chapter
American Cancer Society Greater Nashville Area
American Red Cross Nashville Area Chapter
Andrew Jackson Foundation
Angel Heart Farm
Arts & Business Council
of Greater Nashville
Center for Nonprofit
Management
Centerstone Military Services
Charis Health Center
Christian Community Services
Christian Cooperative Ministry
End Slavery Tennessee
Equal Chance for Education
Executive Women International Nashville Chapter
Christian Women’s Job Corps
of Middle Tennessee
Faith Family Medical Clinic
City of Hendersonville
City of Millersville
Backfield in Motion
Communities In Schools
of Tennessee
Becoming Like Christ
Eighteenth Avenue Family
Enrichment Center
Christian Leadership Concepts
Autism Foundation of
Middle Tennessee
Barefoot Republic Camp
The Edison School
Community Child Care Services
Community Resource Center
Family & Children’s Service
The Family Center
Family Foundation Fund
Fannie Battle Day Home
for Children
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Community Spirit
Fifteenth Avenue Baptist
Church Child Learning Center
Bethany Christian Services
of Middle Tennessee
CommunityNashville
FiftyForward Bordeaux
Bethlehem Centers of Nashville
Conexión Américas
FiftyForward Madison Station
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Middle Tennessee
Congressional Medal of Honor
Foundation
First Steps
Big Payback of
Middle Tennessee
The Conservancy for the
Parthenon and Centennial Park
Bledsoe’s Lick
Historical Association
Cottage Cove Urban Ministries
Belcourt Theatre
Foundation for Athletics in
Nashville Schools
Friends of Radnor Lake
Friends of Warner Parks
Box 55 Association
Council on Aging of
Greater Nashville
Boys & Girls Clubs
of Middle Tennessee
Creating An Environment
of Success
Bridge Ministry
Crossroads Campus
Brown Center for Autism
Cumberland Crisis
Pregnancy Center
Gilda’s Club Nashville
Decisions, Choices & Options
Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee
Discover Madison
GivingMatters.com
Building Lives Foundation
Byrum-Porter Senior Center
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Frist Center for the Visual Arts
LEADING
Full Count Ministries
Gallatin Lions Club
INTO
LEGACY
T H E P E O P L E W H O S P A R K R E A L A N D S U S TA I N A B L E C H A N G E I N M I D D L E T E N N E S S E E
Gallatin Shalom Zone
100 Bluegrass Commons Boulevard, Suite 320, Hendersonville, TN 37075
www.memfoundation.org
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O R G A N I Z A T I O N S , CONTINUED
Global Education Center
Matthew 25
Nashville Public Television
Salvus Center
Goodpasture Christian School
McNeilly Center for Children
Nashville Rescue Mission
Second Harvest Food Bank
of Middle Tennessee
Gospel Music Association
Men of Valor
Nashville Shakespeare Festival
Habitat for Humanity of
Greater Nashville
Mending Hearts
Nashville Symphony Association
Metropolitan Nashville
Public Schools
Nashville Youth for Christ
Hands On Nashville
Healing Arts Project
Healing Hands International
Hearing Bridges
Hendersonville Young Life
THE MISSION OF
T H E M E M O R I A L F O U N D AT I O N
IS TO IMPROVE THE
High Hopes
Home Bound Meals Program
Homework Hotline
N O N P R O F I T O R G A N I Z AT I O N S .
Urban Housing Solutions
Skyline Auxiliary
Tennessee Environmental
Council
VSA Tennessee
Social Enterprise Alliance Nashville Chapter
Tennessee Foreign
Language Institute
Watkins College of Art,
Design & Film
Society of St. Andrew
Tennessee Holocaust
Commission
Wayne Reed Christian
Childcare Center
Tennessee Justice Center
Welcome Home Ministries
Workers’ Dignity Project
Southeastern Council
of Foundations
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s
Hospital at Vanderbilt
New Beginnings Center
Monroe Harding
The Next Door
Southern Sudanese
Youth Connection
Tennessee Justice for
Our Neighbors
Montgomery Bell Academy
Community Outreach Program
Oasis Center
Southern Word
Tennessee Medical Foundation
Special Needs
Sports Foundation
Tennessee Performing
Arts Center
Sponsors Scholarship Program
Tennessee Prison
Outreach Ministry
Young Leaders Council
Tennessee Senior Olympics
Youth Encouragement Services
Tennessee Voices for Victims
Youth Incorporated
Thistle Farms
Youth Life Learning Centers
World Relief Nashville
YMCA of Middle Tennessee
Hope Family Health Services
Muscular Dystrophy Association Nashville
One Hundred Club of
Sumner County
Music for Seniors
Operation FINALLY HOME
Music Health Alliance
Operation Stand Down Nashville
NASBA Center for the Public Trust
Our Kids
Sumner County
Health Committee
Nashville Ballet
Parents Reaching Out
Sumner County Museum
Time to Rise
Youth Villages
Nashville Chamber Public
Benefit Foundation
PENCIL Foundation
Sumner Teen Center
TNKids Nutrition
YWCA of Nashville and
Middle Tennessee
Hospital Hospitality House
Interfaith Dental Clinic
Jason Foundation
Jefferson Street United
Merchants Partnership
Nashville Chess Center
Nashville Children’s Alliance
King’s Daughters Child
Development Center
Nashville Conflict
Resolution Center
LEAD Public Schools
Nashville District
Management Corporation
Leadership Goodlettsville
Leadership Nashville
Legal Aid Society of Middle
Tennessee and the Cumberlands
Lighthouse Christian School
Madison Tigers Youth Sports
Make-A-Wish of Middle Tennessee
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Urban Green Lab
Morning Star Sanctuary
Junior Achievement
of Middle Tennessee
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Native American Indian Association
of Tennessee
Tennessee Coalition to End
Domestic and Sexual Violence
United Way of Metropolitan
Nashville - 2-1-1 Call Center
Hope Clinic for Women
Insight Counseling Centers
THROUGH SUPPORT TO
Middle Tennessee Council Boy Scouts of America
National Museum of African
American Music
Siloam Family Health Center
Tennessee Action Coalition
Tucker’s House
One Hundred Black Men of
Middle Tennessee
Hope Food Bank
QUALIT Y OF LIFE FOR PEOPLE
Mid-Cumberland Human
Resource Agency
Nashville Zoo
Sexual Assault Center
Teach for America Greater Nashville
Nashville Film Festival
Nashville Food Project
Nashville Inner City Ministry
Nashville International Center
for Empowerment
Nashville Opera Association
Martha O’Bryan Center
Nashville Public
Education Foundation
Mary Parrish Center for Victims of
Domestic and Sexual Violence
Nashville Public Radio
STARS Nashville
Sumner County CASA
Pet Community Center
You Have The Power…
Know How To Use It
Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee
Progress
THE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION GRANT GUIDELINES
Project Return
Project Transformation Tennessee
REBOOT Combat Recovery
Rejoice Ministries
Robertson County
Historical Society
Rock The Street, Wall Street
Saddle Up!
The Memorial Foundation awards grants to nonprofit organizations that provide services
to people who live in the geographic area served by Nashville Memorial Hospital.
The Foundation places special emphasis on assisting organizations that focus on health,
youth and children, senior citizens, education, human and social services, community
services and substance abuse.
All organizations requesting grants are subject to a review process that includes
interviews with staff, submission of an application, a possible site visit and approval
by The Memorial Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Those interested in obtaining more information on grant guidelines may visit
The Memorial Foundation’s website at www.memfoundation.org or write to:
Safe Haven Family Shelter
St. Luke’s Community House
Salama Urban Ministries
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The Memorial Foundation
100 Bluegrass Commons Boulevard, Suite 320
Hendersonville, TN 37075
Tel:(615) 822-9499
www.memfoundation.org
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ANNUAL REPORT 2015
THE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
O R G A N I Z AT I O N S
R E C E I V I N G M E M O R I A L F O U N D AT I O N F U N D I N G I N 2 0 1 5
4:13 Strong
CABLE Foundation
Dismas
A Soldier’s Child
CASA of Davidson County
East Nashville Hope Exchange
Achilles International Nashville Chapter
Catholic Charities of Tennessee
Easter Seals Tennessee
Center for Courageous Kids
Ed Temple Memorial
Statue Fund
ALIAS Chamber Ensemble
Alzheimer’s Association Mid South Chapter
American Cancer Society Greater Nashville Area
American Red Cross Nashville Area Chapter
Andrew Jackson Foundation
Angel Heart Farm
Arts & Business Council
of Greater Nashville
Center for Nonprofit
Management
Centerstone Military Services
Charis Health Center
Christian Community Services
Christian Cooperative Ministry
End Slavery Tennessee
Equal Chance for Education
Executive Women International Nashville Chapter
Christian Women’s Job Corps
of Middle Tennessee
Faith Family Medical Clinic
City of Hendersonville
City of Millersville
Backfield in Motion
Communities In Schools
of Tennessee
Becoming Like Christ
Eighteenth Avenue Family
Enrichment Center
Christian Leadership Concepts
Autism Foundation of
Middle Tennessee
Barefoot Republic Camp
The Edison School
Community Child Care Services
Community Resource Center
Family & Children’s Service
The Family Center
Family Foundation Fund
Fannie Battle Day Home
for Children
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Community Spirit
Fifteenth Avenue Baptist
Church Child Learning Center
Bethany Christian Services
of Middle Tennessee
CommunityNashville
FiftyForward Bordeaux
Bethlehem Centers of Nashville
Conexión Américas
FiftyForward Madison Station
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Middle Tennessee
Congressional Medal of Honor
Foundation
First Steps
Big Payback of
Middle Tennessee
The Conservancy for the
Parthenon and Centennial Park
Bledsoe’s Lick
Historical Association
Cottage Cove Urban Ministries
Belcourt Theatre
Foundation for Athletics in
Nashville Schools
Friends of Radnor Lake
Friends of Warner Parks
Box 55 Association
Council on Aging of
Greater Nashville
Boys & Girls Clubs
of Middle Tennessee
Creating An Environment
of Success
Bridge Ministry
Crossroads Campus
Brown Center for Autism
Cumberland Crisis
Pregnancy Center
Gilda’s Club Nashville
Decisions, Choices & Options
Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee
Discover Madison
GivingMatters.com
Building Lives Foundation
Byrum-Porter Senior Center
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Frist Center for the Visual Arts
LEADING
Full Count Ministries
Gallatin Lions Club
INTO
LEGACY
T H E P E O P L E W H O S P A R K R E A L A N D S U S TA I N A B L E C H A N G E I N M I D D L E T E N N E S S E E
Gallatin Shalom Zone
100 Bluegrass Commons Boulevard, Suite 320, Hendersonville, TN 37075
www.memfoundation.org
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front cover (8”W x 11.75”H)
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