Ways to Give

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The Branch believes that everyone has the right to flourish where they live. That's why we work hard to give people some of the tools they need - nutritious food, English language classes - to help families become financially and physically healthy. But we can't do this important work without your help. 

 

Donate now to help a family in need. There are many ways to give such as becoming a monthly donor, making a stock donation, or hosting a food drive. Help us change the lives of our Nashville neighbors.

Click any icon below to make your donation

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Your monthly gifts sustain The Branch and allow us to freely serve our community. You will receive monthly updates and a Branch sticker that shows your dedicated support.

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Many employers offer a matching program to make your gift go twice as far. Click to see if your employer will match your donation.

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Your Amazon purchases can make a difference to those in  your community. The Branch will receive a percentage of your purchases made through Amazon Smile.

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Your one time gifts help us feed families in need and educate those who must learn to speak and write English.

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Our newest way to give to The Branch is to donate stocks. You can benefit from the tax savings and support the Southeast Nashville community with one donation.

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As a community partner, Kroger makes it easy to support local agencies who help those in need, right in your neighborhood.

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Round up the cost of your purchases at Walmart and give your change to

The Branch by designating

us as the beneficiary

of your donation.

The Branch of Nashville is a U.S. tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, EIN 46-3153789. In accordance with IRS guidelines, the amount of contributions that is tax deductible is limited to the excess contributed over the fair market value of goods or services provided.