Hands On Nashville Day 2014 Success!

Thanks to you, Hands On Nashville Day 2014 was an amazing day of service to Metro Nashville Public Schools. Whether you painted hallways, planted flowers,
mulched trees, pulled weeds, or picked up around a school, you truly made a difference.
 

Here are a few numbers that help tell the story of Hands On Nashville Day 2014:


8,400+ Approximate number of volunteer hours donated to Metro Nashville Public Schools.
 
2,100+ Approximate number of volunteers.
 
$189,000+ Projected economic impact of Hands On Nashville Day volunteerism, according to Independent Sector research.

52 The number of Metro schools participating in HON Day 2014.

1 awesome day uplifting Metro Nashville Public Schools.

Thank you to all the volunteers who made this possible!

 

Volunteers helped beautify these 52 MNPS schools on September 20. 

 


About Hands On Nashville Day 2014
Hands On Nashville Day began in 1991, the year that Hands On Nashville was founded by a group of friends who were looking for ways to get involved in the Nashville community and make it easy for others to do the same. That first year, a small but inspired group spent one Saturday volunteering together to make our city a better place.

Twenty-three years later, Hands On Nashville Day has grown to engage hundreds of volunteers working to help make dozens of Metro Nashville Public Schools brighter places for our children to learn and play. While the event has expanded, the spirit is still the same: people coming together to work toward a common goal and have fun while doing it. Please join us next year!

Special Thanks to our Hands On Nashville Day 2014 Sponsors:

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