It’s official! Hands On Nashville Day 2014 is set for Saturday, September 20. Mark your calendar to join hundreds of fellow Nashvillians in completing “done-in-a-day” improvement projects benefiting Metro Nashville Public Schools throughout the city.

Event registration opens: Thursday, Aug. 28
Hands On Nashville Day: Saturday, Sept. 20, 8 a.m. to Noon
CMT One Country Celebration: Saturday, Sept. 20, Noon to 2 p.m. at Hands On Nashville (located at the Trolley Barns)
More than 79,000 children are enrolled in our public schools, and the places where they learn and play need your help. Rally your friends and coworkers now so you’ll be ready to sign up your group when registration opens on Thursday, Aug. 28.

What you can do now to get ready for Hands On Nashville Day 2014:

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Mark your calendar for Thursday, Aug. 28, when online registration for Hands On Nashville Day opens! If you’d like to be reminded via email, please sign up for our Hands On Call eNewsletter. If you are new to this event, read our FAQs page About Hands On Nashville Day.

Limited edition event t-shirt for every $25 donation!

This event is Hands On Nashville’s biggest fundraiser of the year. When you register to participate, you will be asked to make a $25 donation to support our work to connect volunteers to critical community needs, and receive a special thank-you gift: a limited edition event t-shirt. The t-shirt design will officially be revealed on Aug. 28. 

About Hands On Nashville Day

Hands On Nashville Day is the community’s largest day of service to Metro Nashville Public Schools. For this event, HON places hundreds of community volunteers at 50-plus public school sites to complete painting and landscaping projects. Through your service, healthier and safer environments are created for children and families. 

Each fall, Hands On Nashville Day saves Metro Schools time and money, while providing community members an opportunity to directly support public education through volunteerism. Hands On Nashville Day 2013 connected a record 2,300 volunteers to 63 school sites. 


Special Thanks to our Hands On Nashville Day 2014 Sponsors Sponsor Grid