Hands On Nashville Day
September 20, 2014

Save the Date! Hands On Nashville Day 2014 will be on September 20, 2014
Check back for more details on how to get involved soon!


Hands On Nashville Day 2013 Success!

Thanks to you, Hands On Nashville Day 2013 was the the largest-ever day of service to Metro Nashville Public Schools. Whether you painted hallways, planted flowers, mulched trees, pulled weeds, or picked up trash, you truly made a difference. 

> Check out our tag board - courtesy of Wannado - here.

Here are a few numbers that help tell the story of Hands On Nashville Day 2013:


9,200+ Approximate number of volunteer hours donated to Metro Nashville Public Schools on Hands On Nashville Day 2013.
 
2,300+ Approximate number of volunteers
 
$203,688 Projected economic impact of HON Day volunteerism, according to Independent Sector Research

63 The number of Metro schools participating in HON Day 2013.
 
About Hands On Nashville Day
For 20 years, community volunteers have come together on one day each fall to complete hundreds of “done-in-a-day” school improvement projects. This year marks the 22nd Hands On Nashville Day event! Volunteers demonstrate their commitment to the city and its schools as they work on landscaping and painting projects throughout Davidson County. More than 2,000 volunteers served in 55 different schools during HON Day 2012, making it the largest turnout in the event's history.

Watch the action from last year's record-setting HON Day!

 

Thanks to our generous 2013 Sponsors: