Hands On Nashville Day 2015 Success!
On Sept. 19, an estimated 1,600 volunteers gathered at 31 Metro Nashville Public Schools throughout Davidson County to enhance the learning environments for Nashville students! From building school gardens to creating vibrant health and wellness-themed murals, volunteers made a tremendous difference! Thank you for creating spaces encouraging students to be happy, healthy, and ready to learn.> View photos from Hands On Nashville 2015.
> Check out our tag board to see how volunteers came together on #HONDay2015.
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Sincere thanks to all of the teams, individuals, community groups, teachers, businesses and volunteers who donated time and treasure to make this day possible. It truly would not be possible with your support.
About Hands On Nashville Day 2015
Now in its 24th year, Hands On Nashville Day (HON Day), presented by The Grainger Foundation, is the community’s largest annual day of service benefiting Metro Nashville Public Schools. Each September, HON mobilizes thousands of volunteers to complete ‘done-in-a-day’ improvement projects to enhance learning environments and create spaces where students can be happy, healthy and ready to learn!
In 2015, Hands On Nashville introduced three new projects that reflect its day-to-day programming in urban agriculture, energy savings and public education.