In celebration of its 25th anniversary, Hands On Nashville is proud to share a collection of photos, videos and reflections that represent the incredible impact volunteers have made over the last 25 years. Click here to view the stories.
Join us Fridays from 9-11 a.m. as we care for the Hands On Nashville Urban Farm, a 5-acre teaching and learning hub for voluntees, students and community partners. This a great opportunity to grow your gardening skills and learn about local food systems.
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Lori Shinton Named President and CEO of Hands On Nashville
Lori Shinton, experienced government and nonprofit sector leader, has been named President and CEO of Hands On Nashville by the organization’s board of directors. “Hands On Nashville was built on the foundation that each one of us can make a difference,” said Shinton. “Volunteers, over the last 25 years, have provided real solutions to complex issues facing our community, and I am honored to serve as President and CEO as we begin our next 25 years.”
Please join us in congratulating Lori!
Read the announcement here.