The Sounds announced the donation of the book “Home Plate: Henry Kimbro" to every public middle and high school of Metro Nashville Public Schools.
The game of baseball allows the Nashville Sounds to bring the community together to make Nashville a better place. In 2004, inspired by the thought of being a part of something bigger, the Sounds established The Nashville Sounds Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Our Mission: To utilize baseball to positively impact communities throughout Middle Tennessee by emphasizing the importance of social responsibility, education, and the power of sport to transform lives.
These valuable community contributions are not possible without the support and participation of our fans, sponsors, and the great city of Nashville. The Nashville Sounds Foundation continues to form programs and create initiatives that positively impact our community and encourage others to do the same. Our hope is that you can join us in giving back to the community that has supported us for over 40 years!
Take a digital stroll through First Horizon Park on the Sounds Bytes Blog and take in Nashville's vast Negro League history, as represented by the park's many markers and signs.
In an effort to provide immediate and direct support to families that have been affected by the February tornadoes in Nashville, the Nashville Sounds have donated $100,000 to Music City Inc., the 501c(3) charitable foundation of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.
Since 2016, the Nashville Sounds Foundation has awarded $50,000 in scholarships to local rising seniors. Applications are now available for 2023 candidates!
In 2018, the Nashville Sounds Foundation (NSF) programs and events raised over $71,000.00 to positively impact non-profit organizations across Middle Tennessee. Our players and front office staff have dedicated over 2,860 hours of service to community organizations and partners since 2016. During October, the Nashville Sounds Foundation hosts Suites-N-Treats where over 1,300 children have been provided with a fun and safe space to trick-or-treat since 2015.
Help support the Nashville Sounds Foundation!
• Give online HERE.
• Mail a check to the Nashville Sounds Foundation, 19 Junior Gilliam Way, Nashville, TN 37219
• Donate with a credit card by calling 615-515-1153
POSITIVELY IMPACTING OUR COMMUNITIES
When you support the Nashville Sounds Foundation:
You support local non-profits working hard to improve Music City.
You help provide scholarships to college bound Middle Tennessee students.
You bring Nashvillians otherwise unable to attend a baseball game to First Tennessee Park
-You believe in the power of baseball to transform lives.