Between May 1-7, Hands On Nashville will highlight ways to stay connected and serve your neighbors even as our community honors social distancing guidelines. Check back here and on our social media channels to join in our #ShowOfHandsWeek: Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
During the first week of March, 26,000 volunteers raised their hands in a massive show of support for their neighbors. Our city began its recovery: one brick, one meal, one neighborhood at a time.
One thing we know: We would do it all again in a heartbeat.
But we know something else, too. The needs in our community didn’t begin with the tornado, or a flood, or any other disaster. And they won’t go away when disaster recovery efforts end.
And neither will we.
Today, during The #BigPayback, we ask you invest in Hands On Nashville and our vision for a city made #StrongerThroughService.
One brick, one meal, one volunteer at a time.
For 29 years, it’s been Hands On Nashville’s great honor to partner with countless individuals and agencies in the movement to make our city a better place to live and work. Thank you for joining us.
TODAY’S ACTIVITIES (MAY 7): Support volunteerism and Hands On Nashville during The Big Payback
For a week, we’ve been sharing creative and fun ways to stay connected to your neighbors through kindness and service. Today we’re asking for your help so that we can ensure a bright future for volunteerism in Middle Tennessee.
While #ShowOfHandsWeek is officially coming to a close, you can revisit these activities and opportunities for inspiration any time!
FRIDAY, MAY 1: Raise your hand and tell us why you choose to be a helper
SATURDAY, MAY 2: Sign up to serve as a volunteer in May
SUNDAY, MAY 3: Bring color and hope to a neighbor with flowers
MONDAY, MAY 4: Join the local mask-making effort
TUESDAY, MAY 5: Give thanks for those on the front lines
WEDNESDAY, MAY 6: Find a virtual volunteer opportunity
THURSDAY, MAY 7: Support volunteerism and Hands On Nashville via The Big Payback