Impact Luncheon on Collective Impact A Collective Success!

It was standing room only on 8/28/19 at the YLC Impact Luncheon presented by PNC Bank focusing on collective impact with Samantha Wigand with Center for Nonprofit Management moderating a panel discussion with Corinne Bergeron (YLC/Jackson National Class 2014) with Frist Foundation, and Rebecca Carter with United Way of Metropolitan Nashville. More than 70 YLC alumni, fall class participants and […]

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Heritage Ball Late Party Hosted by Heritage Foundation’s Next Gen on October 5

The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County preserves the communities and cultural heritage of Williamson County by working with area leaders to continually care for historic spaces, treasured landmarks, and cherished local businesses. The 46th annual Heritage Ball, the longest running black-tie affair in Williamson County, has added a Late Party for young professionals between the […]

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Celebrate National Dog Day at The BE-Hive End of Summer Cookout on Aug. 31 Benefiting Nashville Humane Association

Did you know that August 26 is #NationalDogDay? Why not celebrate our furry friends the WHOLE week with The BE-Hive End of Summer Cookout this Saturday, benefiting our friends at Nashville Humane Association? Not only will there be be food and drinks from The BE-Hive, Succulent Vegan Tacos, Radical Rabbit, Five Points Pizza, Rose Gold Bakery, Absolut Juice […]

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YLC Former Board Chair James Crumlin Making News for His Capitol Steps Workout

It’s always a treat when we find out one of our YLC alumni has been featured on television. Here’s an inspiring story that aired on June 21 on NewsChannel 5 about James Crumlin (Class 41), an attorney at Bone McAllester Norton PLLC who has been leading the “Capitol Steps Workout” on Monday and Thursday evenings […]

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Nominations Being Accepted for Nashville Business Journal’s 2020 40 Under 40 Awards

What do Krystal Bonner (Class 65), Amy Willoughby Bryant JD (Class 71), Lindsay Bryant (Class 69), Tyler Graham, MBA (YLC/Massey Graduate School Alumni Class 2017), Parker Prevost (Class 69) and Mary Lauren Teague (Class 61) have in common? They’re all YLC alumni who were 2019 winners of Nashville Business Journal‘s 40 Under 40 awards! How […]

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Golf “Fore” A Great Cause on August 26 for Gigi’s Playhouse

What are you doing this Monday? Grab three of your friends or business associates and enjoy 18 holes of golf, lunch, games, fun and prizes at The Governors Golf Club in Brentwood and turn belief into achievement one swing at a time for one of YLC’s nonprofit partners! Nissan of Cool Springs presents GiGi’s Playhouse […]

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Hustle for the House 5k and 1-Mile Fun Run Supports Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville

 Thanks to Dan Kuninsky (Class 61), member of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville (RMHC) board for seven years and its president in 2017, for sharing this great event. Join RMHC of Nashville on Saturday, Sept. 14 for the most fun, family & dog-friendly event of the year! The Hustle for the House 5k […]

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Deadline to Register for YLC’s Collective Impact Luncheon is August 22 at 11:30 p.m.

Thanks to our friends at YP Nashville for sharing the upcoming YLC Impact Luncheon presented by PNC Bank. The deadline to register for this event is tonight (August 22 by 11:30 p.m.) so it’s not too late to make your reservation! Whether you work for a nonprofit, serve on the board of a nonprofit, or […]

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Photos from Diane Hayes’ Farewell Reception Published in 8-22-19 Issue of Green Hills News/Nashville Today

GCA Publishing (aka Green Hills News, Nashville Today, et al.) published photos from Diane L Hayes’ farewell reception in the August 22 issue, now on newsstands at area libraries and retailers or online on page 16.

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Youth Encouragement Services Looking for After-School Mentors

Youth Encouragement Services (Y.E.S.) enriches the lives of Nashville’s inner-city youth by providing them with a safe place to go where they can engage in social, educational, recreational and spiritual development. Each day, nearly 150 youth (Grades K-12) attend the Y.E.S. after-school programs, which maximize the out-of-school learning that is crucial to bridge the learning […]

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