We are proud of our commitment to the Gallatin community. It is part of who we are, and we take our involvement seriously. We believe we have a responsibility to help keep Gallatin a great place to live and raise families. Following is a list of organizations that we are involved with or have been involved with in the past on various levels, including support through donations and contributions of time, money and talent:
Ashley’s Place is a nonprofit organization that provides services to children and families experiencing sexual or physical abuse.
Children Are People works with at-risk youth in an after-school program providing resources such as standardized test preparation, tutoring, mentorship and cultural event exposure.
Compass partners public schools with local businesses in Sumner County to meet specific needs of each school, including needed materials and funding.
The Gallatin Chamber of Commerce supports and advocates for local businesses and their needs.
The Gallatin Community Enrichment Committee promotes cultural events and recreational activities to improve the quality of life in Gallatin, such as road races, movies at the farmers’ market and a free concert series in the historic downtown square.
The Gallatin Green Wave Quarterback Club supports student-athletes and athletic teams at Gallatin High School.
The Gallatin Lions Club provides eye screenings for young children as well as eyeglasses for children and adults unable to afford them. The club sponsors the Tennessee School for the Blind, Leader Dogs for the Blind and the White Cane Fund.
Greater Gallatin, Inc., is a nonprofit organization that focuses on organization, promotion, design and economic development in historic downtown Gallatin.
The Junior Service League of Gallatin explores the needs of the Gallatin community and establishes projects with trained volunteers to meet those needs. It focuses primarily on helping women and children in need.
Leadership Sumner is a personal development program committed to the growth and quality of leadership in Sumner County.
The University of Tennessee–Knoxville Alumni Board of Directors, Nashville Region Chapter raises money to fund an endowment for two college scholarships per year.