First Horizon Foundation is donating $2.5 million in support of COVID-19 emergency relief efforts to nonprofit organizations throughout its footprint. The funding will be distributed to select organizations that provide meal, educational and emergency assistance relief in Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.
Nashville Sounds + Feeding America
The Nashville Sounds are working in participation with Minor League Baseball's CommUNITY First initiative. The campaign is geared to raise funds for local Feeding America food banks while also honoring local heroes risking their lives on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Feeding America is the nation's largest organization dedicated to fighting domestic hunger through a network of food banks. The local Feeding America food bank the Sounds and its fans will raise money for is Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
For every $10 donated through the campaign by a Nashville Sounds fan, the Sounds organization will donate one ticket (up to 500 maximum) to a future 2020 or 2021 game to a local hero. The ticket donations will be made to heroes supporting Middle Tennessee such as local nonprofits, hospital staff, first responders, nursing home staff, grocery store employees, and many others.
In addition to the Nashville Sounds involvement with Feeding America as well as its Safe & Sounds at Home virtual campaign that aims to keep fans entertained at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, our partners also want fans to stay safe and healthy.
Check out the great responses to COVID-19 from our corporate partners!
Nashville Sounds & Partners
Additional Partner Involvement
Vanderbilt Health is leading the front line treatment efforts while their research is also lending time, money, and efforts to developing treatment methods and vaccines.
Locally, the Nashville Sounds have partnered with Vanderbilt by providing virtual hospital visits from Texas Rangers coaches and players; as well as support videos from Sounds GM & COO Adam Nuse, and Booster.
We're all in this together. Hyundai is responding to COVID-19 to help our customers, our community and those in need, including: 0% APR financing and no payments for 4 months on select new Hyundai Vehicles to well-qualified buyers who finance through Hyundai Motor Finance through May 4, 2020 (*New 2020 Tucson and Elantra have 0% APR financing for up to 84 months); 6 months payment relief for Hyundai owners who purchased or leased a Hyundai vehicle between March 14 and April 30, 2020 if their job is lost due to COVID-19; Shop and purchase from home: Hyundai has created Click to Buy, so now you can purchase a new Hyundai from a participating dealer without leaving the comfort of your home and we'll even deliver the vehicle right to you; Hyundai Hope on Wheels supports testing with $2.2 million to aid COVID-19 On-site Testing Centers at 11 children's hospitals throughout the U.S., providing a safe and efficient way for children who present risk factors to receive the care they need.
DISCLAIMERS: 120-day deferred payment available only on new purchases of select Hyundai vehicles financed at 0% Annual Percentage Rate through Hyundai Motor Finance to well-qualified buyers. Palisade, Ioniq, Veloster and Nexo are not eligible for 0% APR offer. Down payment may be required. Subject to Hyundai Motor Finance credit approval. Not all customers will qualify. See dealer for details. Offer valid March 26 to May 4, 2020. 0% APR financing for 84 months available only on new purchases of Tucson and Elantra vehicles from dealer stock financed at 0% APR through Hyundai Motor Finance. 0% APR financing (up to 84 months) at $11.90 per $1,000 financed for well-qualified buyers. Down payment may be required. Higher finance rates apply for qualified buyers with lower credit ratings. Subject to Hyundai Motor Finance credit approval. Up to 6 months of payments available to the buyer of any new Hyundai model financed or leased at participating dealers only through Hyundai Motor Finance between March 14 and April 30, 2020. Payments up to $600 per month (and $3,600 per 6 month period) are available for loss of job caused by COVID-19 through December 31, 2020. Restrictions apply and proof of job loss required. Subject to Hyundai Motor Finance credit approval. Not all customers will qualify. See dealer for details.
Tito's is helping communities across the country in many ways, including committing $2 million in donations to organizations providing assistance to those affected by the pandemic, and creating a separate production line to make over 24 tons of hand sanitizer for healthcare agencies, first responders and non-profit partners.
Locally, Tito's is partnering with the Nashville Sounds to help support Nashville restaurants by buying meals from popular local eateries and delivering them to nearby medical professionals, first responders and others in need. Tito's also has donated to local animal non-profits such as Agape Animal Rescue, New Leash on Life, and Proverbs 1210 Animal Rescue to help cover food costs, veterinary services and other needs for those out of work.
We'll get through this COVID-19 health challenge together. And at BlueCross, we're right here for you with information, answers and ways to help you get the care you need.
While Brauer is an essential business and still available to help you, we are taking every precaution possible to keep our team members and customers safe during these complicated times. Technicians are stocked with the needed supplies to keep themselves and your essential employees safe. And while our offices are open and available to take your calls for support needs, we have our team doing as much as they can remotely to do our part with social distancing. We hope for things to get back to normal soon, but until then, we will practice recommended safety precautions and pray for everyone's safety.
Centerplate is the exclusive hospitality partner of First Horizon Park and is diligently working on instilling policies and procedures to keep its employees and the venue guests safe when games resume.
During this time, the team has turned its attention to the Nashville community by donating over $6,000 worth of food and beverage to support the Joshua Tree Movement at One Stone Church who provides meals for over 300 people a day, as well as ponchos for emergency PPE for local healthcare support.
Executive Chef Jerry Infantino has also shared recipes of gameday favorites - like the hot chicken tenders and jalapeño corn fritters - for fans to make from home. Along with its colleagues at the Music City Center, Centerplate chefs have also contributed recipes to the Visit Music City digital cookbook of the city's top dining destinations, for people to make while staying #SafeandSoundsatHome.
As an essential business we are open, and our regular operations have not been interrupted. However, in light of the current pandemic, we have made changes for the safety and health of our customers and employees. We are actively engaged in following suggested precautionary and safety measures which includes providing Personal Protective Equipment to our staff. Our long-standing relationships with suppliers have given us access to PPE at great prices, and we are now able to provide these products to our customers in addition to all of our regular services.
We're here for you! Our first priority is the health of our employees and YOU, our valued guests. We are committed to taking additional precautions to ensure your safety, as well as providing multiple channels for you to enjoy your Fazoli's Favorites and our Daily Specials with your family. Drive-Thru hours are 10:30am - 8pm Sunday - Thursday, and 10:30am - 9:00pm Friday and Saturday. We encourage you to order ahead at www.Fazolis.com or through our app, then swing through the Drive-Thru to pick up your order. We thank you for your continued support and hope to see you again soon! As always, we look forward to helping make our community a better, safer place- one breadstick at a time!
While we aren't on the front lines like our healthcare workers, here at IES we are seeing one way we can help: Creating custom signage to help businesses communicate with their clients during these unprecedented times.
We offer a wide range of custom signs, banners, and window clings for businesses of all types including retail, restaurants, churches, office buildings & non-profits.
Kroger is doing the following to help protect associates and customers: Adopted limits to the number of customers entering our stores at one time to 50% of building codes capacity Have installed plexiglass partitions at check lane, pharmacy and Starbucks locations to further limit close interpersonal contact between associates and customers during this time. Added floor decals and signage to promote safe physical distancing. Enhanced our daily sanitation practices, including increasing the frequency of cleaning commonly used areas such as cashier stations, self-checkouts, credit card terminals, food service counters and shelves.
Mars, Incorporated is making an initial cash and in-kind donation of $20M to support people, pets and communities most affected by COVID-19. In the U.S., Mars Petcare has donated over $2 million in pet food and grants to support shelters and rescue organizations across the country and keep pets in homes.
Maynard and all our services are defined as "essential" during this time, and we continue to be open and ready to serve our community in a healthy & safe manner. Both our Residential and Commercial divisions are taking several steps to continue providing service to homes and businesses throughout the Nashville area. Maynard will not send a sick technician to your home or business, and our employees will stay home if they are sick. If they have COVID-19 symptoms, they are required to stay home.
As a health and safety step for you and our employees, we are asking our technicians NOT to shake your hand when they arrive, and they are wearing masks, gloves, and booties. We also have supplied our technicians with hand sanitizers and disinfectant wipes. If someone in your home or workplace is ill, please let us know when you book the call so that our techs can avoid direct contact in the area where this person is located. Maynard appreciates the opportunity to serve your home and business.
Nelson's Green Brier Distillery contributes to newly created "A Fund for Us".
Tennessee Action for Hospitality, a statewide coalition of hospitality industry workers, has partnered with The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (CFMT) to create "A Fund for Us," which will help provide relief to hospitality workers who have lost their job or seen a decrease in hours worked due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ole Smoky Moonshine produces hand sanitizer for local police and first responders.
Premier Parking's mobile app has a new purpose! Customers can now donate to United Way of Greater Nashville's COVID-19 Relief Fund through the Premier app, zone #28200. Click here for more information and how to donate.
Customers can now get $10 parking with our Contactless Parking Bundle program. They can pay $100 for 10 prepaid mobile sessions or $150 for 15 sessions. These are only available for purchase for a very limited time, but the parking sessions will not expire until January 1. Click here for more info or to sign up.
Premier has expanded its healthcare service offerings to better support our healthcare clients, and the healthcare community as a whole.
Many have asked how to support us while we navigate COVID-19. We've started the A. Marshall Hospitality Staff Relief Fund, and 100% of the money collected will go to our wonderful team members we've had to temporarily lay off. There's a few options available to stand by the staff!
Now through April 30, 20% of all gift card sales will go to the relief fund. Our goal is to sell $500,000 by April 30 so we'll be able to give $100,000 to our staff! Buy them on Instagift, on our online store or get them to-go with curbside service. This helps keep the business going as well!
In late March, SmileDirectClub announced that it would dedicate much of its 3D printing facilities equipped with 60+ HP printers to manufacture thousands of medical-grade face shields and other PPE. To date, they have delivered over 40,000 face shields to support healthcare professionals and essential workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to seek opportunities to help.
Smile Generation-Trusted Offices are open for patients with emergency and essential dental needs. We are also now offering teledentistry and virtual screenings to better serve patients. For more information about emergency dentistry or to find a teledentistry/virtual screening appointment near you, visit our website.
Spirits partners of the Nashville Sounds contribute to help Bartenders.
Member companies participating in the donation initiative include: Agave Loco; Bacardi U.S.A., Inc.; Beam Suntory; Brown-Forman Corporation; Campari America; Constellation Brands, Inc.; Diageo; Edrington; Mast-Jägermeister US; MGP Ingredients, Inc.; MHW; Möet Hennessy, USA; Ole Smoky; Pernod Ricard USA, Inc.; and Rémy Cointreau Americas.
Trevecca wants to help ease the stress of our state's educators and help them get back to doing what they love: teaching. That's why the University will offer a free online professional development training (available May 15 to August 1) that will help teachers (and parents) learn the ins and outs of designing classes for remote instruction, using technology to enhance learning outcomes, how to use a variety of learning management systems and more.
At Twice Daily, we are considered an "essential" business and remain open to serve you and our community in a safe way. For the safety of our guests and team members, we have installed plexiglass barriers and signs encouraging social distancing in all our stores. Also, if you're a first responder or healthcare professional, please let us treat you to a complimentary small coffee or fountain drink as we honor your courageous efforts at this time. Thank you for your continued support during this difficult time.
At U.S. Pest Protection, we have always been there for you, our customers. We try to make a difference in our customers' lives and the communities that we serve. We have ALL been through a lot already in 2020. From the devastating Tennessee tornadoes on March 3rd, to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
The U.S. Pest family has been with you the whole way, and we are here for you now. Let us know how we can help. Be sure to like our social media pages
As COVID-19 and the recent tornado continue to impact our community, the YMCA of Middle Tennessee is responding with meaningful support. But we need your help to ensure we have the resources to: provide desperately needed child care to the health care workers on the front lines of this crisis; work with our food partners to distribute meals to targeted populations in need; continue to support our fellow members, outreach program participants and staff who are facing significant hardships.