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Outreach Base Nashville is a non-profit based in Madison, TN. We exist to see the greater Nashville area live healthier lives, and have every tool necessary to achieve upward socio-economic mobility.

Wednesday Food Run:

Each week on Wednesdays, our team rents a 26-foot Penske truck and takes it to the Bridge Ministry warehouse, where anywhere from 8-15 pallets of fresh produce, non-perishable snacks, breads, or sweets are loaded up. The truck and volunteers then head out to between 5 and 8 different partners and Section 8 federally funded low-income housing locations in the greater Nashville area. At each location, a portion of the food is unloaded and distributed to the residents. Our volunteers make a point to have conversation with residents, getting to know them and any other needs they might have. We strive to provide not only food, but encouragement and consistent relationships as well! The “run” starts at 10:00am and goes till approximately 1:00pm (or until all food is distributed).
Interested in joining?
Email us for more details: outreachbasenashville@gmail.com

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Community Construction Projects:


Each month, we partner with local painting company Nashville Interiors & Exteriors to do one small construction project for someone in need a month.
Do you know someone with a specific housing need?
Email us: outreachbasenashville@gmail.com

Nashville Tornado Relief:


Early Tuesday morning many areas around Middle Tennessee were hit with tornados leading to 26 deaths, including 5 children, 300 injured and seventy thousand have lost power. Our team has heard stories of the homeless community being impacted in big ways from this storm – some even picked up and thrown in their tents. Many residences and business were destroyed and we have seen the city of Nashville explode with empathy, humanity, and love. We want to help the community and we want to create opportunity for you to help!
We are in awe by the reaction in our community! We have had many financial and physical donations to support those affected. Tractor Supplies Hendersonville donated $175 of supplies. Cyclebar Hendersonville raised $750 and collected supplies. Kabutos in Goodlettsville collected donations. Gold’s Gym Hendersonville collected supplies as well. Many individuals and families have shown up in a practical way to love their neighbors in this season! We are working with our partner non profits to help as many as we can. Thank you for helping those in need!