Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Mary Martin, Development Director for Hands On Nashville, who highlights the Middle Tennessee-based nonprofit that serves as a volunteer resource center and hub that partners with 160+ nonprofits, school and civic organizations and connects volunteers with their service opportunities. Each month, Hands On Nashville’s website offers 300-500 volunteer projects for volunteers to explore and sign up to help make a difference.
During the interview, Mary shares about the importance and power of volunteerism, how it is needed more than ever and how in January 2024, Hands On Nashville and United Way of Greater Nashville will be one organization, building on a longstanding partnership. The strengthened partnership will allow Hands On Nashville to offer stronger support to local nonprofit partners, as well as bring more volunteer services to Middle Tennessee.
Mary talks about what the partnership means for their ability to expand their reach and service area, and how they are making it easy for companies to get their teams involved, as well. She also spotlights the upcoming 38th Annual Strobel Volunteer Awards, which celebrate the most impactful volunteers over the past year.
Visit www.hon.org to learn more and get involved.