We are devastated by the extensive tornado damage in our beloved city of Nashville. Hundreds of homes and businesses were destroyed. So many are without homes or jobs, and lives were lost. Many places that were mainstays of our community are gone- favorite restaurants, bars, coffee shops, music venues, school, churches and landmarks. We want to give back to help our neighbors and community re-build! From 3/6-3/23 we will be donating 10% off all sales to charities and GoFundMe's selected by our core teams to help support our community and those devastated by the tornado. Here are some of the charities we are supporting.
Drew Barbier-CO-Owner,-is donating to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
" The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee provides grants to local communities and non-profits. Their goal is to use the money to support the organizations that will provide for ongoing needs to those affected in our region. I like that their mission is to use the funds to support a variety of non-profits doing the critical work of rebuilding both our buildings and people."
Stephen Cox-CEO-is donating to the High Garden Tea Relief Fund
"High Garden has been an oasis for me when I needed a space to decompress and reset. When my sister visits Nashville, it is our favorite place to go and catch up and just spend time together. They don’t allow use of computers – which means everyone is there to connect personally with others and just focus on each other or to spend time in a relaxing environment reading or studying. They also have a great selection of tea and the most amazing staff! I was devastated to learn my oasis was demolished in the storm and I’m so happy to have a chance to support them in their time of need with the help of our wonderful customers and staff."
Alyse Manley-Marketing Coordinator, Community Manager, CSR-is donating to the Tornado Relief Fund for Service Industry Workers
"The Nashville USBG organized this GoFundMe to help all the service industry workers who have lost their jobs, homes, health, and liveliness after this disaster. Most of my friends here work in the service industry and have been left jobless, some homeless, in financial hardship and uncertainty. Some have lost coworkers or friends. I would do anything for my friends, but in this case, everything I have to give just isn't enough. I'm grateful that organizations like this are here to help lift up these hard-working people who serve our community."
"I chose this organization because I live in the north Nashville area and have seen the devastation that the tornado left firsthand. We are still without electricity and will be for the foreseeable future. Many have lost their homes. The residents here have fewer resources than those in the city around them and need all the help they can get."
If you don't need any vinyl but want to help out, check out this site for a list of donation or volunteering opportunities. ❤