Relief Funding for Nashville After Tornadoes Hit Communities

The DRI Foundation has provided a donation to the Community Resource Center of Nashville to assist in its tornado relief efforts.  

The Community Resource Center is working with the City of Nashville and surrounding counties impacted by the March 2020 tornadoes to receive, sort and distribute goods to the impacted communities.

CRC  is the supply line to the front lines of poverty.  CRC serves more than 100 nonprofit agencies, providing them with new household goods, bedding, kitchenware, cleaning supplies, clothing and personal hygiene items for their clients in need.  Its agencies represent a diverse client base including at-risk children, disadvantaged seniors, victims of domestic violence, refugees resettling in Middle Tennessee, the homeless, those battling addiction, those with mental and physical challenges and other people in desperate need.  Founded in 1985, CRC operates a 5,000 square-foot warehouse from which it distributes all of these items.

The DRI Foundation is proud to support such non-profit organizations in communities impacted by disasters and to provide crucial assistance.