Hutton Hotel and its team members commit themselves to doing good for our Nashville community every day. Our non-profit community partners include:
Dollars for Dreams
Dollars for Dreams and Hungry to Help are Sage’s giving programs. Dollars for Dreams designates a different charitable recipient in each quarter, and each of their hotels nationwide works in different ways to assist that charity with their mission. Hungry to Help supports Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry program.
Giving back is in our DNA, so when we’re considering new team members, we want individuals who aren’t just up for serving their community—we want ones who already are.
Learn more about this great program at www.sagehospitality.com/about-sage/who-we-do-it-for/
Bonaparte’s Retreat Dog Rescue & Crossroads Campus
Bonaparte's Retreat Dog Rescue is dedicated to providing nurturing care for adoptable dogs when their allotted time at the shelter has elapsed. Their mission is to prevent these wonderful animals from being euthanized and to adopt them into permanent, loving homes.
Crossroads Pets opened in 2013 in Nashville’s historic Germantown neighborhood. They operate a retail pet store and grooming service with adoptable dogs and cats. Crossroads Pets operates as a social enterprise, providing job training, employment, case management, and humane education for the young adults referred to them through partner agencies in Nashville.
Creatives' Day is a nonprofit support organization for Creatives in Tennessee. They provide community and economic support to artists, poets, storytellers, makers, and musicians living and working in Nashville, TN and surrounding counties.
Learn more about this great program at www.creativesday.org
SongwritingWith:Soldiers uses songwriting as a catalyst for positive change. They offer our participants a unique way to tell their stories, rebuild trust, release pain, and forge new bonds. In SW:S retreat and workshop settings, service members are paired with professional songwriters to craft songs about their experiences, often about combat and the return home. Through their songs, participants rediscover their creativity and reconnect with family, friends, and communities. The songs are recorded and shared through CDs, concerts, and social media in order to bridge the divide between military and civilian communities, and build awareness of the challenges faced by returning service members.
SongwritingWith:Soldiers includes additional “Creative Composition” workshops to inspire creative pursuits in areas such as film, food, meditation, journaling, and more. They foster continued connections among participants by offering creativity coaching online after events to keep the fires burning, and train SW:S alumni as peer support for future events.
Learn more about this great program at www.songwritingwithsoldiers.org
The Porch fosters the artistic and professional development of writers and promotes a vibrant and diverse literary culture in Nashville through educational, inspirational, and community-building opportunities and events for adults and youth.
Learn more about this great program at www.porchtn.org