Agape Animal Rescue Partners with The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee to Save Lives in 2015!

We are honored to announce that Agape Animal Rescue has received a $5040.00 grant from the Patricia & Edward J. McGavock Humane Treatment of Animals Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. These funds will be used to spay and neuter the dogs who come through our program in 2015!  Pam Carroll, Treasurer, is pictured accepting this donation from Mrs. Jerry Williams, Board Chair of The Community Foundation.

The Community Foundation awarded more than $1.65 million in grants to 265 nonprofit organizations as part of The Foundation’s 2014 annual discretionary grantmaking.

Agape’s Executive Director says, “We are humbled by the continued support of The Community Foundation and can’t not wait to put these funds to good use. Through this partnership we will save more lives in 2015!”

The Community Foundation awards discretionary grants annually from its unrestricted and field-of-interest funds, through an open application process, to Middle Tennessee nonprofit organizations addressing community needs and benefiting the well-being of citizens through valuable programs and innovative services. The Foundation connects generosity with need in order to build a stronger community for the future. To learn more, please visit