Hands On Nashville Day | Nashville Events

    Time to put our nickname as the “volunteer state” on display! Nashville’s annual Hands On Nashville Day is just around the corner.

    Hands On Nashville  Day is the city’s biggest day of volunteerism as it supports Metro Nashville Public Schools. This year’s event is on track to be the largest yet in its 22-year history, with 60-plus schools participating and 2,000 volunteer opportunities waiting for eager participants to fill.

    Are you interested in joining the ranks and volunteering alongside your fellow Nashvillians during the 2013 Hands On Nashville Day? Register here!

    Not exactly sure what Hands On Nashville Day is? For 20 years, community volunteers have come together on one day each fall to complete hundreds of “done-in-a-day” school improvement projects. This year marks the 22nd Hands On Nashville Day event! Volunteers demonstrate their commitment to the city and its schools as they work on landscaping and painting projects throughout Davidson County. More than 2,000 volunteers served in 55 different schools during HON Day 2012, making it the largest turnout in the event’s history.

    HON Day is also Hands On Nashville’s largest annual fundraiser. So, if you aren’t able to participate in this year’s event, maybe consider a donation to show your support. Donate at least $25 and you’ll receive a limited-edition Hatch Show Print t-shirt.

    2013 Hands On Nashville Day is Saturday, September 21st from 8 a.m. to noon. To celebrate the day’s success, join all planners and volunteers afterwards from noon to 2 p.m. for the ‘CMT One Country Celebration’ at The Listening Room Cafe and enjoy complimentary lunch, door prizes, music, and–of course–FUN!

    For more information regarding Hands On Nashville Day, visit the website here.

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