Post Tagged with: "Flood Relief"

StubHub Giving Up Proceeds from Flood Benefit Shows

by / on November 16, 2010

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee will get a big check from country music icon Garth Brooks after his nine shows next month to benefit flood victims. The charity will also get a check from eBay’s ticket reselling site StubHub, which announced Tuesday it is donating its profits too.

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Garth Brooks to Play Benefit Concert for Flood Recovery

by / on October 28, 2010

Garth Brooks announced today he’ll play a benefit concert at Bridgestone Arena to raise funds for Middle Tennessee flood recovery. Brooks is the top-selling American solo artist of all time, and the concert could raise roughly half a million dollars for the nonprofit Community Foundation.

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Property Tax Relief Deadline This Week

by / on August 30, 2010

About 1800 property owners in Nashville have applied for tax reductions due to flood damage. Tuesday is the last day to ask for the tax break.

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Churches Minister to Their Ministers After the Flood

by / on June 30, 2010

Area denominations are offering extra help and resources for their clergy following Tennessee’s recent floods. The job of comforting and counseling congregants can be especially difficult after a disaster.

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FEMA Calls Business Partners Critical to Registration Efforts

by / on June 16, 2010

Hundreds of local businesses are helping spread the word about government help for flood victims. Officials say that partnership has been critical in the recovery effort.

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Volunteer to Help Flood Victims

by / on May 3, 2010

All volunteers wanting to help flood victims in Nashville need to register throughHands on Nashville.

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