All businesses and individuals holding a Community Event at which they deem Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee as their beneficiary must sign an agreement that clarifies the campaign, goal, and action items.
The group conducting the event will handle all planning, logistics, and expenses associated with the Community Event and will then gift Second Harvest at least the minimum donation amount agreed upon by both parties.
To support your efforts while balancing our own limited staff resources, Second Harvest can provide varying levels of assistance based on the amount of the minimum donation:
Because of the volume of these requests, we are unable to participate in every proposed partnership. Second Harvest utilizes this fundraising strategy to ethically and effectively generate resources to further our mission of feeding hungry people and working to solve hunger issues in our community. We retain the right to refuse any proposed partnership.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee respects the privacy of its donors. We don’t share our mailing list or send mail to constituents on behalf of third parties.
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