Tennessee has had several nicknames, but the one we like best is “The Volunteer State.” Tennesseans have big hearts and a volunteer spirit. According to 2013 data, one in three individuals over 16 has volunteered for at least one nonprofit organization in the Nashville metropolitan area alone. Tennessee has thousands of nonprofits working tirelessly to alleviate hunger and poverty, helping to make life better for the 18% of individuals in Tennessee who live below the poverty level, and the one in four kids who faces hunger every day.TechBridge arrived in Nashville in 2016. As TechBridge CEO James Franklin told the Nashville Post last year, “The commitment of the corporations and the community to alleviate the causes of poverty seems to be at an all-time high and we feel that we can assist them in their quest.” We are committed to helping Tennessee nonprofits serve more people and do more good through technology.
Events and Grants
9th Annual NTC Awards
January 25, 2018
NTC is a catalyst for the growth and influence of Middle Tennessee’s technology industry. The NTC Awards event is dedicated to connecting, uniting, developing and promoting Middle Tennessee’s rich community of developers and technology entrepreneurs, enthusiasts and institutions with awards in 14 categories. TechBridge is excited to partner with NTC and will be kicking off our Tennessee Dream Big Technology Grant during the Awards ceremony.