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Safer at Home Order – To further combat the spread of COVID-19, The Metro Public Health Department has issued a Safer at Home Order – directing all residents of Davidson County to stay inside their homes, and immediately limit all movement outside of their homes beyond what is absolutely necessary to take care of essential needs. For more information, please visit

Governor Bill Lee signs Executive Order issued safer at home guidelines that are in effect until April 14, 2020. This is not a mandated shelter in place order, but instead urges Tennesseans who are in non-essential roles to remain at home. The order restricts businesses that cannot safely operate during COVID-19 including businesses like barber shops, salons, recreational and entertainment outfits. 

Updates to Metro Nashville’s operations regarding their operations, as well as updated restrictions for local businesses.

Donate what you don’t use to those who need it most!
Prior to the COVID-19 crisis, Nashville and the surrounding areas experienced devastation and loss as an EF3 tornado swept the streets, destroying homes and depriving families of essentials. Below you will see donation centers that are still operating! You can still make a difference.

Donation Centers
*All goods can be donated outside to avoid COVID exposure.


Goodwill Industries Donation and Community Service
3200 Gallatin Pike, Nashville
(800) 545-9231
Goodwill Industries Donation and Community Service
15103 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville
(615) 332-0917

Mending Hearts Wishlist
It is the mission of Mending Hearts to provide shelter, hope and healing to women who are homeless due to addiction, co-occurring disorders, mental or emotional disorders.

Wheels for Wishes Car Donation Center
(855) 493-9474


Goodwill Industries Donation and Community Service
2150 Lowes Dr, Clarksville
(800) 545-9231
Goodwill Industries Donation and Community Service
2001 Needmore Rd, Clarksville
(931) 241-4599

FUEL for KIDS: Nutrition for Learning
The Mission of Project F.U.E.L. is to relieve hunger in school-aged children, to enhance spiritual, physical and emotional health, and to relieve anxiety, and improve attention and self-esteem, leading to increased academic performance and ultimately higher graduation rates.