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Giving Back

Goodall Homes Community OutreachGoodall Homes is committed to supporting the communities of Greater Nashville and Knoxville. We work hard and contribute our time and resources to empower communities and help those who are sometimes unable to do so themselves. Our entire team feels it is part of our responsibility to give back and make a difference in the communities that we love.

Take a look at our recent community outreach involvement:

Operation Finally Home

Operation Finally Home is a national, non-profit organization that works with experienced homebuilders to build mortgage-free, custom homes for wounded and ill veterans and their families. From its beginning in 2005, Operation Finally Home has completed more than 230 homes for America’s heroes and the widows of the fallen. In 2015, with the support of the community and our partners, Goodall Homes was honored to provide retired veteran Joe James, U.S. Army Sgt First Class, and his family with a mortgage-free, brand new, custom Goodall home. Joe lost both his legs while serving in the Middle East. Nothing can truly make up for the sacrifice that our country’s soldiers make every day to protect our nation and our freedoms. Our role in Operation Finally Home is just one way we can demonstrate our respect and appreciation.

 

Volunteering at the food bank

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee works tirelessly to put an end to the hunger issues in the community. Just last year, Second Harvest Food Bank distributed more than 26 million meals to hungry children, seniors, and families throughout Middle Tennessee. Goodall Homes was proud to have sponsored the Summer Feeding Program—Hunger-Free Summer— for many years and to continue providing meals to children after the school year has ended.

 

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is a global, non-profit housing organization that provides a home for people and families in need of decent and affordable housing. Goodall Homes gladly volunteers our skills and resources to Habitat for Humanity, and actively supports their vision of building “strength, stability, and self-reliance” in the 1,400 communities across the nation.


 

Bro Gill Work Day

2017 Contributions:

Goodall Homes is proud to give back to the communities where we live and work. Take a look at just a few of the organizations that we have volunteered our time and provided charitable donations to:

  • American Cancer Society
  • Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee
  • Relay for Life
  • Westmoreland High School band
  • Integrity Foundation
  • United Way of Sumner County
  • Sumner County Anti-Drug Coalition
  • Nolensville Historical Society
  • Spring Hill/Thompson’s Station Rotary
  • Gallatin Chamber of Commerce
  • My Friend’s House
  • Cumberland Crisis Pregnancy Center
  • Hardin Valley Academy
  • Maryville High School
  • 8U Nolensville Redbird’s baseball team
  • Lebanon All Sports Booster Club
  • 8U Station Camp Bison baseball team
  • Ladd Park swim team
  • WBT Family Fun Day
  • Cross hit 12U baseball team
  • HYPE 14U Fast Pitch
  • Station Camp QB booster club
  • Full Count Ministries annual golf tournament
  • Children are People Fallfest
  • Goodlettsville 6U softball
  • Middle Tennessee Cross Fire baseball
  • Sumner Association of Realtors 5K for Habitat Fall Build
  • White House High School Lady Devil Dugout Club
  • Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee Golf tournament
  • Station Camp golf tournament