About the Community Partnership Fund
The Community Partnership Fund (CPF) is a competitive grant program for non-profits serving residents of Nashville-Davidson County. CPF is a vehicle for delivering services to the community not provided by Metro Nashville Government, as well as services that enhance existing Metro programs.
Purpose and Scope for 2020
This year, Metro has allocated a portion of the Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) from the US Treasury as part of the CARES Act to provide relief to Davidson County residents impacted by the Coronavirus public health emergency.
The population served with these funds need to be individuals or small businesses suffering from the impact of the coronavirus public health crisis.
All expenditures must be incurred during the period that begins March 1, 2020 and ends on December 30, 2020. Documentation will be required to support that the criteria were met or the funds will need to be returned to Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County.
All requirements for eligibility and criteria for funding can be found at the links below.
Community Health Grant Request for Application documents
Community Health Spending Plan Budget Forms
For inquiries and to submit the application, please e-mail Dr. Celia Larson - firstname.lastname@example.org.