Here at the Nashville Spice Company we know we are blessed in so many ways. One of the reasons for establishing our shop was to give back to the community we call home. We are passionate about education, literacy, animals and history. We partner with many local organizations throughout the year by donating to causes we believe in and that we feel lift our community up.
Following are organizations we routinely partner with and are very passionate about. If you are looking for an organization to help, we recommend you take a look at these.
The Brown County Humane Society is a private, volunteer-supported nonprofit organization dedicated to serving Brown County’s dogs and cats. They have an amazing Save Rate of over 95%, compared to the national average of 60%. They also offer a spay/neuter assistance program that has helped to decrease the number of unwanted pets in our community by 57% in five years. We are one of the many sponsors for the annual Chocolate Walk fundraiser, donated new collection boxes that you see around town with Mark's original art work, and in others ways throughout the year.
The Literacy Coalition’s Vision is to identify and address the literacy needs of children, individuals, and families in Brown County. They tirelessly collaborate with community partners to tutor children, distribute books, and provide a bridge to reading ﬂuency and comprehension. They also locally administer Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library (DPIL) free-books-to-kids program for Brown County Kids.
The purpose of Tri Kappa is to bring women into close, unselfish relationship for the promotion of charity, culture, and education throughout the state of Indiana. We work with Tri Kappa to donate proceeds of our gross sales during Brown County’s Spring Blossom Weekend to support their efforts in awarding scholarships to students in our community.
The mission of the Brown County Historical Society is to collect, preserve and present the history of Brown County, Indiana. They maintain the Pioneer Museum in downtown Nashville, The Bailey/Reeve Archives and present a monthly program on local history.