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OutCentral connects, educates, empowers, and provides a positive, energy-filled space for greater Nashville's diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
Dear #BigPayback Participants- First and foremost, thank you for being part of this important day to promote giving. As you may know, there have been continuing technical difficulties with the donation form on The Big Payback site. You are not alone. It is not that you or your nonprofit have made any mistakes or that your donors haven't been giving. The Big Payback site is powered by a company named Kimbia, and they are serving multiple communities in this way today. The great news is that we live in a very generous community, in a singularly generous country. The bad news is that this throng of giving overloaded the system nationwide. We have been in frequent contact with Kimbia about their status of restoring all giving functionality. Kimbia has its developers focused on getting the website in full working order, and we hope for a more detailed update shortly. In the interim, The Community Foundation Team has already been discussing what our plan will be for extending the day or changing course so that we can make up for lost time -- so that the many donors who are anxiously waiting to make gifts to your organization may do so sooner rather than later. We could not possibly be more sorry for the frustration this has caused. Please share this information with your donor base and extend our deepest apology to them from The Community Foundation and its Big Payback Team. Sincerely, The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
WZTV FOX 17 News, Nashville
BATHROOM DEBATE: He looks like a man, lives like a man & considers himself a man- yet millions say Dakota Stratton, who was born a woman, should use the ladies restroom. This Smyrna man speaks out about the bathroom debate to WZTV FOX 17 News, Nashville: http://bit.ly/1Y4hUxY
The Big Payback is Back on May 3, 2016
Give back to local nonprofits on May 3 during The Big Payback - Middle Tennessee’s 24 hour, online giving day. Together, we raised more than $2.65 million dollars in 2015. This year, let’s make our impact even BIGGER.