Nashville CARES offices at 633 Thompson Lane are currently closed for remodeling. All services are being provided at 442 Metroplex Drive Building D. You may also reach us at 1-800-845-4266
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Local restaurants throughout the greater Nashville area participate by donating a percentage of sales from breakfast, lunch and/or dinner to Nashville CARES. Created in 1991, Dining Out For Life® is an international fundraiser conducted in more than 60 cities that raises more than $4 million for HIV annually. Our theme, Feeding People Healing People perfectly describes our partnerships with local restaurants. They are in the business of feeding people and Nashville CARES is in the business of healing people. This year we are featuring Food Truck Nation located downtown on Deaderick Street. Come join us for lunch!
Our goal this year is to include more than 60 restaurants and food trucks raising more than $120,000. WHEN: Wednesday, May 8, 2024
This year, Nashville CARES is a sponsor of the Nashville Pride Festival! In partnership with NPS Pharmacy, we will be providing free rapid HIV testing along with PrEP & PrEP 2-1-1 services in our new tents and medical mobile unit. Saturday morning, be sure to look for our float in the parade kicking off this 2-day event!
WHEN: June 24 & 25, 2023
We are looking for volunteers to help us with load-in, walk in the parade behind our float, and help recruit folks to get tested!
The 32nd Annual Nashville CARES AIDS Walk is Tennessee's oldest continuously running HIV fundraiser and advocacy event.
The Nashville CARES Walk raise awareness and financial support for ending the HIV epidemic.
Saturday, October 7, 2023 | 9:00am - 11:00am | Hadley Park
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE HERE
WORLD AIDS DAY
Friday, December 1, 2023
This is the 35th Anniversary of World AIDS Day. This year’s theme is “Remember and Commit.”
This annual event serves as a reminder of the global struggle to end HIV-related stigma, an opportunity to honor those we have lost, and a rallying cry to commit to working toward a day when HIV is no longer a public health threat.
We will be holding an internal candlelit service with clients, staff and board in memory of those we have lost and in hope for a future free of HIV/AIDS.