It's been half a century and Planned Parenthood is still middle and east Tennessee's leading reproductive health care provider, educator and advocate. We meet our mission everyday because of the support you give and we will continue to work for the communities that need us as long as we have the financial and moral support of our donors.
The following are ways you can get involved:Donate by Phone
You can call our office directly and make a contribution over the phone! Just call the Development Department at 615-345-0952.
Donate by Mail
If you prefer to mail a check, please mail to
ATTN: Development Department
Planned Parenthood of Middle and East Tennessee
50 Vantage Way, Suite 102
Nashville, TN 37228
By making a secure online donation using your credit or debit card, you can help Planned Parenthood conserve paper and other resources—stretching your gift even further. Choose the "Give to a Specific Planned Parenthood Organization" option of to the right of the page (then select Planned Parenthood of Middle and East Tennessee on the drop down box) to ensure 100% of your financial contribution stays here in your community. Click here to donate online.
Gifts of Stock
Giving long-term appreciated stock gifts offers many tax-saving advantages. If you wish to transfer stock to Planned Parenthood of Middle and East Tennessee, please contact Keri Adams in the Development Department, 615-345-0952, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will provide you with the necessary information. You can click here to get more information about Stock Gifts.
Planned Giving or Bequests
Many donors opt to leave a special gift to their favorite charitable organization(s) in their will. Becoming a member of our Legacy Society is easy and you can learn more by calling our office. Click here to learn more about leaving your bequest to PPMET.
Donate at Your Workplace
There are several workplace campaigns, including Community Shares, that will allow you to have regular donations taken out of your paycheck. Click here to read more about it and check with your office's Human Resources Office or other coordinator of workplace giving for more information.