Sound Planning Partners
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Our Impact

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Be the change you wish to see

Sound Planning Partners was founded on the concept of changing lives and improving the world. This practice doesn't stop with client relations. Our founder is an active contributor to the community after hours. Below are just a couple of the main organizations we are currently active in. 

In addition to the work we are already doing as individuals, Sound Planning Partners will be committing 10% of company profits, in 2018, to local charities, with a direct impact in the Nashville area. Quarterly updates will be provided through our newsletter list. Sign up to track our impact!

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NeedLink Nashville

Most of us take it for granted that the lights will come on when we flip the switch, and that we can get a drink from the faucet at any time. We know where our families will be sleeping tonight and can be certain that they’ll be warm.

But thousands of our neighbors aren’t certain that their most basic necessities will be met. They worry about becoming homeless or having critical utility services disconnected.

NeedLink Nashville is here to help. We help families, seniors, and people facing an unexpected crisis to avoid homelessness and stay connected to power, water, and natural gas service.

VICC Ambassadors - Vanderbilt - Ingram Cancer Research

The VICC Ambassadors group formed in 2009, a group of young professionals with a shared passion for fighting cancer and a shared commitment to Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center (VICC). Several of our members and many of our loved ones have benefitted from the exceptional care offered by VICC.

We are the next generation of philanthropists committed to winning the battle against cancer by awarding Discovery Grants to Promising Researchers at the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center.

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Nashville Classical Charter

Nashville Classical Charter School began as the brainstorm of dedicated community activists and experienced urban educators. As they studied the city’s public schools, they realized that 75% of downtown Nashville third graders were behind in reading.

Knowing that elementary literacy predicts college performance, their vision was a school—free, public, and open to all children—that would achieve a different result. Today, for hundreds of children, our vision is a reality.