Our commitment in action
Twice Daily employees show their dedication to Thrive and their community by participating in several volunteer projects a year.
Ensuring a community thrives requires ongoing investment and teamwork. Each of our community partners is dedicated to both preserving our local ecosystems and educating the community to take care of the environment around them.
GROW Enrichment is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization based in Nashville, TN with a focus on community development through urban agriculture and nature conservation education. Their goal is to engage people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities as we teach restorative land management through hands-on experiences.
Thrive has supported GROW with four community projects focused in GROW’s Silvopasture Orchard.
Twice Daily employees planted apple, plum, and nectarine trees.
The orchard has over a hundred fruit and nut trees, and still growing.
The orchard will become a source of sustainable food for the local community.
Nashville Tree Foundation
Founded in 1986, the Nashville Tree Foundation works to preserve and enhance Nashville’s urban forests by planting trees in urban areas, identifying the oldest and largest trees in Davidson County, and educating the public about the value of trees.
Thrive worked with the Nashville Tree Foundation to coordinate free tree giveaway events.
Thrive gave trees away at 8 farmers’ market events in Nashville.
Over 800 trees were given away, primarily native species.
Native plants require less water and upkeep while naturally filtering rain water.
Tenneesee State University
Tennessee State University Agricultural Complex was devastated by the tornado that struck on the morning of March 3, 2020. Twice Daily Thrive donated monetary aid to support the rebuilding of the Complex and will also send volunteers to help restore landscaping around campus. The volunteers will plant trees on the research farm which was most impacted by the tornado. The farm includes wetlands, research areas, and more from which the Agriculture students study and learn.
Thrive is partnering with TSU to support the agriculture college.
Twice Daily donated $30,000 to help rebuild the Agriculture Center.
Thrive will help with ongoing landscaping around the TSU campus.
Twice Daily employees will help plant trees on the agriculture research farm.
How can we best serve you?
Do you have ideas for a community project or a environmental organization Thrive can support? We want to learn how we can best help our community thrive.