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Ways to Donate

Did You Know....

  • Each year more than 2 million poisonings are reported to the Poison Control Centers in the United States?
  • In Tennessee, thousands of residents are victims of accidental poisoning each year?
  • Poisoning is the third leading cause of death for children under the age of six?
  • Nearly 70% of Tennessee Poison Center's callers are treated at home?
  • For every $1 that is spent on a call to Tennessee Poison Center, $3 is saved in other medical care spending?

Tennessee Poison Center saves lives and saves valuable healthcare dollars. We rely on grants and your generous contributions in order to operate. You can make a donation to Tennessee Poison Center in a variety of ways:

  •  Individual contributions

Donations may be made online through Vanderbilt University's online donation form or by mail. Donations should be sent to Tennessee Poison Center, 501 Oxford House, 1313 21st Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37232-4632.

Vanderbilt University Medical Center's online donation form:

https://www3.vanderbilt.edu/giving/index.php

  • United Way contributions

Tennessee Poison Center is a proud member  of thirteen United Way agencies and one United Fund  throughout Tennessee. These community organizations support our vital programs:

United Way of Bedford County

United Way of Cheatham County

United Way of Coffee and Moore Counties

United Fund of Cumberland County

United Way of Dickson County

United Way of Franklin County: www.uwfctn.org  

United Way of Greene County

United Way of Maury County

United Way of Metropolitan Nashville

United Way of the Mid-South

United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties

United Way of Sumner County

United Way of Williamson County

Contact your local organization for information on how you can help your community through a donation to United Way.

GivingMatters.com

Online donations may be made through GivingMatters.com, an initiative of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.

https://givingmatters.com/viewAnonymousReport.do?organizationId=10024

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