What's New

Check out our chapter’s most recent activities and updates:

Out of the Darkness 2015 - It's a Wrap!


Turnout and fundraising topped records in the 6th year of the AFSP Middle Tennessee chapter's Out of the Darkness Walk on Nashville's famed Music Row. The Walk continues to be the chapter's premiere event to raise awareness about suicide and prevention efforts.

AFSP is Nashville Sounds' Charity of the Night


The Middle TN chapter of the AFSP was the Charity of the Night for the Nashville Sounds' home game on Saturday, May 30. Volunteers helped to enlist new supporters, raise awareness, and offer resources about suicide prevention.

Advocacy Forum - 2014 - Washington D.C.


Recently, board members Shannon Hall & Teresa Young joined 250 advocates from all 50 states will “Took the Hill” as part of AFSP’s 2014 Advocacy Forum. Advocates and volunteers will met with members of Congress and their staff to share their personal stories, educate them about suicide prevention and mental health, and push for policies and legislation that can prevent suicide

Day on the Hill - TN Capitol


A huge thank you for the efforts of our board Co-Chair, Shannon Hall.  She coordinated a very successful "Day on the Hill" at the Tennessee State Capitol.

AFSP Leadership Conference 2014


In January, a few of our board members attended the AFSP Leadership Conference and what a great experience!  Josh Easler, Chris Hunter & Angelynn Tinsley met and worked with many AFSP leaders and chapters from all over the country.  We are excited to implement this knowledge into our local community. 

Eat Wings ~ Raise Funds ~ Buffalo Wild Wings


Thank you to Chris Hunter and Buffalo Wild Wings...and to everyone that satisfied their wing cravings at BWW on the 24th!  What a great turnout and awesome way to raise funds in our community!  A portion of food sales was donated to AFSP Middle TN on orders placed all day that day at locations all over Middle TN!  

Volunteer Commitees


Through the contribution of their time, talent, and passion, our volunteers are leading the movement to prevent suicide in local communities across the nation. 

If you are interested in serving as a volunteer for the Middle TN Chapter, please email middletn@afsp.org.  We look forward to hearing from you.