Tenn. Secretary of State
Division of Charitable Solicitations
Any person or group that appeals to the public for support of its charitable cause is a "charitable organization". Persons or organizations that intend to solicit donations must register before asking the public for contributions.
Excluded from the requirement to register are religious institutions and affiliated groups; educational institutions and supporting organizations; volunteer fire departments, rescue squads and local civil defense organizations; and, organizations that receive contributions less than $30,000 annually.
(Excluded groups are required, however, to complete and file an "Exemption Request" form.)
For more information go to http://www.state.tn.us/sos/charity/co-info.htm
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The Nashville Symphony has announced its 2014 community concert series, an annual summer tradition that embodies the organizationís mission of bringing outstanding music to audiences of every age and background throughout Middle Tennessee. Featuring works by Beethoven, Bernstein, Copland, Tchaikovsky, Cole Porter and more, the community concerts deliver classical favorites in a casual summer setting at locations throughout the area. All performances are free of charge (*except where noted) and will be conducted by Nashville Symphony Assistant Conductor Vinay Parameswaran. June 4 Wednesday, 7:30pm - Centennial Park June 5, Thursday, 8:00pm - East Park June 6, Friday, 8:00pm - Bicentennial Mall State Park Sunday, June 8, 7:00pm - Crockett Park Tuesday, June 10, 7:00pm - Cumberland University, Lebanon* (*Admission for this concert is $5 for adults, free for students and children) Wednesday, June 11, 7:00pm - Key Park, Lafayette Thursday, June 12, 7:00pm - Two Rivers Mansion The Nashville Symphony will conclude its free outdoor performances on July 4, when the orchestra takes part in Music Cityís Independence Day celebration with a free concert in downtown Nashville on the lawn at Riverfront Park that will also include performances by Billy Currington, Ashley Monroe and Striking Matches before the Southís largest fireworks show.