Tractor Supply donates to United Way COVID-19 Response Fund
Tractor Supply Compay, through its Tractor Supply Company Foundation, has donated $100,000 to the United Way of Greater Nashville’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
The COVID-19 Response Fund is facilitated by United Way of Greater Nashville in partnership with Mayor John Cooper’s office and local corporate and philanthropic partners.
Chaired by former Senator Bill Frist, the fund addresses the health and economic challenges of COVID-19 by rapidly deploying resources to community-based organizations in need of funds to meet the immediate needs of individuals affected by the crisis.
“The Tractor Supply team is honored to do our part to give back and help our hometown neighbors who are facing unprecedented challenges during COVID-19,” said Mary Winn Pilkington, Tractor Supply senior vice president of investor relations and public relations. Pilkington is also president of the Tractor Supply Foundation.
“We have a longstanding partnership with United Way of Greater Nashville, and we are proud of the way our community has come together over the past few months through the COVID-19 Response Fund to support the many nonprofits that are providing much-needed assistance to families and individuals,” she said.
Headquartered in Brentwood, Tenn., Tractor Supply Company has been running workplace campaigns with United Way for nearly 15 years.