The Arc Davidson County & Greater Nashville is a family based organization that promotes, protects and advocates for the right of people with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities to live self-determined, meaningful lives in inclusive communities.
The Arc Davidson County & Greater Nashville envisions communities in which people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are:
- Accorded the respect, dignity, equality, safety and security to which all members of society are entitled;
- Have the opportunity to actively participate in all aspects of society; and
- Have access to the supports and resources they need in order to make and act on decisions about their own lives.
The Arc Davidson County & Greater Nashville is one of over 1300 charitable organizations in Middle Tennessee registered with Giving Matters, an online database created to inform, empower and enrich charitable giving in Middle Tennessee – benefiting donors, nonprofits and the community at large.
Giving Matters collects information on area charities for public review and examination, including financial reports and budgets. By using the link below, you can access our profile to find detailed fiscal and organizational information.
Giving Matters - The Arc Davidson County profile