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Titans Launch Impact Program, 'ONE Community'

On the heels of announcing a proposed new football stadium agreement, the Tennessee Titans are announcing a community benefits platform with 16 local and regional organizations. The Titans announced the programs at Tennessee State University, their long-standing partner.

The ONE Community platform includes multi-faceted programs that reach many of Nashville's most underserved communities with a focus on three areas – Opportunity, Neighborhoods, and Education.

"ONE Community represents a substantial amount of work and effort on the part of many and is the product of extensive interaction and feedback from residents and community leaders," said Adolpho Birch, Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer for the Tennessee Titans.

"Ultimately, increasing opportunities for workforce and small business development, nurturing and enhancing our neighborhoods in need, and supporting education at all levels was what the community believed would be most impactful."

The team will enter formal agreements with ONE Community partners and make them available to the public when final.

In addition to the ONE Community platform, the Titans will continue its existing community impact initiatives. Since 2018, the Titans have served 135 local organizations through direct investment, programming, and partnership.

Also, as part of the proposed new agreement between the City and the Titans, the team will continue its longstanding relationship with Tennessee State University by hosting TSU games at the new stadium and engaging in other TSU related initiatives, return 66 acres of land, otherwise parking lots until 2039, to the City which plans to create parks, greenways, affordable housing, a multi-modal boulevard, local businesses and more.



Every member of The Waitlist makes an impact in our community! Through ONE Community, the Titans are increasing literacy among young readers across Nashville. When a new member joins The Waitlist by placing a deposit, we will donate a children's book to an MNPS student, with the goal of donating enough books for every first and second grader in the MNPS school system.