Nashville currently is in Phase 2 of Mayor Cooper's four-phase plan for re-opening the city. In-person Chamber activities or meetings may resume at the discretion of the Committee Chair - Gatherings will be capped at 20 persons. No large in-person Chamber events (After-Hours, GMM, WIB luncheons) will take place during Phase 2.
We will continue to monitor developments and inform you of any further changes or postponements.
The Chamber staff has returned to the office working on a rotating basis. Members/guests are requested to call in advance of an in-person visits and to wear a msak when visiting the office. Please reach out to them by email or phone if you have any questions.
Our office has gathered information that we feel may be helpful to the community and our members. Please visit the COVID-19 Resource Information page for more details and the Chamber's four-phase plan to "Reboot & Rebound". For the most up-to-date informaton on Metro Nashville Services, updates from the Mayor's Office, Public Health Orders and more, please visit the Nashville COVID-19 Response page.
Our thoughts are with those who have experienced any loss from the tornado on March 2nd.
To view a list of resources and ways to help in the area, please CLICK HERE.
If you are looking to help in any way for those who were affected, Mayor John Cooper has shared the following information:
As our community comes together to help our neighbors, here are three ways you can help:
For those wanting to donate non-clothing items:
Community Resource Center at 218 Omohundro Place http://www.crcnashville.org/
Hands On Nashville
To donate money:
Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee https://www.cfmt.org/
A Photo of Donelson Christian Academy from NewsChannel 5
Join the Chamber as we, together, proudly:
- Experience opportunities to make meaningful connections.
- Partner with key business and community leaders to promote economic growth and opportunity.
- Promote your business to Chamber members and the public.
- Exchange referrals with Chamber member businesses and organizations.
To Learn More about Joining Your Chamber:
Current members of the Donelson Hermitage Chamber of Commerce should receive a renewal notice and dues invoice via email just prior to their renewal month.
You may click the link in the electronic invoice to pay your renewal dues online.
If you prefer to receive your renewal notice and invoice via regular mail, you may do so and submit your renewal dues by check.
We thank you for your continued support and look forward to serving you.
A thriving business environment is foundational to an evolving community. To that end, the Donelson-Hermitage Chamber of Commerce aspires to be the catalyst for an inclusive and sustainable place to live and conduct business by sharing purposeful information, connecting people in a professional environment, and advocating for member needs.
To be the community resource connecting diverse people and businesses for the continued economic development and overall enhancement of the Donelson Hermitage communities.