The board and staff of the Maddox Fund believe that we are accountable to the community we serve. We strive to make information accessible. If you need information that is not available here, please contact the Maddox office.
The Maddox Fund is committed to being deeply rooted in the Middle Tennessee community. “Undergirding this commitment is the conviction that all human beings are interconnected, not just with one another, but with all of nature – a belief that makes our desire to foster connection and a sense of belonging even more urgent.” We believe that our shared liberation is intertwined—tied in a single garment of destiny.
Through the year, we offer several pathways to communication with the Maddox Fund, including: Listening Meetings, scheduled 1-on-1 CHAT conversations and surveys, as well as walking and coffee meetings. Maddox staff is always available to you. Please reach out any time. If you prefer, you can use this link to anonymously submit feedback on a specific staff member or to the organization as a whole. Your viewpoint is valued and can make us better community members. Thank you in advance for your comments.
The Maddox Fund has established a confidential Whistleblower Hotline with Lighthouse Services, Inc. for the specific purpose of reporting fraud and unlawful activities as well as unethical or improper behavior. The Maddox Fund’s Whistleblower Policy outlines our process for receiving and investigating reports.
Ways to file a report
- Toll-Free: (855) 400-6009 (not available from Mexico)
- File a Report Online
- E-mail: email@example.com (please include company name with report)
- Fax: (215) 689-3885 (please include company name with report)
As part of our commitment to transparency, we have made our grant history publicly available. Feel free to search our grant directory to find specific grants and partners, or download our entire grant database as an Excel file.