photos courtesy Nashville CARES
Nashville, Tenn. – Nashville CARES announces the dedication of their current 633 Thompson Lane location as The Joseph Interrante Center in honor of the outgoing Chief Executive Officer.
On May 29, at Interrante’s retirement celebration, provided by Gilead, Nashville CARES’ board president, Joe Burchfield, announced to staff, volunteers, donors and friends of CARES that the building will now be known as The Joseph Interrante Center.
“For more than two decades, Joe has led CARES with great vision and passion for realizing our mission,” said Joe Burchfield, who serves as the organization’s board president. “The impact of CARES reaches across Middle Tennessee, indeed across the state and beyond, and that’s due in large part to Joe’s leadership. His commitment to our clients, staff and community is unwavering and the CARES board is grateful for Joe’s service.”
The dedication ceremony included a ribbon cutting, plaque presentation and a visit from Mayor David Briley.
For those wanting to donate to Nashville CARES in honor of Joseph Interrante visit http://interrante.givetocares.org
About Nashville CARES:
Nashville CARES is Tennessee’s largest HIV/AIDS service organization.
Our Mission: Nashville CARES mission is to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Middle Tennessee. We work to achieve this through education, advocacy and support for those at risk for or living with HIV.
Our vision is a community where HIV infections are rare, and when they do occur, everyone with HIV/AIDS has access to the care, treatment and support to achieve optimal health and self-sufficiency without stigma or discrimination.
Last year Nashville CARES served more than 50,000 Middle Tennesseans infected and affected by HIV/AIDS including: HIV prevention education to more than 29,000 youth and adults, more than 10,000 FREE confidential HIV tests, and essential support services to 3,400 men, women and children living with the disease. To learn more, visit us at NashvilleCARES.org and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.