Serving Our Communities. 

Ever since Boyle Investment Company was founded in Memphis in 1933, we have had a strong history of giving back to the communities we serve. As a master commercial developer with a mission of serving and transforming our communities, Boyle understands land is important, but people are a precious resource. 

Boyle Nashville formalized our giving efforts and “Boyle Cares” was formed. Our mission is to form connections with local nonprofits through our mixed-use developments, donating time and financial assistance to make lasting changes in our community. Boyle Cares is our way of living out a culture of appreciation and gratitude to our most precious resource, the people in our communities. 


Supported by: Berry Farms, McEwen Northside, Meridian Cool Springs

For over 115 years, Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee (BGCMT) has enabled young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. Boys & Girls Clubs provide a safe place, professional caring staff, fun and friendship, and high-impact youth development programs. Serving 4,000-plus annually, BGCMT fosters academic success, healthy lifestyles and good citizenship, earning a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator. 


Supported by: McEwen Northside, Meridian Cool Springs 

New Hope Academy is a unique educational experience that equips children and fosters a generation of leaders who reflect Jesus Christ and transform our culture. With intentional economic diversity, offering scholarships to half its seats for low-income families, New Hope Academy prioritizes community and academic-Christian development for all children. 


Supported by: CityPark Brentwood 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee (BBBSMT) works to provide youth facing adversity with the guidance they need to help them succeed by matching them with an adult mentor. BBBSMT creates professionally supported mentoring programs to develop positive relationships between a Big and Little that have a lasting impact on a young person’s life. 


Supported by: Capitol View 

Greenways for Nashville works to create, preserve and promote a system of greenways in Nashville and Davidson County. The nonprofit organization supports Metro Parks’ greenway initiatives, funding future projects and trail enhancements, and advocates for the preservation and protection of natural and cultural areas. They also help with the development of community recreational spaces and the acquisition of land for preservation such as greenways and parks. 


Supported by: Capitol View 

The Salvation Army serves multiple counties in Greater Nashville with a focus on fighting poverty and preventing homelessness through comprehensive programs. They have six locations across the community, including the Center of Hope, Magness-Potter Community Center, and four worship centers in East Nashville, Murfreesboro, Madison and Paragon Mills.  


Supported by: Berry Farms 

Friends of Franklin Parks collaborates with the City of Franklin and its Parks Department to enhance the 18-park system, ensuring a lasting legacy. Bridging government and community funding, they identify needs, envision future enhancements and connect public open spaces to preserve cultural and natural resources. 


Supported by: Berry Farms 

The Harpeth Conservancy is a science-based conservation organization that aims to restore and safeguard clean water and healthy ecosystems for Tennessee rivers. Using scientific expertise and collaborative relationships, they promote community stewardship for sustainable river conservation.