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Get ready for the next big event, the annual HMN Grammy Viewing Party and Benefit Gala! We will be working with three wonderful local charities hard at work battling hunger, right here in Middle Tennessee.
The Old School Farm is a unique non-profit dedicated to producing quality farm-to-table food while providing meaningful employment for individuals with intellectual disabilities. This amazing organization has opened their doors to Hollywood Meets Nashville and has allowed us to utilize The Old School as the venue for the 2015 Grammy Viewing Party and Gala.
Sugga Momma’s Girls Club helps families in the inner city by providing cooking classes for youngsters with an emphasis on healthy choices. The unique program utilizes fun, food education, and fitness to help change negative eating habits among those most affected by obesity related diseases. Additionally, Sugga Momma’s has established a Saturday “free” lunch program where neighborhood kids come to sing and move, while enjoying a healthy lunch prepared by their peers!
Save the Date, and prepare for an amazing evening of great music, great food and a chance to support three VERY WORTHY CHARITIES.
The Nashville Notes Homeschool Band was presented with a brand new violin, Sunday night, at the Hollywood Meets Nashville Grammy Viewing Party and Benefit Gala. The Nashville Notes Homeschool Band was founded in 1995 to provide music instruction for students schooled at home in the Greater Nashville area. “We’re very thankful for this donation,” says program director, Sholeen Wuest. “We have 170 kids in the program, and very few instruments for those who can’t afford to purchase their own. This instrument will be put to good use.”
Sholeen Wuest and Donna Caldwell
The Grammy Viewing Party was a fundraiser for two organizations, Save the Music America and the Global Music Project. Save The Music America is a social and educational organization that educates the public about the impact of illegal downloading, creating public support for preserving the rights of people within the creative industries and the history of American Music. The Global Music Project uses music to help the socially conscious make a difference. Their current mission is to provide musical instruments to school children, locally and abroad. They partnered with Mozart Violins in Irvine, California, to furnish the violin that was presented to Nashville Notes.
We want to thank Jason Chan at Mozart Violins for making this moment possible!
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