Eileen Fisher Fall Fashion Show
Aug
18
1:00 PM13:00

Eileen Fisher Fall Fashion Show

  • Eileen Fisher- The Mall at Green Hills (map)
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Eileen Fisher is hosting a Fall Fashion Show at their retail location in the Mall at Green Hills on August 18th! The customers are the models at this fun and FREE event, giving the audience a look at the current new season of fashion. This year, Eileen Fisher is partnering with ESTN, using their platform to raise awareness of modern day slavery.

10% of all sales from the day will go directly to End Slavery TN.

*The fashion show will begin at 1pm sharp, so be sure to get to the mall early so you have time to park and get to your seat! The store is located right next to Louis Vuitton, close to the entrance by the Cheesecake Factory.

 

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Voices of Freedom 2018
Sep
13
6:00 PM18:00

Voices of Freedom 2018

Each year, End Slavery Tennessee hosts a special fundraiser, giving our most dedicated donors and friends the opportunity to celebrate together. Whether you are already passionate about this cause or just learning, please join us for our Voices of Freedom 2018 benefit. The money raised allows End Slavery Tennessee to provide hope, purpose, and freedom to every survivor we come in contact with- and make Tennessee better for all of our children. We would love for you to be a voice of freedom as you partner with us to make this incredible evening possible!

Held at OZ Arts Nashville, this year's entertainment will feature performances by Kristen Kelly, Between the Lines Duo, and Grammy nominated artists Keith Hendrick and Steve Dean. 

To sponsor the event or host a table, click here.

Thank you to our committed sponsors: 

Outdoor Advertising Association of Tennessee, Rogers Group Inc., Decker Wealth Management, Bell and Associates Construction, Big Loud Shirt, and HCA/Tristar Health.

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Painting With a Purpose
Aug
14
6:30 PM18:30

Painting With a Purpose

Our Hendersonville volunteer group is hosting a fundraising event at Painting with a Twist! Come on out for a fun night of making art and supporting End Slavery Tennessee.

Reserve your spot before it's too late! You can do so here.

50% of all proceeds for the evening will go to ESTN.

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Tennessee Brew Works
Jun
24
11:00 AM11:00

Tennessee Brew Works

Tennessee Brew Works is working with End Slavery Tennessee for the whole month of June to raise money in support of our mission to promote the healing of human trafficking survivors and strategically confront slavery in our state.

On Sundays throughout June, specifically the 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th, for every beer sold out of the Tennessee Brew Works' Taproom (809 Ewing Ave, Nashville, TN 37203), $1 will be donated by Tennessee Brew Works to End Slavery Tennessee.

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End Slavery Monologues
Jun
5
7:30 PM19:30

End Slavery Monologues

  • Little Brick Theater, in the Factory at Franklin (map)
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Pipeline-Collective in collaboration with End Slavery Tennessee presents a one-night-only theatrical benefit. Adapted for the stage for this world premiere, The End Slavery Monologues are based on stories of survivors of human trafficking in Nashville, TN. All proceeds from this one-night-only performance support End Slavery Tennessee.

Standard seats are $15

Premium seats are $50 and include a custom Branded Collective cuff that reads: “let it not be said that I was silent.”

Get your tickets here.

 

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Flat Iron Maiden
May
16
8:00 PM20:00

Flat Iron Maiden

Flat Iron Maiden is an All- Ladies Eighties Benefit for End Slavery Tennessee. This event is by women, for women and will feature an all-female lineup of performers.

Doors open at 7pm, Show at 8.

Ticket Link: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1680036?utm_source=artist
 
Facebook Event Link (please invite your friends):
https://www.facebook.com/events/244203006147050/
 
Eighties attire is not required but strongly encouraged.

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Apr
28
7:30 PM19:30

ESTN Benefit Show

A benefit show featuring performances by Natalie Madigan, Sara Sturm Music, Jordyn Stoddard, Austin Sawyer, and SMLES. This event is for local university students and Murfreesboro residents to decompress during the end of the Spring Semester while supporting a good cause!

Natalie Madigan: With her powerful vocals and infectious tunes, Nashville-based singer-songwriter Natalie Madigan is putting a unique edge on pop music. Fusing irresistible pop melodies with authentic, emotion driven vocal performances, Natalie’s music has something to offer all listeners. From sultry pop bops to groovy jams, her music incorporates pop, soul, funk, and EDM influences. Her sassy charm, catchy hooks, and messages of self-worth and self-love are relatable, genuine, and universal.

SMLES: SMLES is an Indie Pop / Alternative band based out of Nashville, Tennessee. Blending hard-hitting grooves and an eccentric sound, SMLES' music bursts with personality and vibrance.

Sarah Sturm: Pop/R&B artist Sara Sturm is influencing pop music with her rasp, sass, and heart. Audiences see this petite, youthful, bubbly girl on stage but are shocked when Sara opens her mouth and releases her powerful voice and unique tone.

Jordan Stoddard: Hailing from Jacksonville Beach, FL, 19-year-old Jordyn Stoddard may seem like a young up-and-comer, but she has already positioned herself as a triple-threat in the country music community. This youth sings with the soul of a seasoned veteran, strums a signature turquoise guitar and has years of songwriting under her belt.

All proceeds and other donations will be donated to ESTN.

Doors at 7:00pm

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End Slavery TN at the Local Church
Apr
22
4:30 PM16:30

End Slavery TN at the Local Church

The Local Church of East Nashville will be hosting Emily Willmore and Amie Hassler to speak on the issue of Human Trafficking. Emily will be presenting to the adults and Amie will be speaking to the youth.

You are welcome to come and learn, and bring your middle and high school students to learn about how to recognize the signs of trafficking and keep themselves and their friends safe.

Contact ewillmore@endslaverytn.org with questions.

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Rock the Chains'
Feb
24
5:30 PM17:30

Rock the Chains'

  • Brentwood United Methodist Church (map)
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An epic Battle of the Bands competiton, Benefiting End Slavery Tennessee and IJM! Only $10 to get in. It will be a great way to have fun with your whole family, don't miss it!! 

Brentwood United Methodist Church

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Feb
17
3:00 PM15:00

No Show Ball

Make it a romantic Valentine's day meal or a dinner party for ten, but skip the restaurant wait either way!

Sign up here: https://endslaverytn.networkforgood.com/events/4972-join-us-but-don-t-for-our-4th-annual-no-show-ball

Deliveries can only be made in the greater Nashville area.

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Dec
14
6:00 PM18:00

Rodan + Fields Season of Giving

You are invited to the Rodan + Fields 2017 Christmas party, benefiting End Slavery Tennessee at The Governor's Club in Nashville. Bring a friend and celebrate the holidays with new friends while enjoying snacks and cocktails. You will have an opportunity to get some Christmas shopping out of the way and hear about End Slavery TN too! For more information, contact aliciajf@comcast.net

This is a public event. 

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Dec
11
6:00 PM18:00

Brentwood Volunteer Group Open House

Join us to celebrate the efforts that fight human trafficking in Middle Tennessee! Enjoy refreshments and the opportunity to speak with people who are making a difference. Consider purchasing jewelry from Branded Collective, natural beauty products from Thistle Farms, or a Christmas Ornament from End Slavery TN- lovely, thoughtful gifts that support recovery.

This is a public event. 

 

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Dec
7
11:00 AM11:00

ACAM Training Session

Join the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists for a training session regarding money-laundering in the world of human trafficking.

Presenter: Jill Rutter

KraftCPAs PLLC, 555 Great Circle Rd., Nashville

This is a public event.

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