The Big Payback annual day of giving is returning May 2 and End Slavery Tennessee is excited to participate again this year!
The Big Payback, hosted by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, is a community-wide day of giving that celebrates Middle Tennessee’s spirit of generosity and supports nonprofits like us. The Big Payback kicks off at midnight on Thursday, May 2. Mark your calendars!
Join us (but don’t) for the only ball you don’t have to leave home for. We bring dinner and wine right to your door!
This year’s delicious menu consists of:
Mixed greens garden salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, cheddar cheese, and croutons from Newks Eatery.
Olive Garden garlic breadsticks.
Your entree choice for two of either:
Seared chicken and pasta, with white wine mushroom cream sauce (GF)
Vegetable lasagna, with squash, zucchini, spinach, tomato, and vegan cheese
Classic chocolate ganache cake for desert (GF).
Your choice of red or white wine.
Support survivors of human trafficking, and enjoy a fine-dining experience, all from the comfort of your home!
Tickets and more information available here.
Enjoy some Jamba Juice while benefiting End Slavery TN! On April 2nd from 4pm-7pm, the Franklin and Murfreesboro Jamba Juice locations will be donating 20% of ALL proceeds to End Slavery TN.
Jamba Juice is known for their healthy smoothies & bowls, as well as juice & tasty bites.
Thank you to the Franklin and Murfreesboro Community Groups for making this possible!
The Franklin Jamba Juice is located at 1844 McEwen Dr.
The Murfreesboro Jamba Juice is located at 3053 Medical Center Pkwy.
You've heard the statistics, now come hear their stories.
This unique theatrical event features stories of survivors and those impacted by Human Trafficking to educate the audience about this issue.
Buy tickets here.
Doors open at 6, show starts at 7. Seating is first come, first served.
Slavery still exists, and it is happening in Middle Tennessee. The Junior League of Nashville and our partners want to help you learn more about this issue and be a part of the solution.
Join us for an insightful program and interactive panel discussion shedding light on Nashville’s human trafficking problem and how our city is working to solve it.
Thursday, January 31st, 2019
5:30 pm Registration & Networking
6:00 pm Bought and Sold Program
7:25 pm Q&A Panel
Jeff Rowe, Franklin Police Department
Sarah Wolfson, Davidson County District Attorney
Margie Quinn, End Slavery Tennessee
Shelia Simpkins, Thistle Farms Director of Education and Outreach
Agent from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
The Café at Thistle Farms
5122 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN 37209
Light refreshments will be served. Limited spaces available.
Please RSVP by January 21, 2019 to Ashley Wood at email@example.com.
Bring your friends and family to the South Franklin Chick Fil-A for dinner, and 20% of your check will go directly to End Slavery TN! Make sure to let the cashier know you are there for ESTN Spirit Night.
Many thanks to the Franklin Volunteer Group for putting this together!
If you are a cyclist, or you have ever wanted to try out a cycling class, this is a perfect opportunity!
The fee for this class is $25, and 100% of the sales will go directly to End Slavery Tennessee. Franklin Group leader Dana Hardy will be giving a short introduction.
Reserve your spot here!
Come learn about the issue of human trafficking, what we do at End Slavery TN, and how you can get involved! Emily Willmore, ESTN Community Coordinator, will be presenting and taking questions.
Thanks to the Spring Hill Group for making this possible! This event is free and open to the public.
Run, walk, bike, hike, skate, hop, skip, or jump 26.2 miles between October 1 and October 31, 2018. You can run the entire distance in one session, or break it up into daily or weekly sessions. Track your mileage on our Freedom Miles Tracker, and post your progress and photos on social media using #teamfreedom.
Register and set up your fundraising platform here.
Join other Nashville business leaders at an informational meeting to learn about this growing business movement in Tennessee and the United States. Hear first-hand from local law enforcement, a human trafficking survivor and a company that is already taking a stand.
Light breakfast and coffee will be provided from 7:00-7:30am.
Contact Steve Grissim at SteveG@RAGAS.Online or (615) 394–7607 to RSVP today. Seating for the event will be limited.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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):
Eighties attire is not required but strongly encouraged.
The Nashville Volunteer group will be hosting a community awareness event at the Richland Park Library.
Chelsea Nixon, Rick Stout, and Cory Kroeger will be providing an informational panel.
All are welcome to attend, learn, and network.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
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