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- 2015 Franklin Wine Festival Royal Court Announced
- Announcement Party Will Reveal the King and Queen of the Vines Candidates
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee is hosting a Royal Court Announcement Party to reveal the candidates running for the 2015 Franklin Wine Festival's King and Queen of the Vines. The event will be held at the Up Rooftop Lounge in the Gulch on Thursday, September 3rd at 5:30pm.
- Allstate Makes a Difference for Big Brothers Big Sisters
- Employees Raise More than $19,000 to Help Serve Children
- Employees, associates, and friends from Allstate Insurance joined together in a big way raising more than $19,000 to support Big Brothers Big Sisters’ annual bowl-a-thon event, Bowl for Kids’ Sake, at Donelson Strike & Spare in Nashville. This marks the 5th year Allstate employees came together to support children in need of a mentor.
- Publix Super Markets Charities Awards Grant to Big Brothers Big Sisters
- Funding Will Support Structured Match Activities and Training
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee received a $6,500 grant from the Publix Super Markets Charities to fund structured activities for the matches and relationship development training for the Big and Littles in the mentoring agency.
- 2015 Franklin Wine Festival Preparations Underway
- The committee for the 2015 Franklin Wine Festival presented by Cool Springs Wines & Spirits andsupported by Nissan, is working hard preparing for the annual event being held onFriday, October 16 at the Factory in Franklin.
- The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund Awards Grant to Big Brothers Big Sisters
- Grant Will Fund the Mentoring Agency in Middle Tennessee
- The Board of Directors of the Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund has named Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee the recipient of a $75,000 operating grant to fund the mentoring agency for children facing adversity in the Middle Tennessee area .
- Grant Awarded to Big Brothers Big Sisters by The Bonnaroo Works Fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
- Grant Will Fund Mural Creation and Painting
The Bonnaroo Works Fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has awarded Big Brothers Big Sisters a $2,500 grant to fund the creation and painting of two murals that will project the spirit and mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is providing children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
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