It’s that time of year again! Nash Spring Bash is this Sunday at Public Square Park.
Nash Spring Bash is Project 615‘s annual fundraiser in the form of a one-day festival. The fest is free, family-friendly and a great celebration of all things Nashville. It starts on Sunday at 11 AM and doesn’t stop until 5 PM in Public Square Park. There will be music, food trucks and more than 50 local vendors. Austin and Colin will emcee the event that’s sponsored by The Candle Bar by Paddywax, Bulletin by Google, MaxLiving and Southern Grist. The proceeds of this year’s event go to local non-profit, Mocha Club.
According to Project 615, “Mocha Club works with local leaders across the continent [of Africa] who are working to care for their community — they could be a pastor in a church, a founder of a school, or a caretaker of an orphanage. By providing an education that teaches biblical worldview, trauma healing, and asset-based community development, leaders learn to see their communities through the promise of the Gospel, address the trauma in the adults and children around them, and dream and build the future of communities full of people who have faced war, violence, and abandonment.”
Mocha Club members help support the initiative and those leaders monthly. There’s also an opportunity to support projects and plans that come about on their journey. Find out more information and learn more here.
Project 615 is also currently supporting the victims of the Waffle House shooting with a t-shirt. They created a “Spread Love” sign shirt for $29.99. They will donate 100% of the proceeds from the shirt to the victims. Check it out here.