YWCA Spring Breakfast
March 30 – April 3, 2020
Co-Producers – Hannah Paramore Breen & Kate Wood
The YWCA Spring Breakfast is an emotional and inspirational morning where guests hear directly from the women and youth whose lives have been changed through YWCA programs. This annual event is a powerful reminder of the impact the YWCA has on the Nashville and Middle Tennessee community.
While we will not be gathering for Spring Breakfast on April 8 to tell our story and celebrate the women and children we serve in person, we’re excited to announce our Virtual Spring Breakfast. Now, more than ever, we need your help!
Our domestic violence programs keep hundreds of women and children safe at the Weaver Domestic Violence Center each year. We are currently operating at capacity, and the calls to our crisis line are up 55 percent over the same period last year. We will stay open during this pandemic so that victims of domestic violence and their children can be safe. At the YWCA, we provide protection, respite and counseling for those who need that safe place — even in a pandemic. We also are providing additional meals and services to families and children who are not in school. No child will ever be hungry in the Weaver Center.
Over the next five days, we will share the stories of survival and inspiration across our social media channels and via email. Friends and supporters who attend our Spring Breakfast typically donate $250,000 in a single hour. We are asking that you help us meet or exceed this goal over a five-day period so we have the funding to shepherd us through these extraordinary times. The women and children who rely on our programs and services deserve our full support. You can donate by clicking here.
We are coming to you, our friends, to help fund our mission and to provide a place of safety and nurture for victims of domestic violence.
Thank you for any amount you can donate.
Spring Breakfast is a success thanks to our volunteer Table Captains who invite their friends, family, and co-workers to learn about and support the YWCA and our life-saving and life-changing programs. We are indebted to past YWCA board member Hannah Paramore Breen & Board Member Kate Herman Wood for producing this inspiring event year after year. THANK YOU!