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The Factory At Franklin Jamison Hall

230 Franklin Road

Franklin, TN 37064

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Hope Grows, our annual fundraising dinner will be held on Thursday, October 5, 2017, from 6pm-9pm at The Factory at Franklin’s Jamison Hall. The dinner, sponsored by Carrabba’s Italian Grill, is a celebration of the hope and healing our clients find at The Refuge Center.

ABOUT HOPE GROWS
Hope Grows is our annual fundraising dinner and celebration of the joy, hope, and healing found by so many at The Refuge Center for Counseling. This event is our single most important fundraiser that provides us with the support needed to advance our mission of providing affordable, professional counseling services in order to empower, educate, and support individuals, couples and families in need. We will also present the Hope Award to a member of the community who embodies our mission and values to empower, educate and support those in need. Our 2017 Hope Award recipient is Mike Fisher, retired captain of the Nashville Predators. Mike's service to our community, humility and faith in Christ embodies our core values and mission to empower, educate and support those in need.

The event will take place on Thursday, October 5, 2017, at The Factory at Franklin in Jamison Hall featuring dinner, award ceremony, live painting silent auction by Roy Laws Art. Our musical guest is Christian recording artist Plumb.

Throughout her decade-plus career as a songwriter, recording artist and author, Plumb has found success in a myriad of genres, selling over a half a million albums and millions of singles sold and streamed worldwide. The miraculous restoration of her marriage was chronicled in the 2012 album NEED YOU NOW and corresponding memoir “Need You Now: A Story of Hope”, which was followed by the 2015 breakout album EXHALE that was an honest and worshipful offering of thanksgiving. Plumb’s newly released single, “God Help Me,” proclaims that God is always with us, and he always listens.


ABOUT THE REFUGE CENTER FOR COUNSELING
The Refuge Center opened in December 2005 as its founders Amy Alexander and Jennifer Gillett had a strong desire and vision to serve their area of residence—Williamson County—which is recognized as the seventh wealthiest county in the country. Oftentimes, this wealth overshadows those who are in need in this area. To live among great prosperity and to be in need is often to feel invisible. Through counseling, many are able to receive help before a family dispute turns violent, before a teen feels there is no hope for their life, before a couple gives up on their marriage, or before someone turns to drugs to escape their pain. We believe that every individual deserves the opportunity to seek therapeutic resources regardless of their ability to pay.


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