On April 29th, Music City’s own minor league baseball team the Nashville Sounds will face the New Orleans Baby Cakes in their 12th home game of the season, and High Hopes will be the Charity of the Game! During last year’s 2017 season, the Charity of the Game promotion hosted 30 local nonprofits at various home games, and now High Hopes will take its turn. The game begins at 1:05 PM on a Sunday afternoon, and it promises to be a fun and entertaining afternoon for all! Learn more about the Sounds and this opportunity to show your support for High Hopes in this post...
Coordinated by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the Week of the Young Child is a nation-wide celebration of early childhood education. This annual celebration draws attention to the importance of early childhood education and increases awareness of what that entails, while at the same time encouraging a whole lot of good, all-around family fun. This year’s Week of the Young Child is next week: April 15-21, 2018! Here are some ways we will be celebrating the Week of the Young Child next week at High Hopes!
If you’re on the list for receiving emails from us here at High Hopes, you may have heard rumblings of week-long inclusive camps, sensory-friendly community activities and services, seminars for parents, and other exciting events! Well, folks, we’re here to tell you it’s all true. It’s all part of our goal to provide Family Support Services to the community we serve. We have a front row seat to so many of the challenges that can come with raising a child, and these services are one way that we can step up to help families address those challenges. Here are some of the things our Family Support Services program is offering now!
On Monday, January 29th, we will be hosting our 20th Anniversary Hats Off to High Hopes event!
Begun in 1996, Hats Off is our largest annual fundraising event to help us bring hope to children and families in our community. It only gets bigger and better every year, and this year we are looking forward to our third appearance at the Ryman Auditorium, the Church itself!
Taking the stage to support High Hopes will be Jonathan Cain of the band Journey, the Canadian duo High Valley, Dana Glover, and the Bass Brothers! Of course, Hats Off Royalty, Tim Nichols will be there to help complete the evening.
As the exciting night approaches, we thought it might be fun to take a look back at Hats Off through the years.
The inaugural Hats Off to High Hopes benefit was held on a S...