Community Outreach Events
The 1st Annual Hats & Heels Benefit Showcase featuring Pamela "The Saxtress" Williams on October 23rd at 7pm in The Broken Spoke Saloon. Admission is $20. Proceeds benefit cancer research as well as outreach programs for homeless Veterans and transitioning citizens. Call 615-673-4323 for more information.
Be sure to listen to Jazzy 88 WFSK's Radiothon this weekend. Tune in from 5PM - 7PM to hear more about the outreach programs of the B Love Foundation, Inc.
The 1st Annual Hats & Heels Benefit Showcase featuring Paula Atherton on October 9th at 7pm & 9pm. Admission is $20. Proceeds benefit cancer research as well as outreach programs for homeless Veterans and transitioning citizens. Call 615-673-4323 for more information.
Join us for Mellow Mondayz at the Broken Spoke Saloon featuring Nashville's own...Don Adams Band!
Broken Spoke Saloon
1406 Brick Church Pike Nashville, TN 37207
August 21, 2017
7pm - 10pm
Food & Drink Specials!!!
Mellow out your Monday with the smooth and funky sounds of the Don Adams Band while enjoying some good food or unwinding with a refreshing beverage.
It's happening every Monday from 7pm - 10pm at the Broken Spoke Saloon!
Door prizes, good music, comfortable atmosphere and delicious food with great service.
Come support Nashville's artists and outreach!
Portion of the proceeds will benefit the B Love Foundation, Inc. and other charitable outreach programs in Middle TN.
Sunday, August 6, 2017
3:00PM till 8:30PM
The Music City Rhythm & Ribs Fest is a fundraising event purposed to raised funds to support the outreach efforts of Operational Stand Down Tennessee, B Love Foundation, Inc. and other charitable organizations that are faith-based and community-oriented. Festival proceeds will be utilized to provide academic and athletic enrichment programs for youth and provide occupational empowerment for transitioning Veterans in under served communities in Middle TN.
The event will feature live local, regional and national artists; food, craft and merchandise vendors; live painting by a visual artist; promotional giveaways; back to school giveaways; free dental screenings and "Best BBQ Ribs" Contest.
It will be a family friendly, soul enriching environment for all to enjoy!
ADA Accommodations will be provided.
FREE Admission for children 12 and under.
ABSOLUTELY NO coolers, food or beverages are permitted in the park during
the event. Lawn chairs, blankets, shade tents and umbrellas are permitted.
Advance tickets ONLY $15 per person!!
"Help us help transitioning souls restore hope and reintegrate into society as employable citizens." Board Chairman, B Love Foundation, Inc.
For sponsorship and vending opportunities call 615-673-4323 or email
1st Annual Spring Love Event
April 15, 2017
New Zion Baptist Church
141 N. Upland Ave.
Event will showcase B Love Foundation, Inc.'s program initiatives to impact under-represented, disadvantage citizens experiencing hardship and transition as well as outreach programs for the Dayton community.
The event will include performances, presentations, food, fellowship, door prizes, and a youth Easter Egg Hunt.
Performances include musical and interpersonal expressions by talented youth.
Guest speakers include:
Maurice "Mo" Douglass, Springfield High School Football Coach, Former NFL player, Entrepreneur, and Financial Strategist.
Toya Luckie, Owner of FreeFlow/VCC and LuckieStarEntertainment, LCC
Proceeds benefit outreach initiatives of charitable non-profit organizations in the Dayton community. All contributions are tax-deductible. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
Black Strokes "Rhythmic Art Expressions" : Women's Month Showcase
March 24, 2017
This Women's Month event showcase was sponsored in part by B Love Foundation, Inc. and Transitional Housing & Work Programs of Davidson County INC. The event included spoken word, live music, and live painting. As well as, good food and a good time at a great place! Plus, a silent auction at the end of the showcase.
Be love first...Be nothing but love!
Black Strokes "Rhythmic Art Expressions" : Black History Month Showcase
February 24, 2017
This Black History Month event showcase was sponsored in part by B Love Foundation, Inc. and Transitional Housing & Work Programs of Davidson County INC. The event included spoken word, live music, and live painting. As well as, good food and a good time at a great place! Plus, a silent auction at the end of the showcase.
Be love first...Be nothing but love!