Friday at 7:00 PM CDT
Join us for our 80's Prom, in celebration of 80 years of service! Tickets are available for purchase and include an open bar, catering by Johnny Haffner, and a night of entertainment.
"Don't Stop Believin"! Do you 'Wanna Dance with Somebody'? 'Celebrate Good Times'? 'Express Yourself'? Then 'Jump"!
Join F&CS to celebrate our 80 years of service with a Super Fun 80's Prom-themed fundraiser on Friday, March 31st, from 7–11 p.m. at the Honey Alexander Center.
Enjoy delectable cocktails while listening to a fantastic 80s cover band, Rubrik's Groove, keeps you dancing up a storm. We'll also have delicious food (Johnny Haffner), and 'cool beans' activities. (Can you say prom pictures?) Prom-themed costumes and 80s attire are encouraged, but not required. However, a Prom King & Queen will be crowned! Will it be you?
For questions, email Beth Hall at [email protected] or call F&CS at 615.320.0591.
More about Family & Children's Service
Family & Children’s Service (F&CS) serves all people in crisis and transition by meeting them where they are, understanding their needs, and connecting them to the resources they need. F&CS often ‘fills in the gaps’ in social services, creating a safety net to ensure that all children and families can be safe and healthy. Each year we provide services to more than 50,000 Tennesseans.
Our mission is to connect individuals and families to hope, to healing, and to one another.
Founded in 1943 by volunteers who helped find adoptive homes for children orphaned during WWII, F&CS is one of Nashville’s oldest and most venerated nonprofits. Throughout our history, F&CS has focused on the most vulnerable children and families, adapting our services to meet the changing needs of our community. From the 1950s through the 1980s, F&CS focused primarily on family and individual counseling and adoption. Though Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services (DCS) took over the adoption process in the 1970s, F&CS continues to provide important supportive services for children in DCS custody and families preparing for adoption. In the 1980s, F&CS greatly expanded its charitable and private practice counseling programs, which served thousands of Middle Tennesseans for nearly two decades until many insurance plans began covering mental health care. For most of its history, F&CS was a primary mental healthcare option for thousands of Middle Tennesseans.
Today F&CS offers a wide array of safety net social services directly to clients and through its many partnerships, collaborations, and referral networks. We are happy to have the community support that has allowed us to continuously adapt our programs to the needs of the community. Thank you for your support!