Country Fuzz Presents
The Cadillac Three has created Country Fuzz Presents, a live stream concert series and Second Harvest benefit. The band’s goal is to raise 100,000 meals in 100 days.
The Southern rock/outlaw country band and their many friends will stream shows live from The Basement, a special venue for the Nashville born-and-bred trio since their early days together.
“We are so excited to have partnered with Grimey’s and The Basement in our hometown to bring high quality live stream concerts from not only TC3 but a number of our artist friends that have been sidelined from touring as well,” said drummer Neil Mason. “Country Fuzz Presents is a way to give fans direct access to music in a time when we all desperately need and miss it.”
Confirmed artists include: The Cadillac Three, A Thousand Horses, Austin Jenckes, Bare JR. Reunion, Boy Named Banjo, Caleb Lee Hutchinson, Daniel Donato, Dark Water featuring Kristian Bush, Drake White, Hailey Whitters, Hannah Dasher, HEY STEVE, Lauren Jenkins, Lillie Mae, Ray Fulcher, Steve Moakler, Tenille Arts and The Wild Feathers, with more to be announced in the coming weeks.
News 2 Food to Families
Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and News 2 WKRN-TV are teaming up once again for the News 2 Food 2 Families School Food Drive!
There’s no doubt the world looks different this year, but our neighbors need our help now more than ever. So we’re giving schools several different options to accommodate both students in the classroom and students who are learning virtually.
Not only is News 2 Food 2 Families an opportunity for local schools to fight hunger, but it’s also an opportunity to show children that they too can make a difference in their community.
Virtual Book Club
Welcome to our new book club! We’re kicking it off with A Framework for Understanding Poverty by Ruby K. Payne.
People struggling with poverty face challenges virtually unknown to others – challenges from both obvious and hidden sources. This breakthrough book will improve your understanding of people from all socioeconomic backgrounds.
Read the book, and then join us online where we’ll discuss what we learned and how it relates to food insecurity.
This free, educational event is designed with Second Harvest volunteers in mind, but there’s no volunteer component and everyone is welcome. Recommended for ages 16 and older.
Register for this virtual event through our volunteer system.
Find the book:
Amazon Smile (remember to choose Second Harvest as your designated Amazon Smile charity)