‘Women for Women Showcase’ benefits ‘Thistle Farms’
Prostitution, trafficking, addiction victims aided by performers

Last updated on October 3rd, 2014 at 04:56 pm

Bound’ry hosted the Women for Women Showcase on Feb. 19. Servers from Bound’ry and South Street gathered in the Phoenix Room for a concert, showcasing singer/songwriter talents.

This memorable performance focused on raising money for one of Nashville’s most worthy organizations, Thistle Farms, one of Nashville’s most loved and supported organizations, fostering women.

The event included live performances, complimentary food and drink, and a silent auction.

Thistle Farms is a social enterprise of Nashville’s ever growing, Magdalene House, a charity created to foster women who have survived lives of prostitution, trafficking, addiction, and life on the streets.

At Thistle Farms, the women create natural body care products, by hand. Magdalene House furnishes housing for 30 residents and graduates, and provides outreach services to women still living on the streets. New residents are given a key and are offered the necessary resources to maintain recovery, heal from childhood wounds, become physically healthy and find employment.

Performers included: Aberdeen Green, Brittany Hadley Music, Courtney Drummey, Alexandera Saad, and Becky Kinder. Additional Special Guests: Morgan Myles and Luisa Lopez.

In 1993, restaurateurs, Joe Davis and Brian Gruber, established one of Nashville’s first fine dining restaurants, Bound’ry, a restaurant where old world philosophy meets modern technique to create stand out cuisine and an unforgettable experience. Over the last 20 years, Bound’ry has been a huge part of Nashville’s growth and continues to be a catalyst for the ever-growing food community. Signing on in 2012, executive chef Philip Shyatt strives to provide guests with an approachable, sustainable menu using unique game and vegetables. Bound’ry is located at 911 20th Ave. South, Nashville, Tenn. 37212.
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