Come out to the Embassy Suites in Cool Springs for dinner, drinks, dancing, and more, on Saturday, February 13. Tickets are $125 per person or $1,000 for a table of 10. As one of the most anticipated events of the year and serving as the nonprofit’s primary fundraiser, the Mardi Gras Ball is a unique event where a nominated Royal Court will battle one another to see who can raise the most donations for My Friend’s House. The top male and female nominees will be crowned King and Queen!
About My Friend’s House
My Friend’s House Family and Children’s Services was founded by Juvenile Court Judge Jane Franks after she grew frustrated by the lack of facilities in the area to house and care for boys that needed to be removed from an unhealthy home environment. The non-profit began operations in 1988 and has since provided a home and services for more than 2,000 boys and their families. Located at 626 Eastview Circle in Franklin, My Friend’s House provides a variety of programs and services to help youth recover from adverse situations and to become successful young adults. It is the only private residential program serving young men in Williamson County. For more information, please call 615.790.8553 or visit myfriendshousetn.org.