2019-2020 IOE PARTNER
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Standing together to bring FREEDOM to a
forgotten village in Uganda.
During the 2019-20 academic year, BGA and Project R12 will work together to bring freedom to
a village that has never had access to clean water, health care or education.
A village where the children live in poverty, go days without food, and fear being kidnapped.
We are honored to be the 2019-2020 IOE Partners.
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Join us Thurs., Nov. 7 for an incredible evening as Project R12 unveils the stories of The Forgotten Village.
Set in historic Liberty Hall at The Factory in Franklin, the Gala will begin at 7 p.m. with a cocktail hour, featuring:
an open bar with beer, wine and signature libations.
a Ugandan market with items made by single mothers trained through PR12’s Genesis Project.
a silent auction with opportunities to bid on Caribbean vacations, Disney Park Hopper Passes, chef dinners, trips to 30A and more.
Following the cocktail hour, you’ll enjoy a four-course dinner prepared by Chef Aaron Clemins, one of Nashville’s top chefs, while founders Clint and Tara Moseley present exclusive footage and an opportunity to partner and transform lives in The Lost Village.
Who is Project R12?
founded by BGA’s 2019 Distinguished Young Alumna Tara (Hodgson ’05) Moseley
PR12 is a nonprofit humanitarian organization based in Nashville and bringing freedom to central
Uganda’s most vulnerable. Since our founding in 2012, more than 160,000 lives have been
changed through our work to provide access to clean water, education, job training and safe
housing for at-risk women, children and families.