You helped us raise $150,000 to give men a chance to change their lives!
We stood strong together as we honored the work the 4:13 Strong men have done and heard their remarkable stories of transformation during our fourth annual 4:13 Strong fundraising dinner.
More than 250 people came out to support the ministry of 4:13. In addition to some great food from our friends at Flavor Catering and some awesome music from 4:13 Strong board member David Duvall, we heard powerful testimonies from our 4:13 Strong graduates.
It was incredibly moving to see our 4:13 Strong men proudly take the stage and encourage each other as they shared what they had learned and achieved through their hard work and determination.
We also heard a powerful story of second chances from Devin, one of our current participants, who urged those in the room to find strength in their faith and never give up. You can watch Devin’s story below.
We ended the evening with an original song by Fred, one of Devin’s classmates titled “Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life.” The catchy lyrics served as a reminder that in order to truly change, you have to put in the work and set your mind to it.
I am thrilled to be able to report that we exceeded our fundraising goal! We set a goal of raising $60,000 for the evening, and at the moment we are at $71,000 with pledges and donations still coming in. After including the donations from our table sponsors and the generous matching gift, the total funds raised from the dinner are $150,000!
If you were unable to join us at the dinner but would still like to make a contribution to the ministry, it is not too late. You can donate online with a credit card or by sending a check to:
P.O. Box 101425
Nashville, TN 37224
On behalf of the 4:13 Strong board, the 4:13 Strong staff and all the men who are benefiting from the 4:13 Strong program, thank you! Your generosity and the outpouring of prayer, support and encouragement coming from the dinner is such a huge blessing. I can’t wait to see how God works through 4:13 Strong to impact the men of our city.