The Kids to Love Foundation has set the date for its annual Denim & Diamonds fundraiser, which supports girls at the nonprofit’s Davidson Farms foster home.
The 6th annual event takes place at The Jackson Center in Huntsville April 30. Doors open at 6 p.m.
Nashville country music duo The Springs will be the musical guest. Tickets for the fundraiser can be bought here.
"Denim and Diamonds is an amazing night of celebrating our girls," says Lee Marshall, Founder/CEO of Kids to Love. "Guests get to hear how our girls are thriving in life, and this year is going to feature a story that we can't wait to share! It truly captures the meaning of Hope, Heal, Home at Davidson Farms."
The Springs is comprised of Alabama natives Stewart Halcomb and Holly Helms. The husband and wife duo first met while performing in Nashville. Since then, The Springs have made regular appearances at the CMA Music Festival and have opened for stars like Florida Georgia Line, Kelly Clarkson, Reba, Little Big Town, Eric Church and Alan Jackson. Their album “Old Fashioned” hit #33 on the Billboard Country Chart.
Davidson Farms has been a licensed foster home for girls since August 2017. Unlike most group homes, the focus at Davidson Farms is on creating a family. Girls learn to swim, drive and enjoy typical teen activities that don’t exist in other foster group placements.
Currently Kids to Love is building a community of cottages at the Farm for girls who live there and are aging out of foster care.
Davidson Farms is named in honor of the late Dr. Dorothy Davidson, whose generosity allowed Kids to Love to buy the property. You can read more about Davidson Farms and find out how you can help at www.kidstolove.org/davidson-farms.
The Kids to Love Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to meeting the immediate needs of foster children. Since its incorporation in 2004, Kids to Love has reached more than 290,000 foster children, rescuing them and meeting their needs. For more information, visit their website at www.kidstolove.org.