Reba McEntire is busy with her new label, Nash Icon Music (under Big Machine Label Group), but that isn’t stopping her from lending her voice — speaking and singing — to a great cause. Reba, along with fellow Starstruck Management artist, Caroline Kole, will be spending her Valentine’s Day at a very special luncheon in support of the homeless.
The Nashville Rescue Mission’s Hearts of Hope Luncheon will take place on February 14th at the Boone Business Building at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville. The event aims to honor homeless women and children residing at the Nashville Rescue Mission. During the luncheon, Reba will speak to the attendees and sing a couple of songs.
Joining Reba at the event is Country Music #CMchat friend and Starstruck Entertainment recording artist, Caroline Kole. Caroline, who is managed by Reba’s husband Narvel Blackstock, has spent time on the road with Reba and continues to tour with her superstar mentor to date. Caroline’s latest single “If He’d Ever Look Up” was featured on Sirius XM The Highway’s On the Horizon and secured the Number 1 spot on CMT Pure for several weeks.
In discussing the luncheon, Reba stated:
I’m excited to have this opportunity to encourage the women who are guests at Nashville Rescue Mission. There are so many needs among the homeless in our community and I have no idea which one is the most urgent. But the Mission does, they are on the front lines and they need our help. I invite everyone to join us for this special luncheon and be a heart of hope to those who are often marginalized by society.
The President and CEO of Nashville Rescue Mission, Glenn Cranfield, added:
It is a great honor to have Reba as our special guest for the Hearts of Hope Luncheon. She is a country music icon with a compassionate heart. I know this will be an extra special treat for our guests and it’s going to also be a great opportunity for members of the community to learn more about Nashville Rescue Mission. We encourage the community to attend the Hearts of Hope Luncheon, sponsor a table, or donate, and in the process you will be helping our city’s homeless women and children.
Sponsorship opportunities are available for donations from $500 to $10,000. Individuals may attend for a donation of $100. For more information about sponsoring or attending the event, visit nashvillerescuemission.org.