Graceworks 2011 Benefit Bonanza
April 7, 2011 at Liberty Hall in The Factory at Franklin.
From the Gracework’s Site:
Graceworks hosted over 350 guests at the annual Benefit Bonanza held April 7, 2011 at Liberty Hall in The Factory at Franklin. What a wonderful opportunity to share the Graceworks story through music and testimonials, accompanied by friends and a good meal. The Silent Auction featured another opportunity to support Graceworks. Lee Greenwood capped the night with a performance featuring his famous hit “God Bless the USA.” Thank you to all who attended the Bonanza, as well as those who helped in various capacities to make the evening such a success.
Springtree provided audio, lighting, and video projection services for this event.
Graceworks Ministries is a Christian-based, nonprofit ministry funded by individuals, businesses, civic groups, churches and the Graceworks Thrift Store.
We supply the basics of life to help move families past a point of crisis. We also offer prayer and spiritual support, and do our best to help any resident of Williamson County regardless of their personal faith. Help will not be denied on the basis of faith.
Graceworks began in 1995 to help several local churches screen requests for assistance and determine the validity of the need for food, monetary help or clothing. In 2009, Graceworks served over 7,500 households and touched the lives of over 21,000 people in Williamson County, thanks to the help and support of our partners, volunteers and churches.