Hall of Fame Health and Fund Recovery hosted at their inaugural charity dinner and concert Tuesday, April 5 at Justin Timberlake’s TwelveThirty Club in Nashville. NFL Stars Charles Haley, Eddie George, Steve Hutchinson, Steve Atwater, George Kittle, and Delanie Walker were among the athletes in attendance to raise funds for the Hall of Fame Family Recovery Fund, helping families that can’t afford addiction or behavioral health treatment get help.
Guests were treated to music by Whelan Stone, Tyler Rich, Jessie James Decker throughout the evening, including surprise performances by Jimmie Allen and Chase Rice. Sam Hunt, Landyn Hutchinson, Dr. Jerome Adams and President of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Jim Porter were among other celebrities in attendance.
ABOUT FUND RECOVERY:
Fund Recovery serves athletes, veterans, their families, and others seeking assistance for mental health or addiction issues. Fund Recovery fills the financial gap between the cost of receiving professional help and the ability for someone to pay. Funded entirely by donations from individuals and corporations, Fund Recovery has provided 587 grants and distributed over $1,000,000 in scholarships, most recently receiving $150,000 from Sana at Stowe, a Vermont-based treatment facility. Fund Recovery provides monetary aid for therapy, drug & alcohol treatment, and sober living for people seeking positive change. For more information or to apply for a grant, visit fundrecovery.org or follow on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook.
Photo credit Jeremiah Wright for Hall of Fame Health