Vanderbilt Legends Charity Basketball Game
Saturday, July 1, 2017
12:00 pm to
Vanderbilt University Memorial Gymnasium
The Vanderbilt Legends Charity Basketball Game is brainchild of Philadelphia Eagles star and Vandy alum Jordan Matthews. Jordan is bringing together NFL stars and other university football legends to go head-to-head on the court with with men who serve as role models for ending violence against women and girls in Nashville.
A Vanderbilt Alumni “Legends” team will include Jordan and current and former NFL players. The Real Heroes of Nashville team will consist of police, firefighters, teachers, and community leaders including Shan Foster, Ron Johnson, Drew Maddux, and more.
Doors open at 10 a.m.
Vanderbilt Legends Charity Basketball Game Background
After taking a tour of the YWCA's Weaver Domestic Violence Center and learning about the violence prevention initiative MEND, Jordan was compelled to help. Through Matthews Mission, Jordan is working to raise awareness for the YWCA's domestic violence programs. Proceeds will help Matthews Mission serve the community by benefiting the YWCA and MEND Nashville.
The Matthews Mission Fund is a component fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
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