Soundcheck Nashville Owners Ben Jumper and Katie Jumper, their daughter Soundcheck GM Kindal Jumper, and the whole Soundcheck team recently hosted its holiday party and 14th annual Toy Drive on Dec. 9. The event benefited local non-profits including the Last Minute Toy Store, women and children staying with the Nashville Rescue Mission on Rosa Parks Boulevard, and Need Link, providing rent and utility assistance to Nashvillians in need.
In lieu of an in-person party this year, Soundcheck partnered with Gallagher Staging and Manufacturing, MOO TV, Stage Call Corporation, 4 Wall Entertainment, Crew One Productions, Tiff’s Treats and Call Time Coffee for the drive-through donation event. With increased non-profit needs and donations down in 2020 due to the pandemic, Chris Young and Kane Brown also contributed to the cause which allowed Soundcheck and its partners to provide 136 children’s bikes, 40 scooters, skateboards and more to fulfill children’s wish lists.
“I want to thank all of the sponsors of the toy drive this year and everyone that participated,” shared Ben. “You are all in my prayers for a blessed Christmas season.”
While toy donations have been delivered this week, you can still help by sending a donation to @SoundcheckNash via Venmo with contributions going directly to Need Link and the Nashville Rescue Mission.
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