Hearts For Hope

 

The 2017 Hearts for Hope Gala

Together we are “Building a Better Memphis”

The Associated General Contractors - West Tennessee Branch has a Heart to help those in need. Join us and together we will work toward Building Better Relationships, Building Better Communities, and Building Better Careers and Job Opportunities. Together we are “Building a Better Memphis.”

When: Saturday, February 11, 2017,  6:00PM - midnight
Where: Woodland Hills Event Center

What: Hearts for Hope Gala is an enjoyable evening with Live Music by The Soul Shockers, Dancing, a Buffet Style Dinner (heavy hors d’oeuvres), Drinks (cash bar), and Silent and Live Auctions with autographed sports memorabilia, autographed items from famous music artists, weekend couples retreats, dinner for two at various restaurants, and much more.
 
This year, proceeds will support Memphis Athletic Ministries (MAM). MAM provides access to year round quality mentoring programs with well-trained staff to at-risk youth, ages 8 to 18, through 8 neighborhood centers in disadvantaged Memphis neighborhoods in partnership with families, schools and community organizations. What do the youth say about MAM? 94% of MAM youth say MAM programs have made them a better person. 94% now plan to go to college. 59% now participate in community service projects. MAM’s work in Memphis neighborhoods is truly “Building a Better Memphis.” Please take a moment to learn more about MAM at www.mamsports.org/about.
 
Get your tickets now for the 2017 Hearts for Hope Gala. We encourage you to invite your friends, neighbors and business associates. Be sure to purchase tickets early. We hope you will consider being an Event Sponsor. Event Sponsors are of vital importance to the success of this event.
 
You really can make a difference!

 

Memphis Athletic Ministries Video - Click Here to View

 

Hearts For Hope 2017 - Click Here To Register!

 

Amy Speropoulos is our Master of Ceremonies for the Hearts for Hope Gala.

Amy Speropoulos has been in the Memphis Television Market for 17 years. She graduated from the University of Alabama with a Degree in Journalism and after working her way through the state of Alabama with a variety of Networks, she got hired with the CBS Affiliate in Southeast Missouri. Several years later Amy took in Memphis and moved to the station on the River, WREG in 1999. What was intended to be a step in her career turned out to be a stop, when she met her husband and became Amy Speropoulos. Fast forward to another TV Station, this time on Union Avenue, and 3 little girls, Amy Speropoulos did early mornings for 6 years with WMC. In November she left the 3 A-M shift for Local 24, where she has her own show, Local Memphis Live and as a full time mommy of 3, wife and Christian woman she now spends an hour a day telling the community about the place she proudly calls HOME. You can see Amy, weekdays at 9 a-m on Local 24. 

 

2017 Hearts For Hope - Supporting
Memphis Athletic Ministries

 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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