Nashville’s leading philanthropic apparel company, Project 615, hosted its third annual Nashvember Festival at Track One on Saturday. It brought together Music City’s most popular and vibrant local musicians and artisans to raise funds and support for Room In the Inn, a nonprofit dedicated to rehabilitating the city’s homeless.
Nashvember was sponsored by Lightning 100, TailGate Beer, FashionABLE, Major Family Chiropractic, and Nashville Cookie Company. The festival hosted more than 60 local business and food vendors, including award-winning food trucks like The Grilled Cheeserie, Banh Mi and Roll Factory, Dough Box Pizza, and more. From jewelry and men’s grooming tools to pet accessories, the festival showcased and spotlighted thriving local businesses, while supporting the local homeless.
About Project 615:
Project 615 is a local, philanthropic apparel company that is dedicated to supporting and making a meaningful impact in Nashville’s homeless communities. Founded in 2010 by Derek Evans and Matt Blinco, Project 615 works alongside Set Free Church to help rehabilitate and empower men recovering from addiction, mental illness and homelessness through job training and employment opportunities. Today, Project 615 is one of Music City’s most popular t-shirt companies, with designs worn by celebrities and popular musicians including Lady Gaga, Drake White, Thomas Rhett, Miley Cyrus, Jana Kramer and more. The social enterprise has employed nearly 40 men and donated more than $55,000 to Set Free Church and additional world-changing organizations.