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"Committed to the reunification and living enhancement of the Lost Boys of Sudan who have made Nashville their home."
 
Posters from our upcoming art exhibit "Africa to America - Unity In Art" are available for purchase, see below!

 

Poster
Thank You!
All of us at the Lost Boys Foundation of Nashville would like to express our sincere thanks to every sponsor, donor, walker and volunteer that helped make last weekend's "Journey of Hope - Music Row Walk-A-Thon" a huge success. Over 160 walkers turned out, and the support was beyond anything we could have expected. It gives the Lost Boys community so much hope to see that our friends and neighbors would spend their Saturday morning walking in support and memory of the Lost Boy's journey for freedom. We are already excited to plan next year's walk-a-thon, and we look forward to building on the successes of this year. We hope to see you soon at upcoming events at the Center!
 
The Journey of Hope - Music Row Walk-A-Thon Photos are available to be viewed and purchased! The Nashville Camera Club has graciously offered to donate 100 percent of all sales of these pictures to The Lost Boys Foundation!

Click Here to View Walk-a-Thon Pictures

Click here for pricing and purchase information of the Walk-a-Thon Pictures

 
 
Hand crafted ornaments by the Lost Boys of Sudan are back
for the 2011 holiday season. Last year you made the cow ornaments a huge success, so this year we're offering more colors and more African animals.  Gabriel Wal makes the precious cows and gazelles and Chol Garang makes the adorable antelopes, each with the same joy that they once found in making animals from the mud as children. They'd love to pass along that same joy to you this holiday season.

Get one for yourself and for everyone on your gift list!


Only $10 each! plus S&H if shipping
Animal/Color
 
 
 
   

Now available for pickup at the center, we are pleased to present a new coffee mug featuring the work of Bol Aweng. The proceeds from sales of the mugs go to the Foundation to continue supporting the Lost Boys Community.  Swing by the center in December (closed the 24th and 25th) between 11am-3pm, at 535 4th Avenue South, to pick up one of these great new coffee mugs.
 

Coffee Mug  
 
 

 

 

We are happy to announce

you can now start your day off

with a flavorful cup of

Lost Boys of Sudan coffee.

 

 

CASABLANCA COFFEE & The Lost Boys Foundation have partnered to bring you a bold, smooth,  flavorful cup of coffee made from a premium blend of 100% Arabica beans.

Casablanca Coffee: 601 12th Avenue South in the Gulch

www.casablancacoffee.com

We sincerely thank Casablanca Coffee for generously donating their profit from each pound of coffee sold at their shop to benefit

 

   

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the Lost Boys Foundation of Nashville
the Lost Boys Foundation of Nashville, Tennessee

P. O. Box 121917 - Nashville, TN 37212 - (615) 256-8302
info@thelostboysfoundation.org