The Johnny Townsend Foundation’s
Kick-off Event for Single Not Alone
was a Success!
A Personal Message to Those Who Attended
The Johnny Townsend Foundation’s Kick-off event for Single Not Alone that took place on April 23, 2022 at the Bell Tower in Nashville, Tennessee.
All we can say is WOW and THANK YOU. We are speechless by the amount of people who attended The Johnny Townsend Foundation’s Kick-off event for Single Not Alone. It was everything we could have imagined and more.
We were thrilled to have Jamie Floyd–a two-time Grammy nominated songwriter and Nashville-based recording artist–perform “The Good Fight,” a song written by Jamie and songwriter Wrabel for the launch of Single Not Alone. There were countless smiles and tears of joy that were shed during the performance. We can’t thank you enough for your support, Jamie Floyd–and to all who attended.
Thank you to all who attended or donated to the organization. The vision of Single Not Alone is to be the premier organization focused on the mental health and well-being of single mothers and their children by working in collaboration with other organizations in the community. With your support, we will be able to pursue our vision and our mission to improve the lives of single mothers, so they realize that they are not alone.
Thank you to our Sponsors!
By becoming a sponsor, you are supporting Single Not Alone’s mission and improving the lives of single mothers.
‟As a single mom you’ll discover inner strengths and capabilities you never knew you had.”
– Emma-Louise Smith
It is our mission to improve the lives of single mothers,
so they can realize they are not alone.
Single Not Alone is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to providing support for single mothers and their children, focusing on three specific issues:
• Mental health counseling for single mothers and their children
• Assistance with funding and equipment necessary for after school
and extracurricular activities
• Emergency medical care funding for single mothers and their children
The U.S. has the world’s highest rate of children living in single-parent households. (Source: Pew Research) According to the U.S. Census, 75 percent of those parents are mothers.
While each family’s situation is different, studies show that children raised in single-parent homes tend to face more struggles than children from homes with two parents.
We are here to provide information and resources to educate those unaware of the challenges single mothers face everyday. Follow us on social media to show support and spread the word!