NASHVILLE, TENN. - Tennessee State
University in cooperation with the Martha O’Bryan Center of Nashville helped
grant Christmas wishes for numerous families on Friday, Dec. 21 at the
A meal was provided before the men's basketball game between TSU and South Carolina-Upstate and gifts were presented after the game.
The Martha O’Bryan Center (MOBC) was founded in 1894 and began operating at its current site in Cayce Place of East Nashville in 1948.
"To be able to make a difference in the lives of
others is a true blessing and something that we will continue to do, just not
during the holidays," Athletics Director Teresa Phillips said. "I would like to thank the entire athletic department for their generosity
during the holiday season,”
Since 1894, the Martha O’Bryan Center has provided resources to individuals and families, empowering them to achieve independence and success. They believe that communities are healthiest when parents are working and children are succeeding in schools. Thanks to their supporters, volunteers, partners and the families they serve, they are changing the expectations of achievement and engagement for all in East Nashville.
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