Project 615’s 2nd annual Nash Spring Bash took place on Sunday, April 17th from Noon-5pm, and was located at Centennial Park. It was a FREE event and open to the public.
This local festival supported Blood:Water Mission which is dedicated to addressing the crisis of HIV/AIDs and providing clean water throughout Africa.
A number of local goods were there to sell their merchandise, as well as several food trucks. There was live music which showcased numerous bands.
Africa has one of the most tragic cases with finding clean water and an epidemic of HIV/AIDS. That’s why we, Project 615, partnered with the Blood:Water Mission yet again for the second year in a row, and nearly 6,000 people showed up to help us raise $1,500 which was used to help build 2 water wells in Africa!
For more information about the amazing work of Blood:Water Mission, visit bloodwater.org.