How You Can Help Support Our Annual Jokers & Jackpots Gala!

Jokers and Jackpots Gala

We put the “fun” into “fundraiser” every year here at Bridges Domestic Violence Center, including our Jokers and Jackpots Annual Gala

The Gala is integral to funding our vital domestic violence programs and services. Bridges Domestic Violence Center can make an incredible difference in the lives of those suffering from domestic abuse because of our generous volunteers and sponsors.

What Is The Annual Jokers & Jackpots Gala All About?

Our annual Jokers & Jackpots Gala, to be held this year on November 5, is our largest fundraiser. The Jokers & Jackpots Gala is an evening to help raise money for a worthy cause. This year will be an ‘80s theme! The night will include:

  • Casino games
  • Cocktails
  • Dinner
  • Silent auction
  • Music
  • Dancing

The individual ticket price is:

  • $150/person
  • $290/couple
  • $1,400 for a table of 10


Find out more about this magical evening here.

How Does The Joker & Jackpots Gala Help Bridges Domestic Violence Center?

In addition to having a fantastic evening of fun and friends, you can be assured that your attendance is helping others not so fortunate. Partnering with us for this event helps bring in proceeds supporting our mission.

Here at BDVC, we offer help and resources domestic violence victims need to free themselves from their situation and live more independently. We appreciate the help we receive from our donors and volunteers!

Generous donations and support allow us to offer our services free of charge, including:

  • Exit strategies
  • Emergency shelter
  • Support groups
  • Court advocacy
  • Trusted referrals
  • And much more


Through our team of highly skilled domestic violence advocates, Bridges Domestic Violence Center ensures victims receive safe emergency shelter and resources to support long-term goals of healing, safety, and self-sufficiency for themselves and their loved ones.

We look forward to seeing you on November 5, 2022!

We are a member agency of United Way of Greater Nashville.

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