This is an in-person event.
Noah Liff Opera Center
3622 Redmon Street
Nashville, TN 37209
The Bridge Builders Luncheon is the signature, annual fundraiser for Bridges for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing! Harold Foxx, our wonderful comedian from the 2021 virtual event, has agreed to join us this year in person! We are so excited to have the opportunity to see him on the stage!
Tables are still available!
No cost to attend but every guest has an opportunity to make a gift.
This year we are also offering a virtual option for guests who would like to participate but can't attend in person.
Out of respect for each other and particularly our sponsors, many of whom have been on the front lines of providing medical care throughout the pandemic, we are requiring a negative COVID-19 test or vaccination as well as asking all guests to remain masked when not seated at your tables. Thank you for your understanding, cooperation, and support! We are so excited to be together in person once more.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for The Bridge Builders Luncheon , please visit Sponsorship Opportunities or contact Mimi Fondren at email@example.com for complete sponsorship package.
To be placed on the guest list and then at a table, please go the website.
Featured Performing Artist: Harold Foxx
Harold Eugene Catron, Jr., better known by his stage name Harold Foxx, is an American theatre, film, television actor, and comedian who happens to be Deaf. He launched ‘The Harold Foxx Show,’ an online entertainment brand featuring comedy skits, which has gained over 80,000 followers on various social media platforms. Harold was born in Memphis, Tennessee and a graduate of White Station High School, Class of 1999, and went on to graduate from Gallaudet University.
Foxx is best known for his stand-up comedy, which he has performed across the nation in D.C., Maryland, Michigan, St. Louis, Los Angeles, Jamaica, and most notably, at Busboys & Poets, the National Black Deaf Advocates conference, Theatre of Note (Hollywood), and the National Association of the Deaf. Foxx has been involved in numerous film, television, and stage productions, including “The Actor Whisperer,” “For My Woman,” “Audism Unveiled,” Deaf West Theatre and Pasadena Playhouse’s production of “Our Town”, and Playwrights Horizons’ “I Was Most Alive With You” (NYC Off-Broadway Production). Foxx currently resides in Los Angeles, California, where he is training with The Groundlings, the prestigious improvisation and sketch comedy theatre & school based in Los Angeles.