Make your first stop The Ivy Center of Nashville. You will immediately notice its unique style. Located on a 3-acre lot, the 7,300 square foot structure will seat 300 people theatre style/250 banquet style, provide conference room seating for smaller groups and gatherings, a foyer with a fire place for intimate setting activities such as bridge parties and teas. 172 parking spaces accommodate parking needs.
This facility is available to the greater Nashville community for use to host events such as weddings, receptions, social, religious and cultural activities, etc.
For more information, contact The Ivy Center of Nashville’s Management Team, 615-255-1908
Annual scholarship support of over $10,000 is shared by these local Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs): Tennessee State University, Fisk University, Meharry Medical College, and American Baptist College.
TSU, the Chapter’s adopted HBCU receives an annual donation. Fisk, Meharry and American Baptist College receive donations on a rotating basis. Donations to further on-going research have also been presented to Meharry Medical College and Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital.
The Biennial Precious Pearls Cotillion: Throughout its eighty-eight year history, Alpha Delta Omega Chapter has sponsored many fund-raising projects in order to support its mission of promoting scholarship, and being of “greater service to all mankind.” From the early thirties to the early seventies, the chapter sponsored several different kinds of fund raising events. These included fashion shows, car raffles, concerts, stage plays and a bridge tournament. Proceeds from these activities allowed the awarding of a maximum of two scholarships to graduating high school seniors each year.
The Ivy Center Foundation of Nashville, Incorporated (formerly The Alpha Delta Omega Foundation, Incorporated) was established by the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Alpha Delta Omega Chapter in 1984. The Foundation was incorporated on May 19, 1985. A Tax ID Number was granted to the Foundation by the Internal Revenue Service in September 1985. In 2011 the name of the Foundation was changed to The Ivy Center Foundation of Nashville, Incorporated. The purposes of the Foundation are:
1. To establish an organization designated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes
2. To receive such donations and gifts from the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated, Alpha Delta Omega Chapter, and from such other groups, persons, and organizations and to manage the use of the same exclusively for charitable, educational, and scholarship purposes, and
3. To promote charitable and educational services as an association of members of Alpha Kappa Sorority, Incorporated, Alpha Delta Omega Chapter under 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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