Join us for the 2016 Women of Hope luncheon

Featuring Jimmy Wayne, musician, author and speaker

Jimmy Wayne is a former foster kid turned country music singer/songwriter whose songs and story highlight his mission to bring awareness to kids who age out of the foster system and become homeless. With hits such as "Put Your Hand In Mine," "I Love You This Much," and "Paper Angels," he released "Do You Believe Me Now," his biggest hit to date for which he earned the millionaire award for having one million radio spins in America. In 2009, Jimmy toured with Brad Paisley and recorded "Sara Smile" with Daryl Hall and John Oates. In 2010, Jimmy walked halfway across America to raise awareness for kids aging out of the system. The next year he became CASA’s national spokesperson and released the novel Paper Angels which became a made-for-TV movie with the same title. In 2012, Jimmy helped get the bill passed extending the age of foster care to 21 in both California and Tennessee. Jimmy lives in Nashville and continues to raise awareness for kids by writing, singing, and speaking.

Event Details

Thursday, October 27, 2016
11:00 to 1:30 pm

DoubleTree Bloomington

Contact Us

A variety of sponsorship levels and benefits are available. If you are interested in sponsoring Women of Hope or would like to volunteer or need event information, contact Claudia Fernandez at cfernandez@treehouseyouth.org or call 952.238.1010