BACKGROUND AND MISSION
Growing up near New Orleans, Lauren quickly learned that no one is a stranger; her home has always had an open door. Her family would welcome in those in need and neighbors alike. For Lauren, this created a value of diversity and an understanding of humanity’s uniqueness. Because of this, she founded The Price Fund to honor and memorialize her grandfather who taught her how to love the world one relationship at a time.
Lauren’s mission is to instill hope and love among all people, no matter their background. She invests time into people and actively works to heal wounds and injustices experienced by others.
At its core, the Price Fund is designed to establish care for children, elderly, and those in need around the world through communal initiatives and outreach.
While the impact of Lauren’s giving reaches all ages from all corners of the globe, the focus of 2020 hits much closer to home. From an early age, the jazz music that permeated the streets New Orleans found its way into her soul. Music sparked creativity, offered comfort, provided an outlet and so much more. Through music, Lauren found a gifting and calling and she wants to provide all children with the same opportunity – to reveal a piece of their stories.
This transformative medium, heard on countless city blocks, is quickly disappearing from New Orleans schools. As a result, access to music and all its benefits, are in short supply in communities that need it most.
Through partnerships with several organizations, The Price Fund brings music back to the classroom by training teachers, bringing performances and programs to schools and providing resources and materials to fuel creativity and impact communities for years to come.
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The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
P.O. Box 440225 | Nashville, TN 37244