Benefit Concerts
The Sogno Project was created as a way to raise money for your local community while bringing awareness to Music & the Arts.

Sogno

prounounced Sewn-Yo, is the Italian word for DREAM...

OUR MISSION
"Raising money for your local community while bringing awareness to Music & the Arts"
-  Kelly Culbreth,  Founder

OUR VISION

Although the main goal is to raise money - our Secondary Objectives include using
The Sogno Project to...
 
 
 

Advocate the importance of counseling. 

Encourage others to seek out their passions and to use their talents.
 
Recognize and bring awareness of the work being done by non-profit
                       organizations in your community.

Promote local businesses.

Inspire the movement of getting more involved in your community.
2015 Profits will Benefit:
DOORS of HOPE helps female 
 ex-offenders build a stable, healthy, productive life after incarceration.  Most offenders lose not only freedom, but also jobs, housing, income, relationships, and self-worth as well.  Most ex-offenders are completely alone in their struggle to build a new life.  Volunteers with Doors of Hope walk life WITH them for one full year after release, during a very vunerable time. 
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BRANCHES is a support center providing counseling and emotional support for those who find themselves broken by Addiction, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Shame  and more.  Counselors work with couples, individuals, children, and teens in  Middle Tennesse and beyond.
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The Sogno Project's founder, Kelly Lee Culbreth, has become a huge advocate of counseling.  
 
"Whether it’s Homelessness, Addiction, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Emotional Trauma, or any other issue facing members of our community – Counseling is KEY in becoming whole again and overcoming these obstacles.  Unfortunately, the people that need counseling the most can’t afford it.  So, all the money raised from this concert will go into a Scholarship Fund at Branches to be used by the woman from Doors of Hope.”

CLICK HERE for information on our Sept 3rd Benefit Concert 
featuring:
John Elefante, former lead singer of KANSAS.