Les Passees is Memphis’ oldest non-profit women’s organization. Our members provide advocacy and support to enhance the quality of life for children and families in the Memphis community. Our charities receive 100% of donations made to Les Passees.
Thursday, September 12th, 2019 at 888 S. White Station Road, Memphis – 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm hors d’oeuvres until 9:00 pm – Buy tickets online for $25 donation in Shop until Tuesday 9/10, or $30 donation at the door.
Stronger children make stronger communities. Les Passees supports the Harwood Center, teaching life skills to preschoolers with learning and physical differences. Les Passees stands behind the Harwood mission: to enable children with special developmental needs to reach their full potential.
In 2019, Les Passees celebrates 33 years of Stock Exchange. This fundraiser offers the best of upscale home, decorative items and furniture consignment. Proceeds from Stock Exchange support the Les Passees Kids on the Block and the Harwood Center. Join us for our biggest season ever this fall. Forms for Stock Exchange
The magic of children teaching other kids is revealed with each performance of the child-sized puppets of the Les Passees Kids on the Block. Their powerful messages for Memphis area school children include coping with bullying, anger management, and saying no to drugs and alcohol.
Baptist Women’s Hospital affiliates with Sesame Street. The
Universal Parenting Place at Baptist Women’s Hospital offers
their services at no charge to all parents and caregivers. Baptist
and Les Passees partner together to provide Healthy Habits
programs for Kids on the Block here in the Midsouth.
Les Passees grants Harwood Center $50,000. Students, teachers,
and staff came out to receive the check. Pictured are: student
Taylee Hale with Cheryl, JJ, student Maurice Webster with
Rachel Lauletta, Brender Gitter, Helena Powell, Harwood
Executive Director, LP members Suzanne Oliphant, Kathy Sapp,
Norann McManus, ad Harwood staff members Sarah Pruett and
Mary Sexton, Kathy Sapp, and Suzanne Oliphant present the
Neighborhood Christian Center Executive Director, Ephie
Johnson, with $1,262, a gift from Les Passees members
collected at the December meeting.
Spending time with a Kids on the Block puppet
Ramping up for Stock Exchange
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