NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A foundation created in honor of one of the Waffle House shooting victims is now taking requests to help grieving mothers.
DeEbony Groves was one of four killed when a gunman opened fire in an Antioch Waffle House in 2018. Her mother, Shirl Baker, has created a foundation in her daughter’s name to help mothers who’ve lost a child through tragic death.
The DeEbony Groves Foundation is taking requests or recommendations starting Wednesday and continuing until January 31. The goal is to invite 20 mothers in the Tennessee area to an expenses-paid weekend to be empowered, inspired, pampered and receive foundation information and knowledge from grief counselors.
Please submit contact information and a brief paragraph on their loss or why the mother would be a good candidate to attend to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also donate to Hope 4 the Future at the following address:
The DeEbony Groves Foundation
P.O. Box 1023
Gallatin, Tennessee 37066