The Westhaven Foundation is an officially registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit entity that was formed approximately 11 years ago. The mission of the organization is to serve our community through financial support and volunteerism and to be a catalyst to help others in the community conduct programs of their own. The Westhaven Foundation is expected to reach $1,000,000 in cumulative charitable donations in the coming year.
Our primary giving focus is to fund leading edge medical research in the areas of childhood cancer, funding for public educational programs at local schools, provide college scholarships to students that exemplify service to others and to promote the arts and life-long learning.
Ashley Haylett 2017 Lift Winner
Annelise Breuher 2017 Fountain Winner
Fountain and Lift Scholarships
Application season is now closed
Scholarship Application Season has now closed, please stay tuned for the announcement of winners!
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PorchFest will include over 75 performers playing on front porches in the Westhaven community from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., followed by a concert on the lake.
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Supporters raise $2,000 for the Steve Moore Memorial Fund
Many of you know Steve Moore and his wife KK. He was very active on the tennis courts in westhaven where he spent many fun times with his friends and family. Because of this, we have raised funds and purchased a bench to be placed in his honor at the new tennis courts. Southern Land Company, LLC has approved a bench which costed $2,000.
Any excess funds collected and not used for either the plaque or the bench would be donated towards Pancreatic Cancer research.
Residents give $65K donation to fund cancer research
As the leaves change colors the nation gets a little “pinker”. October is famous for cancer awareness month but each September, locals are raising awareness for a cause that effects our neighbors. 2017 marks the 13th year of the local event, Franklin 4 the Cure. The event was founded by the Stacey family, in the wake of their mother, Teresa Stacey’s 12-year battle with cancer in 2001. This event encompasses a morning run, Race 4 the Cure, and an evening concert, Concert 4 the Cure. Together, both events raise money for a cause that is very close to home.
Monroe Carell Jr Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt is quite often known as one of the nation’s leading...
Ashley Haylett named 2017 Lift Scholarship winner
The Westhaven Foundation would like to congratulate Ashley Haylett on receiving the 2017 Lift Scholarship Award. Ashley exemplifies outstanding qualities in community service and volunteerism. Her volunteer achievements include participation in 4-H and Agriculture Awareness programs, service with seniors, service as Chairman of the Junior Fair Board and volunteer for Williamson County Fair, time as a Junior basketball coach, service with Graceworks and The Girls Scouts, volunteering at the Special Olympics, and participating in community beautification and cleanup projects. Ashley is the president of the Young Rotarian Interact Club and a member of the Girls Cotillion. During...
Annelise Brueher named 2018 Fountain Scholarship winner
The Westhaven Foundation would like to congratulate Annelise Brueher on receiving the 2017 Fountain Scholarship Award. Annelise exemplifies exceptional qualities in the field of community service and volunteerism. Some of her volunteer achievements include mission work in the Dominican Republic, tutoring and participation in community theatre arts. She is a National Honors Society student, a member of her student council, a first place winner in DECA, class president, student body presidents, and cheer captain. She states “[volunteering] has taught me that life isn’t as much about me as it is about other people and it has given me a sense of purpose”. She plans to attend the...
Monroe Carell Jr Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt To Receive Donation from The Westhaven Foundation
In a follow up to this year’s tenth annual Franklin 4 The Cure Run and Concert 4 The Cure event, The Westhaven Foundation will donate $120,000 to benefit Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. A check presentation was held on Wednesday, December 3rd at 5:30 p.m. at The Westhaven Golf Club in Franklin, Tennessee.
The Westhaven community hosted Franklin 4 The Cure; an all-day event which includes “Run 4 The Cure 5K Run Walk” and “Concert 4 The Cure.” All proceeds from both events will be included in the donation to the Franklin 4 The Cure Discovery Grant supporting cancer research at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.