Preds Ownership Group Members Make $75,000 Donation To Crossroads Campus Nashville

The Preds Foundation presenting a check at Crossroads’ current location with Gnash and Stephanie Grane. Photo: Courtesy of the Nashville Predators

Nashville Predators ownership group members Bryan and Stephanie Grane, who are also the founders of the St. Rita Mercy Foundation, have partnered with the Nashville Predators Foundation empowered by SmileDirectClub to distribute a $75,000 donation to Crossroads Campus Nashville for a new expansion project.

“St. Rita Mercy Foundation is proud to support the great work being done by Crossroads,” Bryan says. “Their mission, to be a place of hope, healing and opportunity for young people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, aligns with our desire to assist the most vulnerable. With this donation, many lives will be positively impacted and futures changed.”

Crossroads Campus, an organization dedicated to ending the cycle of poverty for young people who have been impacted by economic inequality and other traumas, will use the donation money to help build a new facility in north Nashville.

“We are so grateful for the gift from Byran and Stephanie Grane that we received through the Predators Foundation in support of our expansion project on Buchanan Street,” says Crossroads Campus Chief Executive Officer Lisa Stetar. “With their help, we will greatly increase our impact by creating 22 additional units of affordable housing and expanding job training and employment opportunities for young people who have been impacted by inequity, time in foster care or other traumas.”

The Granes have also donated $75,000 to the Safe Haven Family Shelter, with more information to come at a later date.

Steven Boero