Aubrey's Song Foundation

Aubrey’s Song Foundation, Inc. is an IRS recognized Not-For-Profit 501(c)(3).




Join us for our For the Love of Aubrey Celebration!

Aubrey's Song Foundation is hosting a community-awareness & fundraising event on Thursday, November 4, 6 p.m. at the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum.  All are welcome to attend!

Join us for appetizers, our Silent Auction, live music and a complimentary tour of the Bluegrass Museum on the 1st floor from 6 - 7:15 p.m. Guests will move to the 3rd floor to enjoy a plated dinner catered by Moonlite BBQ and live harp music.  Our evening will be emceed by Jonathon Carroll who will announce Silent Auction winners and later introduce the events of the evening. Following dinner, guests will enjoy a Coffee & Dessert Bar as they listen briefly to two dynamic speakers, Emily Wonder and Hillary Bacon, both young women in recovery from eating disorders who will share their journey towards healing. We hope you'll join us for this uplifting evening as we celebrate Aubrey Michelle Clark and continue her legacy of helping others in need!

Aubrey's Song Foundation thanks its event sponsors: Eating Recovery Center, The Renfrew Center, Counseling Associates of Owensboro, Kendra Gray, PhD, Compass Counseling, and The Emily Program.

Host a table of eight for $550 or purchase individual tickets at $75 per person.  To purchase tickets or tables, please visit  Or for more information, contact 270-852-6514 or email


About Us

Aubrey’s Song Foundation's Mission: To raise awareness of eating disorders by promoting prevention and positive body image, providing professional and community education, and developing local resources for treatment.

We are devoted to continuing Aubrey Michelle Clark’s legacy of helping others in need.