The Power of Music in Fundraising

We’ve seen that music can change the world in different ways, besides being great real australian online casinos game soundtracks!

It brings people from all walks of life together to contribute to a certain cause. Charitable concerts play a very important role in assisting victims of various catastrophes. This September there are a number of charitable concerts taking place in different regions.

Justin Timberlake, Dave Matthews Band, Pharrell Williams Ariana Grande and many more to perform for Charlottesville

Last month, Charlottesville witnessed deadly protests, which left three dead and dozens injured, after a white nationalist rally turned violent. The Dave Matthews Band has organized a concert to honour the Charlottesville victims with a fundraising concert for their hometown. “A Concert for Charlottesville” is scheduled to be held on the 24th of September at University of Virginia’s Scott Stadium.

Musical entertainment will be provided by Dave Matthews Band, Justin Timberlake, Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams, Chris Stapleton, Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes, The Roots, Cage the Elephant; other invited special guests will also perform.

The Charlottesville Concert is free but the concertgoers are urged to make a donation to the “Concert for Charlottesville Fund” at the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation. Free tickets are available to all Charlottesville community members, UVA students, and staff. Online ticket request has already started on www.concertforcharlottesville.com and is open till the 11th of September midday.

The donations will all go to victims and their families; first responders, as well as organizations that promote healing, unity, and justice locally and nationwide. Online gambling south Africa is useful at some stage because it does sometimes contribute to disadvantaged people.

Moreover, in the UK, on 17 September there is a concert to fundraise for the victims affected by the deadly Grenfell Tower fire that left at least 80 people dead and hundreds homeless. The Grenfell Tower Benefit Concert is a gala of opera, song and choral music to be held at Cadogan Hall. Singers include Alan Opie, Stuart Skelton, Christine Rice, Janis Kelly, Keel Watson, Ailish Tynan, Natalya Romaniw, Anna Huntley, Lee Bisset and many more. Ticket prices are £20, £45, and £65.

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