|TV Interview with Co-Founder Barry Adelman|
|Music For Humanity, posted 07/06/16 07:32:05 » Annual Concert Fund Raiser|
Click below to view TV Interview with Music for Humanity Co-Founder Barry Adelman.
|Masters of the Guitar Fundraiser - October 15, 2011|
|Music For Humanity, posted 10/22/11 23:46:05 » Annual Concert Fund Raiser|
A week has passed already since our Annual Fundraiser on October 15th. I wanted to thank everyone who attended in body & spirit. Special thanks to our "Masters"; just two very humble, but very talented guitarists:
|How to Help and/or Contribute to our 2011 Fundraiser|
|Music For Humanity, posted 09/29/11 07:01:27 » Annual Concert Fund Raiser|
If you can't attend our fundraiser concert "Masters of the Guitar" on October 15th, 2011 in Montgomery NY
Here's a few ways to contribute to the cause, which is giving music scholarships to deserving individuals, who need financial help to continue their music education:
Thanks for your generosity - if we all give a little we can make a big difference.
Music for Humanity is a 501-c-3 corporation and all donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
|I Get by with a Little Help from...|
|Music For Humanity, posted 08/29/11 13:04:30 » Annual Concert Fund Raiser|
My Friends & Family,
As you may already know, I am the co-founder
of Music for Humanity. We are having our
annual concert and fund raiser featuring
Charles Mokotoff (photo above) & John Sheehan
You can help in 3 ways:
1.Attend the concert "Masters of
the Guitar" on Saturday October
15th in Montgomery NY.
Even if you live across the country or
across the Atlantic this will be a
concert worth attending.
Click here for details:
2. Donate something to the
Silent Auction or Gift Basket
We’d like to receive about 20-30
donations of items that are clearly worth
at least $100 or more and the bidding
will start at $50. Ideally we will
receive items worthy of starting the
bidding at $100.
Here are some ideas for donations to
the Silent Auction:
Works of Art: Paintings/Sculpture/Jewelry
etc: these should be clearly worth hundreds of dollars.
Vacation Homes for a weekend or a week:
donate the use of a house or a city
apartment that would clearly get hundreds
or thousands on the open market.
Professional services ($200 to $1000 gift
certificate) for a dentist/doctor, legal,
accounting, music or voice lessons, HVAC,
roofing, painting, recording, video
production, landscaping, gardening, (use
your imagination) – here you are donating
Frequent flyer miles: donate enough for a
round trip ticket.We’ve already received a donation for two round trip tickets anywhere on American Airlines; bidding will start at $500 for both. Last year this donation raised $2400.
A Private Concert: Do you perform
professionally? Are you in demand? Donate
a house concert.
An instrument in good to excellent
condition that is clearly worth a few
hundred to a few thousand dollars.
Do You Know a Famous Person?: Ask them to
donate time - a lunch or dinner date - or
donate an instrument.
Donations to the Gift Basket would be all
the items that are too inexpensive to be
a separate silent auction item. They will
be grouped together as a giant “Gift
Basket” and one person will win it via
a raffle tickets. Here are some ideas:
CDs, DVDs, Tickets to Shows/Musical
Events, jewelry/photos/works of art that
are less expensive, gift certificates for
$25 to $50, services worth up to $75.
3. Simply make a tax-deductible donation Online to:
MUSIC FOR HUMANITY
PO Box 359, Chester NY 10918
100% of the Items Auctioned,
the Gift Basket
& All Profits Go To
Music Scholarships for Children
Who want to Continue Their Education but Need Financial Help
Donations must for the auction or gift basket must be received by October 10th to be listed in the program.
Thanks for your help on any level.
For donations to the silent auction
or gift basket please contact my
wife, Linda Borghi:
We expect a sold out show of 200 people. Depending on the donations received MFH reserves the right to make the final decision on whether an item is part of the Silent Auction or part of the Gift Basket. MFH is a 501-c-3 Charity and has no paid staff – we are all volunteers because we love to make positive change via music. Thanks for your support.