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Marshmello & Demi Lovato Partner With Hope For The Day For Suicide Prevention Month

In honor of Suicide Prevention Month, Demi Lovato and Marshmello joined forces with non-profit organization Hope For The Day (HFTD) for the release of their newest single titled after the organization's motto, "OK Not to Be OK." The track featuring lyrics reassuring to all who have felt discouraged was released to bring awareness to the conversation surrounding mental health & prevention of suicide. HFTD is a non-profit organization which works to empower and start conversations about mental health education, care, and suicide prevention. They work to bring hope to those contemplating suicide and offering outreach, education, and action in communities. They have resources for instantaneous i

Josh Gallagher Helps Raise Almost $25,000 For Life Saving Service Dogs For Veterans!

On Friday, Sept 25, Country artist Josh Gallagher hopped online for a virtual concert to help kick off graduation weekend for "Warrior Canine Connection", a non profit organization that benefits veterans suffering from psychological injuries from combat. The class of 2020 fundraiser event celebrated the new group of fully trained service animals and gathered almost $25,000. As a brother of an Air Force Veteran and son of two first responders, Josh was instantly on board when the organization reached out to him. "I’ve never been in the military but I have family members who have been and are in the military. I have been raised by a family who’s been in either law enforcement or corrections th

Maren Morris Donates $70k to East Nashville Band Program

The ongoing pandemic has brought unexpected experiences for many - and in the back to school season, many extracurricular activities are starting the year differently. For East Nashville Magnet High School’s band program, their year began on a high note, thanks to country artist Maren Morris. Morris started the HEROES fund in 2017 in order to support music education in public schools in middle Tennessee. Portions of proceeds from her live shows and other events fund the program. “With so much worry surrounding COVID, I wanted East Nashville Magnet High School to have one less worry for their fine arts department.” The program leaders were beyond grateful for her generosity. Program director

Project: Music Heals Us Brings Light to the Lives of Patients and Musicians

A nonprofit organization founded in New York City, Project: Music Heals Us ( PMH), has been making the lives of hospitalized people for over 6 years by offering one-on-one live concerts - and in the age of COVID-19, they are soothing both those diagnosed with the virus and their caregivers via livestream. With a focus on disabled, rehabilitating, incarcerated, and homeless communities, PMH’s goal is to provide inspiration, education, and healing through live music performance. They launched the Vital Sounds Initiative in April of 2020 as a way to help struggling patients - the therapeutic power of the music played is often transformative. Exhausted patients are lulled to sleep by the music a

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