WOOLWICH – The GENESIS Network, a nonprofit organization that develops humans rights projects to help at-risk children and communities around the world, will be hosting a benefit concert to build a school for children at risk of trafficking and prostitution in Thailand.
The concert is from 5-9pm on Saturday, July 31 at 47 Old Arrowsic Road, Woolwich, ME. It is open to the public and cost free. Attendees will include philanthropists, friends, family and members of the local community. To sign up for the event, go to: http://www.genesisconcert.eventbrite.com. Special thanks to Missing Link Studio of Bath and Port City Graphics of Gorham.
The concert will be held outdoors, is open to people of all ages, and will feature folk music from an array of well-known artists. Ellis Paul is one of the leading voices in American songwriting. He was a principle leader in the wave of singer/songwriters that emerged from the Boston folk scene, creating a movement that revitalized the national acoustic circuit with an urban, literate, folk pop style. Rebecca Leobe, according to WYEP Pittsburgh, brings ‚Äúthe whit of Dar, the bite of Ani, and the beauty of Norah‚ÄĚ to the folk music scene. Fred Gillen Jr., will offer up a passionate presentation of hope and joy with his guitar- and harmonica-driven melodies.
“This is a very special opportunity for people of all kinds to have fun while supporting children‚Äôs rights. All donations will go toward the construction of a school for 100 children at risk of trafficking and prostitution‚ÄĚ, says Adam Swartzbaugh, GENESIS Network Founder.
The GENESIS Network, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, develops international human rights projects to help at-risk children and communities. Projects include building schools, economic development and orphan protection. Global volunteers and philanthropists contribute their time, energy and talents every day.
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