MusicWorks believes that music should do more than entertain - It should make a difference.
At each of our events, a local or national non-profit benefits in a meaningful way; by participating in the media and publicity leading up to and after the event; through a donation of free tickets that it can resell to its supporters; through the donation of goods and services; or through a direct donation.
Individuals, foundations, and corporations are encouraged to make a donation to one or more of MusicWorks live events...MusicWorks is a 501(c)3 and your donation is fully tax deductible.
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2016-17 non profit partners
The Emerson Center, the chosen venue for ten performances, is also a non-profit organization that offers a valuable asset to the community. The Emerson Center houses two very popular speaker’s series, namely CSpeak - The Celebrated Speakers Series and the Florida Humanities Series. “Adding the professional musical performances to our yearly calendar has brought additional awareness to our facility,” states Amy Thoma Gallo, the Executive Director of The Emerson Center. “It creates a vibrant energy for our building and it is a positive move to work with other non-profits in the community.”
The first concert of the season is a unique, one-of-a-kind performance on Friday evening, November 18 at 7 p.m. Shades of Bublé, a three-man tribute to the hit songs of Grammy Award-winner Michael Bublé, is also a benefit concert for The Emerson Center. Since this is a prelude to the holiday season, all ticket holders are asked to bring along a non-perishable food item or a monetary contribution to the concert to help benefit The Hope for Families Center of Vero Beach. Their mission is to provide safe shelter, food and employment services for homeless families and act as an avenue to self-sufficiency.
“The Hope for Families Center is honored to have been chosen as one of the charities supported by Live! From Vero Beach,” shares Dr. Diana Grossi, Interim Executive Director of the organization. “This partnership helps to promote our mission of supporting homeless families in our area. We will be in the lobby greeting everyone the night of “Shades of Bublé”.
Barbara Hoffman, Executive Director of the Cultural Council is very pleased with the partnership. “The Cultural Council is complimented to be the non-profit partner for six of the Live! From Vero Beach shows and we plan to use our wide array of resources to help promote the concerts. We will set up a booth in the lobby and visit with attendees before each concert. This one-on-one awareness of what we do for the community is quite valuable for us.”
2015-16 non profit partners