The Haiti Food Project concert and benefit produced by MAZON on February 4, 2010 raised over $400,000 for “second aid” for Haiti.
The event brought together musicians and inspirational speakers including emcee, Beverly Todd, Her Excellency Geri Benoit-Preval, Haiti’s Ambassador to the U.N. World Food Program & Food Agriculture Organziation, Deepak Chopra, and others.
Performances included Freda Payne singing “Here’s to Life”as well as Brenda Russell performing “Get Here if You Can” and Saxaphonist Dave Koz accompanied by Brian Simpson with a beautiful rendition of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
The highlight was the finale where all of the performers sang, “We are the World.”
Social Media and More provided the social media marketing for the event.
“On behalf of MAZON and the children of Haiti who we will feed and nourish, I am deeply indebted for the social media marketing that Julie Spira provided for this benefit concert. Without her creating a ‘buzz’ in such a short time, I am certain the event would not have been the success it was. Thank you Julie”. — Dr. H. Eric Schockman, President of MAZON
Donations can be made out to MAZON: Emergency Haiti Fund, 10495 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA 90025. 310.442.0020.
Social Media and More, a social media marketing company, is providing the social media support to promote the Haiti Food Project’s Second aid benefit.
Join us for an evening of music and inspiration, as we raise critical funds for sustainable food programs that nourish victims and survivors of the earthquake in Haiti.
The star-studded intimate event, scheduled for February 4, 2010 in Los Angeles is presented by MAZON and will include performances and appearances by:
Deepak Chopra, James Ingram, Lou Gossett Jr., Kanye West, Forest Whitaker, Larry King, Deniece Wiliams, former
members of The Supremes, Freda Payne, Mayor Villaraigosa and political, religious and international leaders who are coming together to set the stage for long term sustainable food, recovery and rebuilding for the people of Haiti.
The beneficiaries of the event include The International Medical Corps, Lambi Fund of Haiti, Friends of the Children of Lascahobas, Haiti and the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Haiti.
The event will be held at American Jewish University in Bel Air, CA from 6pm – 9:30pm.
Tickets can be purchased at HaitiFoodProject.org and are VERY LIMITED.
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