For Lowcountry Giving Day, the Collective Force Foundation (CFC) has teamed up with IllVibeTheTribe to present a musical extravaganza at the Joe Riley Stadium on Tues. Sept. 19. Representatives from both CFC and the Tribe were featured this morning on Lowcountry Live to discuss the event.
Attendees will have the opportunity to donate to one or more of 140 local nonprofits and learn about volunteer opportunities and service projects for participating local charities, like Adventure Girls, Begin with Books, Charleston HOPE, WINGS for Kids, We are Family, Clap Your Hands, OneWorld Health, North Charleston POPS!, Darkness to Light, and Valiant Animal Rescue & Relief.
The all-ages show runs from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m., featuring music from:
Stop Light Observations
Out of Order
Emily Curtis Band
Abstract the Rapper
Gentleman of Duty & Distinction
A celebration showcase takes place at 7p.m. with local comedians Jeremy McLellan, Genesis Gonzalez, and Colin Musolf in addition to singer-songwriter Lindsay Holler. Food and drink vendors will also be on-hand.
For more info, like ticket prices, stay tuned to the #LGD17 Facebook event page.
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