Jammin’ at Home concert benefits Men’s Shelter of Charlotte
The event is inspired and organized by Corey Hall, a student at University of North Carolina at Charlotte Department of Social Work, earning his Bachelor of Social Work degree. Corey is an intern with the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte and a he has a passion for helping solve homelessness and for music. Corey shared, “It is an honor to work with dedicated people who love the individuals that they serve. I feel compelled and inspired to give back to the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte for what they have given to me; not only the knowledge to succeed in my field, but reinforcement in my belief of the inherent goodness of man. By organizing this benefit concert I hope to do my part for the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte’s mission to assist each man served by ending their experience with homelessness.”
The concert features local music talent from Charlotte and the region. Door prizes will be raffled and participation is guaranteed with price of admission. The Saloon will serve food and drink at the time of the event (not included with admission).
The goal is to raise $2,000 for the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte to support education, employment, housing and well-being programs for men experiencing homelessness in Charlotte.
The Saloon at the NC Music Factory
900 NC Music Factory Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28206
Sunday, April 13, 2014
2:00 – 6:00p.m.
$8 cover charge
Sinners and Saints: www.sinnersandsaintsmusic.com
Little Districts: www.reverbnation.com/littledistrict
Chubby Knuckles: www.reverbnation.com/chubbyknuckles
Small Talk Assassins: www.reverbnation.com/#!/smalltalkassassin