I just purchased a double CD from our local Sam's Club called
S O N G S F O R J A P A N . I am no music groupie just an average person who enjoys good music. But when my purchase also supports a great cause, I become excited. The first CD starts with John Lennon's Imagine. Beyonce's Irreplaceable and Josh Groban's Awake - Live are also there. Lady Gaga and Justin Timberlake, Bruce Springsteen, Pink and The Black Eyed Peas are just some of the performers on this disc.
Disc Two features Lady Antebellum, I Run to You. Sting features the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra with Conductor Mercurio Fragile - Live in Berlin. Leona Lewis, Shakira and Norah Jones finish out the second CD. I was wowed. Hope everyone runs out to purchase this for a great cause and for great music selections. I'm not sure where you would pick one up at your location, but this album is a keeper.
Sony Music Entertainment and its worldwide affiliates will donate 100% of their net proceeds from the sale of this album to the Japanese Red Cross Society. ( This is printed on the album face.)
Seems like a good lineup that people would wanna pick up. How much you pay for it?
kimh039 has a hub explaining Japan's Radiation Crisis if anyone is interested in reading more about how affected this country has become from this nuclear meltdown, Thanks!
by ga anderson 4 years ago
Here's the deal - it sure seems like Pres. Obama has been spending a lot of time fundraising lately. And since he can't run again - it must be for the Democrat Party and its candidates.Well, every president does this as elections approach, right? But, does every president do it during very public...
by fetty 7 years ago
I just purchased a double CD from our local Sam's Club called S O N G S F O R J A P A N . I am no music groupie just an average person who likes to enjoy good music. But when my purchase also supports a great cause , I become excited. The first CD starts with...
by Inventurist 6 years ago
Is there a definition as to what a 501(c)3 non-profit can do for fund raising?If you have a 501(c)3 corporation, and want to have raffles (where legal) or auction products off, are there specific terms as to how that money can be raised and used by the nonprofit?
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