This Friday from 6pm-11pm, Charlotte ONE is hosting a free concert for Oklahoma Disaster Relief in the Atherton Mill parking lot outside of Icehouse. More details are available in the press release below. Come join us!
CHARLOTTE ONE TO HOST FUNDRAISER CONCERT FOR OKLAHOMA DISASTER RELIEF
MORE THAN 700 YOUNG PROFESSIONALS ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND ON JULY 19
What: Nearly 10,000 people were impacted by the Oklahoma tornadoes earlier this year, and hundreds of them are still without homes and living in tents. CharlotteONE is challenging the city’s 20 and 30 somethings to step up and make an impact. On Friday, July 19, CharlotteONE (www.charlotteone.org) will host a FREE Benefit Concert for Oklahoma tornado victims at Icehouse in SouthEnd.
CharlotteONE, a non-profit organization that serves young professionals, will provide entertainment from Journey cover band “Trial by Fire,” local DJs, local breweries and additional entertainment. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about the ongoing challenges facing the Oklahoma victims, and can find out about ways to give back. Additionally, a portion of all food and beverage sales from the night will go directly to helping those impacted by the disaster.
“It’s so important that we don’t forget about the victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes, as thousands of these people are still struggling to repair their homes and get back to the life they once knew,” said CharlotteONE Director Dave Hickman. “The young professionals in the city have the opportunity to come together for a night where they can connect with one another, and they can also make a difference.”
Friday, July 19
6 PM – 11 PM
2100 South Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28203
CharlotteONE is a non-profit that exists to help 20-30 somethings in Charlotte develop community and purpose by connecting them to one another, non-profits and local churches. It was founded in 2006 and reaches between 500-600 young professionals each week.