Thank you to the volunteers from LPU Summit Chicago for creating amazing t-shirts for earthquake survivors in Haiti.
As part of the International LPU Summit at the United Center in Chicago on January 26th LP fans had the…Continue
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Music for Relief is looking for young adults to volunteer at our booth at the upcoming shows during the Linkin Park North American Tour. Volunteers do not need a ticket and will get to watch Linkin Park's set, but will miss opening artist. Volunteers must arrive one hour and a half before doors open to help set up, they will talk to concertgoers about MFR, collect donations, and distribute merchandise.
Take a look at the list of…
Music for Relief is encouraging fans to carpool to the upcoming Linkin Park A Thousand Suns Tour.
At some venues preferred parking spots will be held for those who…Continue
If you took a photo at the MFR Photo booth during Linkin Park's North American tour check out the photos page, we've added the first few dates:Continue
Music for Relief is following developments in Sri Lanka, Brazil and Australia as floods in each of these three countries impacts over one million people.
Said to be one of the worst natural disasters Sri Lanka has had to face, the country has been devastated leaving 730,000 displaced and thousands of acres destroyed.
Read more about the situation Sri Lanka:…Continue
Musicfor Relief and Causecast are proud to launch DOWNLOAD TO DONATE v2.0. Buildingon the successful 2010 Download to Donate for Haiti digital compilation album,Music for Relief and Causecast have teamed up to expand the program with aninnovative, and rewarding new approach to fundraising.…Continue
It’s been close to a year since the tragic earthquake in Haiti last January, yet Haitians are still struggling to recover. Since the earthquake, survivors have endured flooding and a Cholera Outbreak which began in October, all while over 1 million people are still living in temporary shelter. Safety, health and restoring livelihoods are daily challenges for earthquake survivors and their families.
A year later, our work in Haiti has really only just begun.
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