Allies United for Change, in partnership with Foundation Joy, is pleased to announce a fundraiser at the Rochester Opera House on Sunday, March 5th to support the 24-hour access food cabinet located on Linscott Street. The event will feature local band Bad Penny and headliner Chelsea Berry of Maine.
Chelsea Berry is a commanding and compelling performer, with masterful vocals that evoke the style of artists such as Eva Cassidy, KD Lang, and Sara Bareilles. She is an avid and accomplished recording artist. She has released 10 original albums over her 25-year career as well as collaborated on projects with dozens of other writers and performers. Visit www.chelseaberry.com to learn more.
Funds raised will support food, pet food, toiletry purchases, and support ongoing maintenance and repairs of the food cabinet.
Tickets include a selection of appetizers and a variety of raffle items, including themed baskets of goodies, original art, gift cards, and a 50/50 raffle. VIP ticket holders get the best seats in the house, free raffle tickets, and a swag bag. There is also a cash bar.