Women Who Rock and Spare Change have come together for an awesome concert experience. You’ll be able to watch a great show and give back to the community at the same time. All the details are here!
Women Who Rock and Spare Change are partnering to launch the Women Who Rock X Spare Change Project Global Ambassador program, which activates women in music around the world to raise funds for women’s health research.
Here’s how it works! Each WWR ambassador artist will receive a Spare Change Tip Jar to collect tip jars at their shows (in-person and virtually) benefitting Magee-Womens Research Institute in their mission to “Rock the Future of Women’s Health”.
During each show, every artist will have a unique online donation page that links to the larger campaign page to show their collective power. It’s never been so simple and easy to give back to the community!
Women Who Rock connects women through the power of music and helps to educate, support, and fund women-centric health research and music endeavors. The annual Women Who Rock benefit concert features an all female lineup. Past performers include Sheila E. and Ann Wilson of Heart. All proceeds from the benefit concert support life-saving women’s health research. The 2021 concert will take place on Saturday, October 16 at Stage AE.
“Women are the caretakers and creative forces of humanity,”said Melinda Colaizzi, founder and CEO of Women Who Rock. “By joining forces through the Women Who Rock X Spare Change Project, we can change outcomes for women around the world for generations to come and Rock the Future of Women’s Health through the power of music.”
Spare Change is a Musician Impact Network — a community of musicians who raise funds and awareness for their favorite nonprofit causes. Founded as a video series that invited musicians to busk for charity, Spare Change quickly grew into a legitimate fundraising tool that united audiences around a mission. Since that time, Spare Change received several awards including one from Chip and Joanna Gaines, and has used the support to develop the Spare Change Tip Jar, a connected device that can receive both physical and digital donations with the tap of your phone.