Saturday, February 13, 2010

Hearts for Haiti: A Rockin' Benefit

Dirty Dirty Street Records and Friends are proud to present:

Hearts For Haiti: A Community Benefit and Concert

On January 27th,2010 Haiti was wracked by a catastrophic earthquake centered near its capital of Port-au-Prince. More than 170,000 people lost their lives and hundreds of thousand more are in desperate condition. There is an overwhelming need for drinking water, fresh food, medicine and every other basic need for human survival; we are here to answer that call.

Dirty Dirty Street Records is proud to support the efforts of Partners In Health in their continuing efforts in Haiti and throughout the world to provide the less fortunate with access to health care. Founded in 1987 to serve the Central Plateau region in Haiti, PIH has expanded its operations to eight other sites in Haiti and more facilities in nine additional countries.

Hearts For Haiti is an opportunity for Portland to show its support for the people of Haiti, raise some funds for this fantastic organization and have a good time all wrapped in one. Please join us in this important event.

Hearts For Haiti: A Community Benefit and Concert

Saturday February 20th, 2010

3pm to 12pm

Hosted by: Columbia Crossings

12050 N. Jantzen Drive

Portland, OR 97217

Suggested donations:

$10 Adults, includes one free drink at the bar. Enjoy.

The Early Show

From 3pm to 7pm is all ages and will feature arts, crafts, video games and movies for you and your young ones to enjoy. Gourmet pizza is provided by The Good Pizza Company in Salmon Creek.

The Late Show

From 7pm until 12pm is 21+ with a valid ID at the door for the Dirty Dirty Street Records showcase featuring:

The Villains
DJ Wes Bain

Pizza by the slice, beer, amazing live music and the chance to help out those in need. Hearts for Haiti is where you'll be Saturday night.

All proceeds will directly benefit Partners In Health, a tax-exempt, non-profit organization pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code and a registered Public Charity under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

1 comment:

Goldie Davich said...

In the spirit of transparency this is an event I had a part in it. Let me know if you have any questions :-)