The Cross Currents of Global Healing and its Far Reaching Effects.
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
In 2006 Jazz for Peace™ performed a series of concerts across the United States from New York to California to benefit the Zigen Fund*, an organization which provides funding for girls to go to school who would otherwise be uneducated.
What few if anyone knew was that not only was this a great way to have a profoundly positive impact on the lives of thousands of young girls, but it was also one of the greatest ways of all to address Global Warming (AKA Climate Devastation).
Because as entrepreneur, author, and activist Paul Hawken details in his best selling book “Drawdown”, Educating Girls is actually listed as the 6th most important solution to reversing global warming due to the fact that 130 million girls who are not in school and who could be would make very different choices that would have an enormously positive effect in this area. One of which includes having over 50% less children. And if this isn’t extraordinary enough, the 7th most important solution is “Family Planning” in general which these newly educated girls would make an enormous contribution to. And when #’s 6 & 7 are put together, the combination of both is actually the Number 1 solution to reversing Global Warming.
But guess what?
This was only 1 of over 850 equally important projects that Jazz for Peace has funded via our Benefit Concert Series that began on 9/11 and is now going into its 19th year.
ALL of which have similar “cross healing” effects.
And ALL of whose funding started out with a simple comment such as this one made by completing letter A at the Easy Steps Link below which takes as little as 3 minutes!
“I appreciate you and your colleagues for your incredible work!” ~ Wujing Harrison, Executive Director – The Zigen Fund (See thousands more simple funding comments HERE)
To Start the funding process, Click HERE and complete Easy Letter A now in minutes!
With 2019 being the 18th Anniversary of our landmark concert at the United Nations that brought together Israeli, Palestinian and American Jazz Musicians and became the launching pad for our Benefit Concert Series (along with our countless Instrument Donations and Educational Programs for children), won’t you take just a minute to click on the link above and complete Easy Letter A by sending us YOUR simple and honest comment?
Looking forward to your reply.
The Jazz for Peace™ Foundation Grant Administration Team – 400 West 43 St. New York, NY 10036 Direct: 646-709-2950 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.jazzforpeace.org
“By bringing Israeli, Palestinian and American Jazz musicians together Rick DellaRatta and Jazz for Peace have used the transcendent quality of music to promote a message of peace and unity. Now, over 500 concerts later, Jazz for Peace continues its mission of challenging humanity to realize that the forces that unite us are far stronger than the forces that divide us. I want to congratulate Rick and Jazz for Peace on everything they have accomplished to this point, and all the good they are sure to bring about as they continue this concert series….” ~ United States President Barack Obama “…steadfast and creative….Jazz for Peace unites the world of the arts with the arenas for justice. May other musical and artistic groups emulate your example and your consistency” For Peace and Justice, ~ Ralph Nader ”I can’t tell you how honored I am……Thank you for everything, and good luck to Jazz for Peace and its work.” ~ Howard Zinn “Most interested to hear about what you are doing…And this aspect of life and culture particularly… I greatly admire those who contribute to it…”~ Noam Chomsky “Using concerts, community outreach and education programs to raise support and awareness for local and international charities…to promote charitable and service-based activities that help make a positive difference in the world…to unify and empower the vulnerable in our society…..we are indebted to you” ~ Herbie Hancock “I would like to commend the staff and volunteers for all of their hard work and devotion on behalf of such an outstanding cause.” ~ John McCain “I…commend your organization for your commitment to this noble cause.” ~ Hon. Raila P. Odinga, Prime Minister – Republic of Kenya (see video) “On behalf of the residents of New York City I commend Rick DellaRatta and Jazz for Peace.” ~ NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg “We felt the need to invite DellaRatta and his group because their work in promoting peace through music, is well known in the world.” ~ UNICEF
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HEAR how we did it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RH_1kXuZHqo