Project Blues Review 2017
Featuring Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters
August 12, 2017 . Columbus, Ohio
The LifeCare Alliance Center
670 Harmon Avenue . Columbus, OH 43223
We bring the sound and the emotion of Blues Music, a charity concert to Columbus Ohio with our yearly show to raise monies, for those individuals and families afflicted by cancer. A full day event and concert, along with a private blues concert for cancer patients, raising money for the human element, not the research. What we do, takes care of those that can't afford treatments, mammograms, food, clothing, etc. etc. Cancer devastates everything in one's life, not only the individual but the family as well. This is where we come in.
Benefitting the Columbus Cancer Clinic
Your ticket purchase benefits the Columbus Cancer Clinic.
The Columbus Cancer Clinic provides helping hands to the community, assisting those affected by cancer and those wishing to be screened and has served the greater Columbus area since 1921. The Clinic educates the public about cancer prevention and the benefits of early detection; offers affordable, accessible screening examinations, mammograms; and provides home care support services. All clients can receive needed services, regardless of ability to pay.
Remember, every person you see from Project Blues at this show is volunteering their time. We are a 100% volunteer organization. Every dollar we make, is donated back to the Columbus Cancer Clinic.
Together we save lives.
Project Blues is a 100% Volunteer Organization
We are a 100% volunteer organization, 501(c)(3) with all money raised giving back to the Columbus Cancer Clinic.
Project Blues is a philanthropic organization focused on meaningful projects related to Blues music that raises awareness and funding to help people impacted by cancer but without resources connect with resources that can help them. Project Blues partners with LifeCare Alliance’s Columbus Cancer Clinic to fund mammograms, adopt families and lift the spirits of their patients through the Blues. We connect the dollars raised with the people who desperately need them.