The Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter has plans to host a live concert on Saturday, March 21!
Performances, concerts, and music festivals have been postponed or canceled in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, leaving millions of people without plans as they adjust to a new lifestyle. Luckily, living in the age of the internet has its advantages. Famed performer, Jewel, is hosting a virtual concert to help fans lift their spirits while also raising money for her charity!
The American singer had to recently cancel a fundraiser which was set to fund nearly 80% of her foundation’s budget; the Inspiring Children Foundation helps at-risk youth with housing, food, clothing, necessities, and mentoring, as well as physical, emotional, mental, and health tools.
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Saturday I’m doing a free ‘Live From San Quarantine’ livestream concert @ 5pm PT / 8pm ET benefiting families in need in my #JewelNeverBroken program in the @inspiringchildren foundation. Our goal is to get 5,000 people to donate $1 a day for a year to provide housing, food, family assistance, and physical, emotional, and mental health programming. Go to inspiringchildren.net to donate. Comment songs & question requests below! #LiveFromSanQuarantine #AtHomeTogether
Jewel’s Live From San Quarantine: A Livestream Concert is an effort to help fans feel connected through music, while also serving as a pivotal conversation about rising above our adversities in order to become our best selves in the face of hardships!
The hour-long online event will be available for streaming via Jewel’s Instagram and Facebook page this Saturday at 5 p.m. PST! The singer’s goal during this tough time is to help highlight the issues that young people may be facing such as anxiety, fear, worry, and financial distress while also giving the public something entertaining to look forward to.