by Megan Maiolo-Heath, Marketing and Communications Manager
Thank you to everyone who joined us for Rhythms for the Planet this past Friday, March 1st, at the Sunset Event Center! We had so much fun seeing you all and dancing to the great music of The 3 Twins Broadband. Your generosity helped us to raise funds for all of our community-based development projects. It is humbling to have your continued support over the past 15 years. We hope to see you next year!
Wow! We couldn’t have asked for a better turnout at this year’s Rhythms for the Planet fundraiser. Thank you so much to everyone who came out to support Trees, Water & People’s work; we couldn’t do this work without your generosity.
We would like to send some special thank yous out to our volunteers, interns, and sponsors who donated time, money, and in-kind donations to the event. We are always humbled by the outpouring of support from the Fort Collins business community and this year is no exception to that sentiment.
This year, we have reinvented our annual fundraiser. Rhythms for the Planet will integrate the educational and cultural components of TWP’s National and International Programs into fun and feasting! By attending, guests will directly support all of TWP’s projects including bringing renewable energy to Native Americans living on reservations, providing fuel-efficient cookstoves to families in Central America and Haiti, and planting trees in areas devastated by deforestation.
Tickets available at the door!
Thank you to our sponsors who have helped make this event possible.
We are excited to have The Three Twins Broadband as the featured performance. This Colorado-based, eight-piece band features John Magnie, Tim Cook and Steve Amedee of The Subdudes, along with Nicole Zendvelt, Jay Cleer and a three-piece horn section: Greta Cornett, John Giordanengo and Phuong Nguyen. Their sound is described as “infectious, very danceable, very rhythm and blues, very New Orleans.”