We will be volunteering at the Jazz Legends concert for Disability Pride as part of the 2016 Winter Jazz Fest! Contact us if you are interested in volunteering with us!
Wynton Marsalis, Benny Golson, Christian McBride, Jimmy Cobb, Monty Alexander, Harold Mabern George Coleman, Buster Williams, Louis Hayes, Bill Charlap, Mike LeDonne and other giants of jazz music are donating their great talents to a most worthy cause: the second annual Disability Pride Parade, Art festival and Disability Pride fund.
Thursday, January 14th, 2015, 6:30 to 9:30pm at The Quaker Friends Meeting Hall, 15 Rutherford Place, between E.15 and 16th Street, west of 2nd Avenue.
The Hall is fully accessible.
Tickets are available online now!
Presented by Disability Pride of NYC in partnership with the 2016 NYC Winter Jazz Fest.
Not only will you be part of a magnificent jazz concert, you will be supporting an important and worthy cause: to instill pride and meaning in the community of People with Disabilities, to change the public perception of people with disabilities to contributing tax-paying members of society.
We will accomplish this goal by hosting and supporting an annual Disability Pride parade in New York City and creating a fund which will support people with disabilities in whatever way we can.
Joining great music with a great cause creates a night of joy that is truly unique.
All ticket purchases are tax deductible to the legal limit.
https://www.ticketprophet.com/events/10192/orders/new Please get your tickets early. They went very fast last year.
Disability Pride NYC is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization started by Jazz pianist/organist Mike LeDonne whose 11 year old daughter, Mary, is disabled and a valued asset to society.