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Karaoke for Food!

Closed Fundraiser page created in the Community category by Sean Lane


$615 of $400 goal
Given by 20 generous donors in 16 days

I'll be singing for 6 hours straight in an effort to raise funds for Lower Hutt foodbank, a charity driven to relieve poverty and hardship.

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  Wellington

Hello everyone,

I've gotta say, going without food is not okay. I've personally been privileged enough to have never experienced true hunger, yet there's many out there who struggle with this every day.

"Relieving poverty and hardship" Lower Hutt Foodbank is a non-profit organization that provides emergency food parcels to those in need. Their support within the community has not gone unnoticed over the years.

To raise money, along with my subpar vocal chords, I will be performing a live-feed Karaoke for 6 hours straight, no breaks -- a total of 360 minutes of continuous singing. This will happen at 1pm on my Facebook page, June 12th, in tandem with the supermarket food drive. Any guests are welcome to join along at my house.

All donations, big or small, are encouraged. Along with song requests.

Thank you all in advance!

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12 June 2021

Posted by: Sean Lane

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Kate
Kate on 12 Jun 2021
Good on ya sean!
$5
Oliver
Oliver on 12 Jun 2021
$15
Hoults Doors Limited
Hoults Doors Limited on 12 Jun 2021
Proud to support local!
$100
Sonia
Sonia on 12 Jun 2021
Well done Sean xo
$50
Courtenay
Courtenay on 12 Jun 2021
$35

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