HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. – In a heartwarming gesture of solidarity, the Hendersonville Ukulele Group is stepping up to host a fundraiser aimed at supporting those impacted by the devastating wildfires that swept through Maui last month.
Scheduled for September 15, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., the “Singing for Maui” fundraiser promises to be an evening of music and compassion. The event will unfold in the picturesque outdoor courtyard of the Saluda Moon Glass Studio, located at 24 West Main St. in Saluda, North Carolina.
The primary objective of this charitable gathering is to generate much-needed funds to assist the victims of the Maui wildfires. All proceeds collected during the event will be channeled directly into the Maui Strong Fund, a locally-based organization dedicated to extending a helping hand to the residents of Maui who have been severely affected by the recent calamity.
The Hendersonville Ukulele Group’s commitment to organizing the “Singing for Maui” fundraiser underscores the power of community and music in times of adversity. This heartfelt initiative serves as a shining example of how individuals and groups can come together to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those facing hardship.
Attendees of the event can look forward to an evening of music that not only entertains but also supports a noble cause. As the notes of the ukuleles fill the Saluda Moon Glass Studio courtyard, it will be a reminder of the resilience and compassion that binds communities, transcending geographical boundaries.
The Hendersonville Ukulele Group invites everyone to join them for this special occasion, contributing to the collective effort to provide much-needed aid to the wildfire victims in Maui. By participating in the “Singing for Maui” fundraiser, attendees will be making a positive impact and embodying the spirit of unity and generosity that defines communities coming together to support one another in times of adversity.