For the past 17 years, the founder of TARA has dedicated time and finances each year to promoting concerts for the benefit of The Eden Institute Foundation and Eden Florida, both of which benefit children and adults with autism. Through this experience, TARA has developed a substantial institutional history and experience in promoting charity benefits. Through our unique formula, charities receive direct financial benefits from sponsors and patrons, while spreading the word about their causes. Through our unique formula, artists are paid well for their contribution to the causes, both in financial remuneration and a niagara of “good kharma.” Through our unique formula, the public is introduced to the needs of lesser known charities, the amazing talents of lesser known artists, and the fabulous feeling of having helped a worthy cause.
This past November 2016, TARA produced a benefit concert for Hope For Haiti, a Naples-based organization that provides various forms of aid to the people of Haiti. Ben Taylor and Sophie Hiller headlined the event, which was held at Riptide, a fabulous local brewery in Naples. Ben and Sophie, with the help of Riptide, performed a beer/song tasting. The Boston-based band, The Womps, also performed at the event. Hope For Haiti received a $20,000.00 check from TARA following the event.
On April 17, 2015, The Dan Signor Project rocked the Alto Live Jazz Kitchen Naples with their jazz, blues and rock infused music. They were supported by the Community School of Naples jazz superstars. The sold out performance netted $35,000 for the Foundation For The Developmentally Disabled.
Kevin Mahogany and his band wowed a crowd at Artis-Naples on May 8 with Kevin’s powerful and sultry vocals and the band’s incredible musicianship. The CSN band Performed in support and showed they are ready for prime time. But, most importantly, this benefit concert yielded over $50,000...
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