Tinderbox Music Festival will donate proceeds to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts

In light of the devastating damage from Hurricane Sandy in New York City, Tinderbox Music Festival will now donate a portion of its net proceeds to New York Cares‘ disaster relief fund. New York Cares is the city’s largest volunteer organization, running volunteer programs for 1,300 nonprofits, city agencies, and public schools. “Tinderbox’s mission has always included giving back to the community,” says Alyson Greenfield, Tinderbox Music Festival’s Founder and Director. “This year we feel it is important to help with the immediate local need in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.”




The Clambake

The Clambake is an online humor magazine that showcases the talents of young women in comedy. This amazing and hilarious group of women is currently focusing their efforts on raising money to support Tinderbox through a RocketHub campaign. Or, as they call it SUPPORTCEPTION: Support The Clambake, so they can support the Tinderbox Music Festival, so they can support empowering young women through the arts! Details on The Clambake and their RocketHub campaign can be found here. Meanwhile, check out the video below, in which Mel Trice (Clambake’s Founder), tickles our funny bone while explaining why you should donate to The Clambake and Tinderbox!