The 30-Days Foundation has a simple goal: get people "over the hump" from a minor setback, so it doesn't become the pathway to long term financial instability.
Twin Cities musician Mick Sterling founded the non-profit, which provides grants that can pay an overdue bill, help with a deposit on an apartment, and other expenses that can develop into a problem. Grants are paid to the entity providing the service, not to individuals requesting the grant.
Thursday, October 11th, The 30-Days Foundation is hosting a black-tie, bowling shoe attire evening at Pinstripes in Edina from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Guests will be in the audience for a live recording of "We've All Been There," a song that will be released in November to benefit the foundation.
Artists include Tim Mahoney, Adam Levy, G.B. Leighton, Mick Sterling, Cate Fierro, Jana Anderson, Shalo Lee and more.
For tickets or information visit The 30-Days Foundation.
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