CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - Aug. 9, 2012) - Whatever you'd like to call it, one thing is for sure, U:Party will fill Flames Central with the sweet sounds of some of Calgary's top artists as Calgary non-profit, UEnd:Foundation, raises serious funds (and the roof!) in their quest to end global extreme poverty.
On August 18th at 8pm party-goers will be groovin' to the melodic beats of top Calgary bands in one of Calgary's best concert venues including:
- Makeshift Innocence (Amp 90.3 Radio Rock Star winners and Coca-Cola Stage performers)
- Kris Demeanor (Calgary Poet Laureate)
- Jocelyn Alice w/ Lisa Jacobs
- Trinity Bradshaw
To top it off, U:Party will be hosted by Calgary's own Mike Morrison of Mike's Bloggity Blog.
When: August 18th, 2012, 8pm
Where: Flames Central
Tickets: $10 at www.frendo.com/event/uparty and at the door
U:Party is in support of Calgary non-profit UEnd:Foundation, an organization founded by Calgarian Jay Baydala, and whose aim is to enable every day Canadians to help eradicate global extreme poverty through their website uend.org.
U:Party will raise much needed funds to help grow the organization, enhance the uend.org technology platform, increase education initiatives, and continue to end poverty in a lasting way.
UEnd is inviting you to share the event and inviting you to come!
About UEnd Foundation
UEnd is a Calgary-based registered charity founded in 2006 that provides tools to the everyday person to get involved in changing the world. We are the trusted one-stop shop for reliable grassroots projects in the developing world ending poverty (partners that actually get the money to the people that need it most and create sustainable change). Since 2006, UEnd has seen $873,829 go towards 162 poverty-ending projects affecting over 545,000 people ... all by giving over 16,300 gifts differently. 100% of every donation goes to projects. Please visit www.uend.org.