Huntington Bank presents the 9th Annual Voices Carry, a rock concert fundraiser benefitting Auberle, from 6:30-10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1 at Stage AE. The event features over 20 well-known Pittsburgh musicians who donate their talent to perform karaoke-style numbers to raise funds for Auberle. Auberle is a nationally award-winning human service organization serving at-risk children and families throughout southwestern Pennsylvania. Auberle was named Agency of the Year in the United States by the Alliance for Children and Families, the largest network of human services organizations in the United States.
The 9th Annual Voices Carry will be emceed by WDVE morning show host, Randy Baumann. Event performers include Donnie Iris, Joe Grushecky, Etta Cox, Chris Higbee, Scott Blasey and Jeff Jimerson. Each act performs with a four-piece house band led by guitarist Rick Witkowski and the Pittsburgh All-Stars.
“Voices Carry is Auberle’s biggest event of the year and one of the most exciting events in Pittsburgh,” said John Lydon, Auberle CEO. “We are so fortunate that Randy Baumann and Pittsburgh’s music legends donate their time to raise awareness about the work that Auberle does to change lives. It’s a great, fun opportunity to celebrate with our supporters and introduce new people to the life changing work that Auberle does.”
Voices Carry was launched to raise awareness and funds for Auberle’s 16 program areas that provide service to over 3,000 at-risk children and families each year. Last year’s event welcomed over 600 guests including local politicians, television personalities, musicians and athletes and raised over $92,000 for Auberle.
For more information regarding the event and for a complete list of performances, visit www.auberle.org/voices-carry.
Since 1952, Auberle has been dedicated to community, strong families and successful youth. Auberle serves over 3,000 at-risk children and families annually in eight counties in southwestern Pennsylvania. Today, Auberle offers 16 programs including preventative and community-based services, with 60% of our clients served in their home, school or in their community. Auberle’s services include residential care, foster care, emergency shelter, in-home intervention, education, workforce development, drug and alcohol and mental health programs. Auberle is a recipient of the Wishart Award for Excellence in Non-Profit Management and was named Agency of the Year in the United States by the Alliance for Children and Families, the largest network of human services organizations in the United States.
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