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Hilary Harris
Don't you want to see this?
Tonight marks the second-annual Gigs4Good concert for Team Up for Nonprofits, benefiting the parent organization which passes

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Today Reverb Recommends Heading to the Tractor for Team Up for Nonprofits' Gigs4Good

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Hilary Harris
Don't you want to see this?
Tonight marks the second-annual Gigs4Good concert for Team Up for Nonprofits, benefiting the parent organization which passes those gains along to the good of other local nonprofits. From their website:

Team Up for Nonprofits' mission is to build capacity for nonprofit organizations by cultivating a new generation of engaged supporters through the power of music and social media. Our Gigs4Good benefits raise funds and awareness for the nonprofits we partner with and provide a fun and accessible opportunity for people to support organizations making a difference. This benefit will raise vital funds that we will use to grow our Gigs4Good program in 2012. We have at least four Gigs4Good benefits planned that will support some of our community's best nonprofit organizations. Our goal in 2012 is to move from a 100% volunteer organization to having a paid employee, resulting in bigger and better events that raise more funds and awareness for the nonprofits we partner with. Your support with this event is crucial to making that a reality!

Help them help others and hear some great music from Portland's Drew Grow and the Pastors' Wives, Shelton's Lower Lights Burning, and Seattle's own Chris Cunningham of Ravenna Woods. Things kick of at the Tractor Tavern at 8 p.m. and tickets are available through Brown Paper Tickets. Watch a video of Drew Grow performing at the 2010 Doe Bay Festival courtesy of Sound on the Sound after the jump.

 
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