Me Fine Foundation Announces 5th Annual Music for Me Fine
Event raised over $90,000 in 2019 to bring assistance to families with hospitalized kids
(RALEIGH) Me Fine Foundation today announced that the 5th annual Music for Me Fine (M4MF) will be held on April 24, 2020 at downtown Raleigh’s The Stockroom at 230 at 7:30 p.m. This year’s headliner is Susto and Jack the Radio will be opening the show. Tickets are on sale now and all proceeds will benefit the Me Fine Foundation.
“Last year’s Music for Me Fine raised over $90,000,” said Me Fine Foundation Executive Director Joey Powell. “That money goes a long way in serving families with children experiencing a medical crisis at UNC Children’s Hospital, Duke Children’s Medical Center, and WakeMed Children’s Hospital. Just last month, we provided more than $17,000 in financial and emotional support to 66 families. The money Music for Me Fine raises goes right back into North Carolina communities via these families dealing with a sick child – one of the hardest experiences a parent can have.”
Food and drinks (including beer and wine) are included in the $65 single/$120 couple ticket prices, as well as access to the M4MF silent auction.
“Our goal this year is to out-raise last year’s event,” said Me Fine Board Member and Music for Me Fine Event Chair Ben Steel. “We’ve got a great night planned with Susto, Jack the Radio, great food and drinks, and more. I know that people all over the Triangle will come out for this great night – while you’re having fun, you’ll also be offering hope to families when they need it most.”
Me Fine thanks Presenting Sponsor Southern First Bank and Headliner Sponsors August Construction Solutions and Empire Properties for their ongoing commitment to our mission.
About the Me Fine Foundation
One in three families with children experiences significant financial burden at some point due to medical care costs, and roughly three out of every five personal bankruptcies are byproducts of insurmountable medical debt.
Since 2004, Me Fine Foundation has addressed this overwhelming need by providing both financial and emotional support to thousands of families with children experiencing a medical crisis. We work with families whose children are being treated by Duke Children’s Medical Center, UNC Children’s Hospital, or WakeMed Children’s Hospital.