Greensboro, NC (September 16, 2020) – United Way of Greater Greensboro (UWGG) is continuing to celebrate its 98th year and invites everyone in the community to join the fun. On Sept. 22, 5:30-6:30 p.m., UWGG is hosting a free virtual concert with live music by local artist J. Timber.
J. Timber is a longtime supporter of UWGG’s efforts to end poverty. He was featured on UWGG’s Artists United to End Poverty benefit album, produced in partnership with The Culture Pushers. He has also performed at multiple UWGG events including Young Leader’s volunteer game nights at UWGG’s Family Success Centers.
“I care about the work United Way is doing. I believe in it, and I want to use my platform to them end local poverty,” said J. Timber.
Everyone is invited to virtually attend the concert to learn about UWGG’s efforts to end poverty and enjoy the family-friendly concert.
UWGG is asking 10,000 people to donate $100 this year. During the event, attendees will be invited to text IND100 to 41444 to give and become one of the 10,000 people joining the movement to end local poverty.
Visit www.UnitedWayGSO.org/Concert to register and watch via Zoom. Alternatively, watch the Facebook livestream at www.facebook.com/unitedwaygso.