Ray LaMontagne & Gregory Alan Isakov

with The Secret Sisters

As a nonprofit organization, the Free Clinic depends on financial support from the community to serve patients without passing on costs to them. The Benefit Concert is one of the organization’s primary fundraisers, and sponsorships, from $600 to $25,000 and above, play a significant role in helping the organization reach its financial goals.

 

Each sponsorship level offers significant perks, including tickets to the private Sponsors’ Cocktail Party prior to the concert, premier seating at the concert and formal recognition that will be seen by a large audience.

 

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Ray LaMontagne's vast catalog spans eight full length records, chart topping radio singles, and a Grammy win for "God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise", in addition to multiple Grammy nominations. American Songwriter says of Ray LaMontagne, “Both LaMontagne’s craftsmanship in the composition of these songs and his easygoing, unaccompanied playing will come as comfort food to established followers who should welcome this most organic return to his roots.” This year will prove to be an exciting one for LaMontagne as he heads out on the road in support of new music.

 

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and now calling Colorado home, horticulturist/musician Gregory Alan Isakov has cast an impressive presence on the indie-rock and folk worlds with his six full-length studio albums: That Sea, The Gambler; This Empty Northern Hemisphere; The Weatherman; Gregory Alan Isakov with the Colorado Symphony; Evening Machines (nominated for a Grammy award for Best Folk Album), and his most recent record, Appaloosa Bones. Isakov tours internationally with his band, and has performed with several symphony orchestras across the United States. When he is not on the road, Isakov runs a small farm in Boulder County, which provides produce to CSA members, restaurants, and Community Food Share (a local food bank).


About the Free Clinic:

Proceeds from this Benefit Concert enable the Free Clinic to provide high-quality medical care, mental health services, dental care and prescription medications to uninsured and under-insured individuals, at no cost to them. The Free Clinic business model employs a streamlined staff supported by a vast network of volunteer healthcare professionals and medical, dental and pharmacy students who receive superior training focusing on the delivery of compassionate care with dignity to our most vulnerable community members. With the support of some 900 volunteer providers, the Free Clinic serves nearly 3,000 patients annually.

 

“The Free Clinic is not just a non-profit, but an essential healthcare safety net for thousands of community members that simply can’t afford health insurance. We want everyone in Charlottesville – no matter their income level – to have access to doctors, specialists, counselors, dentists, and a pharmacy,” says Willa Barnhardt, the Free Clinic’s CEO of Development and Finance. “We continue to see our patient numbers grow, and in response we are expanding our dental clinic and integrated care services,” Barnhardt says. “We are incredibly grateful for our partners at Red Light Management and Ting Pavilion who support the Free Clinic with this 20th annual Benefit Concert which allows us to grow and support a healthy community.”

  • Oct 9, 2024
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    6:00 PM
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