STAND a chance to win a one-on-one video chat with the Parlotones, while supporting underprivileged children.
The Parlotones have joined with The-Unreachables, an online fundraising site to raise money for the Little Wing Music Foundation. The-Unreachables was launched in December with the aim of connecting celebrities with local and international charities to raise awareness and funds.
“The concept is quite simple. In exchange for a small donation to charity, each donor receives exclusive digital content from the celebrity, as well as being entered into a draw to win a one-on-one video chat with the celebrity, in this case, the Parlotones,” said The-Unreachables founder, Richard Shanks in a media release.
The charity the Parlotones has been connected with, the Little Wing Music Foundation, offers free music education, life-skills and mentoring to orphaned and underprivileged children. “We are thrilled to be part of this project. The Little Wing Music Foundation is a great cause with the potential to change lives across South Africa and with the help of The-Unreachables, we’re confident they will,” said an excited Parlotones frontman and vocalist, Kahn Morbee.
On 24 November last year, the Little Wing band was invited to perform at a music festival taking place in September in Las Vegas. The Little Wing Music Foundation co-founder, Tammy Dutton said she was blown away by the news. “The Little Wing Band performing in Las Vegas – it’s a dream come true. If only we can raise the funds to get them there.”
The ‘Give Them Wings’ campaign will close on 25 May. Readers can support the Little Wing Band by making a small donation to the campaign at The-Unreachables website (www.the-unreachables.com).
We are so grateful to the Parlotones and The-Unreachables for their efforts in helping us make this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity a reality,” said Tammy.