4th Annual GMRF "Children Helping Children" Virtual Concert
Sunday at 6:00 PM EDT
Details to view the event are private and will be sent along with your ticket purchase.
“Sharing our talent to benefit other children is so heartwarming and fulfilling!” ~Meagan Lee and Kaitlyn Lee
MEAGAN AND KAITLYN’S STORY: In 2018, 10-year-old young pianist Meagan Lee was looking for ways to share her musical talent that would make a difference in her community and in the world. So she joined GMRF’s “Children Helping Children'' fundraising mission and initiated the annual Solo Piano Fundraising Concert. Since the second year, her equally talented sister, cellist Kaitlyn Lee joined her to take the concert program to the next level with their beautiful cello and piano duets. Meagan and Kaitlyn’s wish is not only to raise funds for GMRF’s mission but also to raise much-needed awareness. They have proudly raised over $6,000 through their concerts since 2018! On behalf of the children we serve, we at GMRF are so grateful that the Lee’s are part of our community.
4th ANNUAL CONCERT: As we navigate the aftermath of the pandemic, we are hosting a second virtual concert, in the hopes of reaching a wider audience with Meagan and Kaitlyn’s music and GMRF’s mission. We hope that you can join us on July 11th at 6:00 PM ET to help GMRF’s children receive much-needed medical treatment and prosthetics. Join us in welcoming children from around the world as the Dare to Dream House re-opens for the first time in a year! Together, we can uplift these amazing children with hope for the future. Please donate as you are able – every little bit helps!
ABOUT GMRF: The Global Medical Relief Fund (GMRF) was founded by Elissa Montanti in 1997 to bring hope to children who are missing or have lost the use of their limbs, have been severely burned, or are otherwise damaged due to the atrocities of war, natural disasters, accidents, illness or violence. GMRF partners with Shriners Hospitals for Children, Northwell Health, and other hospitals and private doctors who donate their time and professional services. GMRF welcomes the majority of children to the Dare to Dream House on Staten Island, where they and their parents/guardians have the opportunity to meet and bond with other families from around the world who are in similar circumstances. The combination of medical care and these unique, personal relationships has the power to wholly and positively change a child’s and their family’s life forever. To date, GMRF has helped over 375 children from 55 different countries with over 1800 medical visits. You have the power to help us help even more children!
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