This inaugural event of the series will be held on January 18, 2020 from 6-10 pm at the Blackbird House Women’s Coworking Collective in Culver City, Ca. Our intimate concert is well positioned just before Martin Luther King Day and kicks off National Day of Service. We plan to honor our celebrity Ambassadors nominated by the Shared Harvest network and national community.
These Honorees took bold steps to use their voice to help de-stigmatize mental illnesses and advocate for better access to mental health services that save lives. They’ve used their individual platforms to speak out about the challenges with our mental healthcare system and the compounding disparities brought on by the human resource drought and the $1.6 trillion student debt crisis exacerbating the problem for many immigrants and communities of color.
Shared Harvest created the first enterprise-level volunteer management solution and student debt rewards platform. This SaaS product was founded by three African American women physicians who want to spread prosperity through purpose and compassion.
Sounds of Goodness is all about breaking free from the chaos and destructive noise and amplifying sounds of goodness, recognizing the voices affecting change, activating strong networks, expanding resources and promoting inspirational music.
We’re excited to welcome Meghan Sahli-Wells, Mayor of Culver City and the legendary and unapologetic trailblazer for service, Christine Simmons, COO of the Academy of Motion Pictures.
Expect a delightful musical tribute from our lineup of eclectic local talent and special guest artists.
The Blackbird House is a very special place founded by designer and activist, Bridgid Coulter. It truly is our ideal partner in Wellness, Service, and Relief. Come out and join the celebration!