Artists Come Forward In Support of The Haiti Project
Global Syndicate's "The Haiti Project" bring superstar artist and celebrities to M2 Ultralounge
New York, NY – May 5, 2009 – The Global Syndicate, a US-based not-for- profit organization that supports worldwide humanitarian efforts, will host their first fundraising event for The Haiti Project at M2 UltraLounge in New York, on May 13, 2009. The Global Syndicate today announced that Superstar recording artist, Kevin Lyttle, will be on hand to perform his hit single, “Turn Me On”. Also slated to make an appearance are New York Giants Brandon Jacobs and Cliff Louis, Heroes star Jimmy Jean-Louis, The Wire’s Jamie Hector (Marlo), and Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries. The event is being sponsored by Starr African Rum.
The Global Syndicate has designated six non-profit organizations—
The event promises to be a huge success, bringing much-needed aid to the 205 year-old island nation.
About The Haiti Project
The Haiti Project is a nationwide fundraising and awareness campaign that will generate more than five hundred thousand dollars to support critical humanitarian efforts in Haiti. Led by The Global Syndicate, this collaborative effort unites socially-conscious individuals in support of real action on the ground in Haiti. The effort will bring about highly targeted, informative and powerful events in key cities across the United States. Our proceeds will directly support existing non-profit organizations that provide lifesaving education, healthcare, and economic development services to Haitian men, women, and children living on the island – a majority of which survive on less than two dollars per day.
About The Global Syndicate
The Global Syndicate is a worldwide collaborative effort with a shared vision and concerted passion to address issues that plague humanity. The Global Syndicate assesses where fundraising is urgently needed, with an affinity for addressing gaps in education, health, and economic inequality. We harness massive resources to affect singular concerns of importance, and generate informative and exciting campaigns to raise both immediate dollars and long-lasting awareness. To learn more about The Global Syndicate visit: www.theglobalsyndicate.org.
Tamar Bazin, Public Relations
The Haiti Project