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Crystal Gayle to Perform Local Benefit for Moms in Need
Grammy-Award winner Crystal Gayle will perform a benefit concert on November 6 for Cradle of Hope, a Minnesota non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to pregnant women and their babies
Crystal Gayle took country music to town in the 1970s with her signature songs “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue” and “I’ll Get Over You”. Today, she continues to tour and record extensively, with a repertoire of music that includes country, pop, American standards and more.
Tickets are $25, $40 and $75 and can be purchased through The O’Shaughnessy Ticket Office, 651-690-6700, or TicketMaster, 800-745-3000. Group and senior discounts are available. Amounts over $20 per ticket are tax-deductible.
Concert proceeds will pay for housing and portable cribs for women facing challenging pregnancies. Cradle of Hope is a non-profit organization founded in 1973. Since then, it has granted a total of more than $4.4 million in maternity-related financial assistance to women and infants in need.
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About Cradle of Hope:
Cradle of Hope is a non-profit organization which provides financial aid to pregnant women and to women with infants less than three months of age. Cradle of Hope offers one-time assistance to mothers who are ineligible for aid from other resources and need immediate help with maternity-related expenses. Assistance is granted regardless of marital status, race, religion, age, or source of income.
The board, staff and volunteers of Cradle of Hope believe in the sanctity of all human life. With this in mind, our Mission is to encourage life by providing financial aid to women and babies in crisis, especially those women who might not choose life because of financial pressures.