Kindness of Strangers Comedy Tour Comes to Stockton March 14 for Fundraising Show
Featuring Comedians, Marc Yaffee and Adam Stone, Proceeds from Dinner, Raffle and Comedy Show Benefit Stockton Non-Profit, Indigenous People's Adjustment Program
By: Kindness of Strangers Comedy Tour
Yaffee is a co-star of the historic Showtime special, Goin' Native. He can currently be seen on Amazon Prime and heard on SiriusXM. Stone is a regular at the Laugh Factory and has appeared on the nationally-syndicated Bob & Tom Show.
Inspired by the Netflix documentary, The Kindness Diaries with Leon Logothesis, Yaffee and Stone will be performing all Kindness of Strangers Comedy shows for free. Any money they earn related to tour shows comes by way of the kindness of strangers who buy their tour merchandise after the show.
"We are very excited to come to Stockton to support the Indigenous Peoples Adjustment Program," says Yaffee. "This will be the first of what we hope will be many Kindness of Strangers Comedy Tour shows."
Yaffee and Stone hope to raise $1.1 million with the Kindness of Strangers Comedy Tour, given the many worthy non-profits such as IPAP. The proceeds from this show will help IPAP fund an aftercare center for Native people to embrace cultural awareness and healing.
Tickets for the show are available the night of the performance at Fellowship Hall, 2220 W Alpine Avenue Stockton, CA. Doors open 6pm. Dinner is at 6:30pm. Raffle at 7pm and show at 7:30pm. For more info, contact Gerald Arnett at 209 481 2361 or Nora Nambiar at 209 688 6213.
For more information on the Kindness of Strangers Comedy Tour, visit, https://kindnessofstrangerscomedy.com