No Harm Done Concert to Benefit Safe Nest

(10/12/2013)

NO HARM DONE—SONGS AGAINST DOMESTIC ABUSE CONCERT TO BENEFIT SAFE NEST

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  In an effort to raise awareness about domestic violence several local musicians and bands are coming together for the No Harm Done fundraising concert, October 19, 6 pm in the Aliante Hotel & Casino showroom.  The artists performing include Sarah Thiele, The Josaphines, The All-Togethers, Jeff Mix, Megan Barker, Stevenson Brooks, and Virdian.  The evening will also include a raffle of hand-made drums and other valuable items.

“No Harm Done is such an exciting way to raise awareness about domestic violence” said Lisa Lynn Chapman, director of community relations at Safe Nest.  “Music can make a powerful statement about such a pervasive problem in our community.”

All of the performers are featured on the No Harm Done CD  which is a compilation of local, original music that is currently on sale at www.noharmdone.net and www.safenest.org. The profits from the sale of the No Harm Done CD and concert goes directly to benefits Safe Nest, Nevada’s oldest, largest and most comprehensive domestic violence services agency. 

Founded by musician Jefferson Montoya, No Harm Done is a charitable project that uses original, local music to educate, increase awareness and raise funds for domestic abuse non-profit organizations.

“This is going to be a great show for a greater cause,” said Montoya. “I hope the whole community comes out to stand with us against domestic abuse.”

Established in 1977, Safe Nest is Nevada’s -- largest and most comprehensive non-profit agency devoted solely to domestic violence issues. Serving over 50,000 persons annually, Safe Nest programs include shelter, counseling, advocacy, and prevention education.  For more information, please call 702-877-0133 ext 238.