‘Artists for Others’ to perform for Agape International Missions
On April 3, Grammy Award-winnerAmy Grant will perform with other guest musicians when Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa hosts “Artists for Others,” a benefit for Agape International Missions (AIM).
Grant has been awarded a star on the HollywoodWalk of Fame and received 25 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards. Joining her will be Kip Winger, Lincoln Brewster, BuddyHyatt, Celica Westbrook, T.G. Sheppard, Danny Gokey and Kelly Lang. “Artists for Others” will also feature Lisa Cohen of the CNN Freedom Project, Bridget and Don Brewster of AIM, Ken Peterson of 3Strands and artist David Garibaldi.
“Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is proud to present this impressive lineup of talent as we raise funds for AIM, which rescues children from sex trafficking,” said Eva Hill, president of Britannia Pacific Properties.
She added, “’Artists for Others’ is our way of giving back to the community. The AIM benefit April 3 will kick off other charitable performances to be held every year at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa. Guests will enjoy a magical night of music, up close and personal, with these talented artists. All of the artists are performing at the benefit without a fee because they love children and want to do all that they can to help AIM.”
AIM was founded in Cambodia in 1989 as a humanitarian aid and church planting organization in Cambodia. Since 2005, the organization has focused on ending the child sexual slavery. AIM takes a holistic approach of fighting trafficking, restoring victims and transforming communities, in order to defeat trafficking.
The evening will include a cocktail reception with hors d’oeuvres and a dessert buffet. Tickets are $250 per person or $2,000 for a VIP table. Specially priced hotel accommodations are available for those attending the event.
For more information, call Alison Votaw at 561-540-4994 or email Alison.Votaw@ EauPalmBeach.com.
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