Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Benefit
Equinox Global Missions in partnership with Savannah Georgia’s local business community through an organization called "Buy Local" are collecting funds for those who’ve experienced devastating losses from the December tornadoes in Western Kentucky. 100% of the funds collected here will be directed to disaster relief efforts for Christian County and western Kentucky families. Funds raised will be dispersed between the Christian County Chamber of Commerce Gift Cards for Compassion campaign and the Kentucky Sports Radio & Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Tornado Relief Fund.
About Equinox Global Missions
The Equinox Global Missions is passionate about using world-class music to restore good wherever it's lost and to revive joy wherever it's fading. They produce and direct music mission projects and music education across the US and abroad by sending out teams of artists to fulfill their three core objectives– Entertain, Connect, Serve.
About Buy Local
Buy Local’s mission is to support independent locally owned and operated businesses in the greater Chatham County area, to maintain our unique community character, provide continuing opportunities for entrepreneurs, build our community economic strength, and prevent the displacement of community-based businesses by national and global entities.
HOPKINSVILLE, KY, DECEMBER 16, 2021: Music has the power to unite, restore, and revive. The Pennyroyal Arts Council and Equinox Global Missions are organizing a benefit concert at the Alhambra Theatre in downtown Hopkinsville on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at 7 p.m. to aide Christian County and western Kentucky victims impacted by the tornados and the severe weather system on December 11, 2021. The benefit will serve as a night of healing and impact featuring gospel and big band music from The Fabulous Equinox Orchestra and local talent as we gather as a community to recover and rebuild.
“Jeremy Davis and Clay Johnson of The Fabulous Equinox Orchestra reached out following the storms to see how they could help donate their talent and time to helping the western Kentucky community during their time of crisis,”says Margaret Prim, Executive Director of the Pennyroyal Arts Council. “Their passion for music mission outreach is unmatched and I’m glad that we were able to quickly organize and bring their Savannah show to help those who need it most.”