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Hello HAAM member-musicians!

It’s HAAM Benefit Day time of the year and I need your help! There are 3 simple ways you can support HAAM and make this year’s HAAM Benefit Day the best one yet.

Here’s how you can help:

  1. Make sure all your friends and fans (including on Facebook and Twitter) know that HAAM Benefit Day is Tuesday, October 4 and send them the link to the HAAM Benefit Day website: http://hbd.myhaam.org. Ask them to donate $5 or more to HAAM. If every one receiving this email got 2 people to give $5 we would raise $15,000 to support HAAM. That would be a HUGE help to HAAM. You have the power to help us reach this important fundraising goal – every donation counts!
  2. Come down to ACL Live at The Moody Theater on Monday, September 26 from 4:30pm-6:30pm for the HAAM Benefit Day kickoff. This is the kickoff event where we thank the participating businesses. Each year the business supporters tell me that this event is one of their favorites because the musicians come out to thank them and celebrate together. I need your help again this year! If you are in town and available to come to this event, please do.
  3. If you are playing a show on HAAM Benefit Day, THANK YOU! You can help by promoting your HAAM Benefit Day show to your fan base. HAAMbassadors will be collecting donations at every music performance. These contributions are essential for HAAM to be able to maintain services for all of you. The full music schedule is available at: http://hbd.myhaam.org/shows

Thanks to all of you for all the ways you give back to HAAM! We appreciate you!

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