You’re familiar with Jars of Clay’s music and its constant efforts to help those in need through its Blood:Water Mission and other charitable partners. What you may not know is that the band’s studio sustained substantial damage due to last week’s floods. (You can see footage of this on the band’s website.)
Always seeking to help others, Jars of Clay has focused its efforts on helping those who experienced even greater loss.
As you review the note below, please consider standing with Jars of Clay by directing those in your circles to www.jarsofclay.com to download the Flood(ed) Benefit EP. It’s available for $1 and 100% of the proceeds go directly to charities aiding in local relief efforts.

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