Utah artists to perform benefit concert for refugees of Ukraine
May 13, 2022, 7:00 AM
(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
PROVO, Utah — A Song of Hope, an international nonprofit ministry, has announced a free benefit concert at Provo High School to benefit the refugees of Ukraine. The organizers intend to raise funds to help support the non-profit, non-governmental World Central Kitchen.
The benefit concert for Ukraine is on May 23, 2022, at 5 pm.
According to the A Song of Hope website, there will be food trucks at the event along with ten performing artists. Also, a silent auction will follow the benefit concert. All proceeds will go to help Ukrainian refugees through the World Central Kitchen.
Tiffany Gale, the producer for A Song of Hope, said through this event she wants to bring hope to Ukrainian refugees. Also, she plans to extend this event into the Salt Lake area once a venue is established.
Gale said that community members can help support their cause by donating to the World Central Kitchen. All proceeds will aid World Central Kitchen’s effort to feed Ukrainian children and families fleeing the war.
- David Leavitt heads to Ukraine to help donor find 500 families to support
- Biden signs Ukraine bill, seeks $40B aid, in Putin rejoinder
- Jill Biden pays surprise visit to Ukraine, meets first lady