Sugar Land, Texas-April 13, 2022 – The founders of the World’s First Dogecoin Music Festival,
Dogepalooza, are proud to announce their Marquee Sponsor and Highlighted Charity, 4MyCiTy
Sugar Land, Texas Apr 13, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Founded in 2018, 4MyCiTy Inc. has positioned itself to be one of the leaders in environmental sustainability across the country. 4MyCiTy’s leadership team is focused on helping those in need and are dedicated to developing programs that limit the harmful effects caused by organic waste on the environment while improving food security for families within our communities.
4MyCiTy, has distributed over 130 million pounds of food to families facing hunger since October of 2018; that’s an estimated 108 million meals. Their home state is Maryland, but at the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic, they distributed food supplies across eighteen states, including over 126,000 pounds of food to the families in Houston, Texas. That’s over 105,000 meals to families that were struggling. For more information and how you can help, please visit their website at 4mycity.us.
There is a fundamental absurdity in our food system: 35% of the food we produce in the U.S. is thrown away, yet an estimated 42 million Americans struggle with hunger. 4MyCiTy can help.
Your Support Can Make a Difference
By supporting local charities, you can see the impact your donation makes. Local charities often have much smaller budgets than larger national charities. This means that your support can truly make a difference. At 4MyCiTy, we keep you up to date on all activities that our funding is assigned to while helping support community residents. When you make a donation to 4MyCiTy, you can see exactly where your money is going all while contributing to the growth of your local
Dogepalooza, an authentic community-driven Dogecoin Music Festival, is slated to be held in multiple cities and countries around the globe. The online Dogecoin community consists of
millions of members from around the world, and across all social media platforms. Massive digital media attention is swelling as the enthusiasm for the event continues to explode. The festival is family-friendly and open to the public.
The first festival will be held on April 23rd, 2022, at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, Texas, and will include Grammy Award winner, a living legend, and icon Dionne Warwick; Grammy Award-winning producer, DJ, singer, musician, songwriter, composer, and friend of Dogepalooza, Damon Elliott; Grammy award-winning artists White Sun; Up-and-coming pop star Simona; Jason Dmore who is mentored by Ne-Yo; ASTRO-CAT, a new and upcoming DJ who is a proud Dogecoin community member, Vel Lewis, and Sugar Land’s own Dulles High School Jazz Band, The Viking Vanguard, as well as many other national and local artists will all will be celebrated by a firework show to complete the day of Much WOW!
Dionne Warwick, who will make a special guest appearance is also a Dogepalooza supporter and comments, “I’m so looking forward to being a part of this meaningful festival which supports so many vital causes.”
Giving back to Charities
All the funds raised from Dogepalooza ticket sales (minus sales tax and credit card processing fees) will be donated to the charities we support. Tickets are $65 for general admission and
include free parking along with a collectible 1 of 5,000 NFT. VIP tickets are $150 and include a VIP area with bathrooms and a bar on the field, free parking, a 1 of 5,000 NFT, and a super rare of 500 VIP NFT. For children ages, 4-12 tickets are $25, and children under 3 are free.
Charities supposed by Dogepalooza
A portion of proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to 4MyCity, the American Cancer Society, the Lupus Foundation, Disabled American Vets (DAV), the Humane Society of Oldham
County, Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, Khan Academy, and the Cerebral Palsy Foundation.
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