Barefoot Media Ministries stations have joined the #ENCW Project: Hurricane Harvey. Barefoot Media Ministries’ KOAY/Caldwell (Project 88.7) and 89.5 KTSY/Boise presents Hope For Harvey Benefit Concert this Thursday night, August 31st at 6:30 pm.
KTFY/Twin Falls (88.1 The Bridge) is on the air today raising funds for Buckets of Blessings with God’s Pit Crewand will do the same tomorrow on KTSY. Project 88.7 will have DJ’s mentioning the projects and has transformed it’s Last Blast of Summer at Roaring Springs Water Park with GAWVI to a benefit concert. The event is being held at Roaring Springs featuring Reach Recording EDM/Pop artist GAWVI and Nampa’s J-Flight. All proceeds from the show will be given to relief efforts for those impacted by Harvey. Monetary donations are being accepted at and during the event.
Project 88.7 had the Last Blast of Summer planned with GAWVI at Roaring Springs when Hurricane Harvey decimated Houston. Suddenly, there was a need greater than a fun party at the Wave Pool – millions of Americans are impacted by the ongoing devastation of Hurricane Harvey. Since GAWVI has roots in Houston, it just seemed natural to turn this night into a benefit concert.
Barefoot Media President, Brian Yeager says, “Project 88.7 is all about fostering grass roots movements. As a close-knit community, we have a national emergency that we can all be involved in. People are invited to enjoy a great night of music, and make a positive impact. We can help bring hope to Houston.”
Brian also says, “We were just contacted by The Village in Meridian. This is THE PLACE in the Treasure Valley. It’s an outdoor lifestyle shopping type place with restaurants and Bellagio style water fountains. They asked us to come and feature the Buckets of Blessings from The Village, so we will be broadcasting live and fundraising from The Village tomorrow from 10 am – 7 pm.”
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Barefoot Media Ministries radio stations (89.5 KTSY, 88.1 The Bridge & Project 88.7) are designed to move people to action. For 27 years, BFMM families have reacted to needs with generosity with a mission of moving people into service and volunteerism.