Mimi Fishman Foundation: Rock the Earth Benefit Auction

BIDDING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL SUNDAY MAY 9

Bob Weir
For the sixth time in as many years, the Mimi Fishman Foundation is conducting an on-line auction to benefit Rock the Earth. Auction includes VIP concert packages for Bonnaroo, Summer Camp, Del Fest, Floyd Fest and High Sierra Music Festivals, plus a Michael Franti signed Gibson guitar, a limited edition signed Bob Weir photo print, one-of-a-kind David Welker "Rift" artist print, and a multi-performer signed Summer Camp '09 poster. Bidding is open to the public until Sunday, May 9 online at www.mimifishman.org/auctions.

The Mimi Fishman Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1999 by Miriam "Mimi" Fishman and David Shulman, was founded as a vehicle to raise funds for various charities. Mimi Fishman is the mother of Jon Fishman, drummer for the band Phish.

Rock the Earth (RtE) is a national environmental advocacy organization committed to protecting and defending America's natural resources through partnerships that bring together the music industry and the world-wide environmental community. Thanks to the generous support and consideration of earth-conscious music artists such as the Dave Matthews Band, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Bonnie Raitt, Jack Johnson, The Pretenders, Incubus, Phish, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Gov't Mule, Sheryl Crow, Umphrey's McGee, the Allman Brothers Band, and many others, Rock the Earth is able to provide a fan engagement platform that informs and seeks to mobilize music fans and artists to serve as advocates to help ensure the existence of a sustainable and healthy environment for all.

http://www.mimifishman.org/auctions/

[Published on: 5/7/10]

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