LIFE IS GOOD FLAGSHIP STORE IN BOSTON
Fans can meet Keller Williams and Life is good co-founders Bert and John Jacobs following the show at a private after party on Life is good’s rooftop deck for a donation of $75 or more.
The concert is an example of Life is good’s ‘do what you like’ fundraising events, which empower fellow optimists to support The Life is good Playmakers year-round by hosting their own fundraising initiatives. From holding a backyard barbeque to selling lemonade, anyone can help Life is good spread optimism and help kids in need by doing something they enjoy.
One hundred percent of the proceeds from the concert will support The Life is good Playmakers, which helps kids overcome poverty, violence and illness by harnessing the healing power of play. To date, Life is good has raised more than $8 million for kids in need, principally through the annual Life is good Festival, Life is good products and other fundraising activities.
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