A benefit concert hosted by the HOPE Center of Edmond. is schedule to happen this Saturday in Edmond. Those who love music and helping others can come and enjoy participating in a food drive and concert
Harvest for HOPE is a benefit concert that aims to gather more canned goods and donations to support the center’s advocacy of helping others in need. It is a great way to provide heartfelt contributions and give volunteers an enjoyable night to remember.
The HOPE Center of Edmond has been helping thousands of people and families for more than 25 years. Families, children, and those in need are provided free clothing, food, and basic assistance when they come to the facility.
The benefit concert will be held at 7:00 p.m. at Plunkett Park on the University of Central Oklahoma campus. Two bands will be performing live: Chrome Discus, which will play a variety of music genres and Jon O’Neal & the Rumours, who will play blues-rock.
Those who want to come and watch the concert will need to bring two canned goods for admission or $5. There will also be refreshments sold at the concert, with proceeds going to the center.
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