Creed's Front Man to Perform at Fundraiser in South Beach

Lead singer and Hunky Grammy Winner  of the rock band Creed, Scott Stapp, will perform at the National Voices for Equality, Education & Enlightenment’s anti-bullying fundraiser at Dream Hotel’s rooftop Highbar. Other performances by Jaclyn Stapp, Michelle Williams, Marcus Lemoni and Daisy Deadpetals will also be well worth seeing.

The event will be on  Saturday, September 15, 2012 at 8 PM till Midnight, National Voices for Equality, Education and Enlightenment (NVEEE), a Florida based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to prevent bullying, violence and suicide.

This fundraiser will benefit NVEEE’s “Not On My Watch” School-wide Bullying Prevention Program. Designed to initiate a systemic prevention network to reduce bullying incidents in school, this program will consist of a series of workshops and other in-school activities that will teach social skills, model specific actions, and demonstrate ways of behaving that empower students to reduce peer harassment and self-harm.

“The Not On My Watch Anti-Bullying Campaign, is a school-wide bullying prevention program now slated to be implemented in three (3) schools in South Florida for the the 2012 – 2013 year. This is a major accomplishment for NVEEE, and we did not do it alone. It came with the support of community members who are committed to safer schools and empowering youth to stand up and truly embody the change, instead of being told to change.” said Jowharah Sanders, NVEEE’s Founder and Executive Director.

 

Held at Highbar, atop the new Dream Hotel in South Beach, with featured co-host and honoree Marcus Lemonis, the event is to include a private acoustic set performed by Grammy Winner Scott Stapp, lead Singer of the multi-platinum rock band “CREED”; a live auction, hosted by Daisy Deadpetals, to win a private jet round trip to Bahamas courtesy of Sky Limo Air Charter; complimentary h’orderves; open bar from 8 PM till 10 PM; and music by DJ Maximus 3000.

 

To purchase tickets go to http://www.nveeesm.eventbrite.com. General admission is $50. VIP prices begin at $125.

NVEEE is a community-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit established in October 2009. Our mission is to prevent bullying, violence and suicide among youth families and communities through direct service, mentoring and prevention education. NVEEE has a diverse team of professional educators, business leaders, parents and students who took their concerns about student safety and well-being and put their passion into action–moving from bystanders to community leaders.

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