Gimme Shelter benefit concert aids Interfaith Sanctuary

BOISE - A sneak peak at Interfaith Sanctuary's new music video for the May Idaho Gives drive is set for April 6 at The Record Exchange.

It's all part of the Gimme Shelter benefit concert that coincides with First Thursday festivities in downtown Boise.

All ages are welcome, and it's free to get in.

There will also be original art that's part of a silent auction and quite the list of performers including Jazz Artist Curtis Stigers.

You can also buy local, handcrafted charm necklaces in support of the homeless shelter.

"Anyone is welcome at our shelter no matter what your religion, your race... no matter where you come from, no matter how you love, whatever," says Jodi Peterson, director of the Interfaith Sanctuary. "We are a shelter that will take care of you."

It kicks off at 6 p.m. Plus, you can also learn more about the unique ways Interfaith Sanctuary helps folks successfully transition out of homelessness.
 

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