Jazz concert series benefits non-profits, including Interfaith Sanctuary

Posted at 5:34 PM, Aug 03, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-03 19:44:03-04

Those with Interfaith Sanctuary announced the start of a new program with the kick off coinciding with Wednesday night's jazz fundraising concert at the Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise.

Internationally renowned musician and Boise native Curtis Stigers will take center stage. Along with his jazz band from New York and other such artists, people can take in the music and learn more about the homeless shelter's Reoccurring Donor Program.

You can now sign up to make monthly contributions. For more information, dial (208) 343-2630.

"We want people who can support us but maybe can't do more but maybe a little every month. And then, we build our community, and we build our outreach," says Jodi Peterson with Interfaith Sanctuary. "It helps us to know we have a certain amount of money coming in every month."

There are still tickets left for Wednesday night's concert that starts at 8 p.m. You can purchase them at the door.

The jazz for a cause series starts in the city Wednesday and then moves to the mountains in McCall.

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