Phoenix, AZ— Law Tigers has announced that they will be the host for the next social distancing concert organized by The Hood Does Good. As a privately organized fundraiser in support of hospitality workers in dire need of financial assistance, this event (the 8th of 10) will take place on Saturday, May 30th from 6:30pm to 9:30pm in the Arcadia neighborhood near 46th street and Calle Del Medio. The event will be hosted by COO/Co-Owner Ari Levenbaum.
Featured in a recent AZ Central article by Karina Bland, “The Hood Does Good” has been a literal “show on the road” with live classic rock musicians performing out of the back of a classic car in various area neighborhoods to raise funds and awareness for the Omni Circle. Doug Varsano, the Director of Sales and Marketing of the Omni Scottsdale developed the concept and has been executing these events weekly during this pandemic which has been devastating to the hospitality industry. “As business and community leaders we are called upon to be extraordinary especially in extraordinary times. We may not be able to congregate in the same ways, but we certainly can sing, dance and rock n’ roll. I am beyond grateful to the Law Tigers for embracing my mission and mentality toward this recent adversity.”
With the owner of Omni Hotels and Resorts, The Rowling Family, offering to match donations at 5 to 1, The Hood Does Good has already raised over $70,000 in the past month. The goal of this event is to crest the $100,000 mark inclusive of the match. “Supporting a great cause and bringing our neighbors together while staying a-part, feels right. The philanthropic culture of our neighborhood and our organization will be out in full force”, said Levenbaum.
Attendees only need to bring a chair, blanket, and comply with social distancing recommendations. Aioli Burgers Food Truck, Kona Ice, Leo’s Ice Cream, OHSO, and Phat Scooters will also be supporting the event to ensure a fun, family-oriented experience in a safe environment.
Contributions to the ACMSF COVID-19 Relief Fund will be distributed to deliver personal protective equipment and sustenance to healthcare professionals on the front-lines of the war against COVID-19. The ACMS Foundation is a registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. The ACMS Foundation is a registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.Founded in 1960 to respond to the polio virus in Western Pennsylvania, the Allegheny County Medical Society Foundation is again mobilizing to combat epidemic in our region. Contributions to the ACMSF COVID-19 Front Line Relief Fund will be distributed to deliver personal protective equipment and sustenance to healthcare professionals.