The Robert Vasen Foundation Presents Its Second “Concert for a Cause” at Nectar Lounge

SEATTLE, WA – The Robert Vasen Foundation is hosting its second Concert for a Cause, taking place at Freemont’s Nectar Lounge on Saturday, April 28, 2012. The Foundation, whose mission is to continue the spirit, values and activities of Robert Vasen by supporting the development of Seattle area youth, is hosting the concert to encourage local young professionals to give back to the community.


“Robert was passionate about reaching out and helping others. This concert is a way to bring Robert’s peers – local students and young professionals – together, to get everyone more involved in the community,” explained Robert Vasen Foundation Advisory Board President, Tony Rona. “The goal is to act as a liaison between the various organizations we already support and this younger demographic to set up engaging and rewarding volunteer opportunities, making it fun and effortless for local 20 and 30-something’s to give back like Robert did.”


The concert lineup features three local bands, Sons of Huns, Radiation City and Slow Dance, with doors opening at 8 p.m. on April 28. Tickets are available for presale at $10 on Nectar’s web calendar, or $15 at the door. Upcoming peer volunteer opportunities presented by the Robert Vasen Foundation will be publicized shortly in addition to being announced at the event.


Stay up to date with the latest opportunities and fundraisers presented by the Robert Vasen Foundation by following RVF on Facebook , or by visiting www.robertvasen.com/foundation. Don’t miss the launch of the Foundation’s new website, slated to go live later this year.


The Robert Vasen Foundation
The Robert Vasen Foundation (RVF) is a fully accredited 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to continuing the spirit, values, and activities of Robert Vasen by fostering action within the community around the challenges that young people face. RVF is continuing Robert’s legacy by partnering with local nonprofit organizations to create programs that provide physical, psychological, and emotional support to local youth.  For information on the Foundation’s programs or how to partner with the Robert Vasen Foundation, please visit www.robertvasen.com/foundation or follow the Robert Vasen Foundation onFacebook.

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