Creative Action Institute: Raising Spirits for Gender Equality

Boston Musicians to Perform in Global Benefit for Gender Equality and Environmental Sustainability organization Creative Action Institute

Boston, Oct. 24:  Boston-based performers Amy Fairchild and Carla Ryder will join eight musicians and artists from across the globe for a virtual music festival that will raise money to support Creative Action Institute’s work to advance gender equality and build a more sustainable planet. 

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Amy and Carla will be performing sets as part of Raising Spirits, Creative Action Institute’s online event taking place October 24th at 4:00 pm EST. They are joining performers from New York City, Cincinnati, Seattle, Kenya, Cameroon, Bristol (England) and Oxford (England) in this one-night-only event.

Tickets are available for purchase on Eventbrite. All proceeds from ticket sales, donations, and sponsorships will support Creative Action Institute’s trainings, coaching, and other services to help girls, mentors, and grassroots leaders develop skills and strategies to achieve gender equality and establish sustainable practices in their communities

Creative Action Institute is grateful for event sponsors, Social(K), Alyssa Wright Consulting, NorthStar Asset Management, and Zevin Asset Management, for making this event possible.

Creative Action Institute catalyzes community driven solutions that advance gender equality and build a sustainable planet. Through our experiential trainings, convenings and coaching, we develop creative leaders, build networks and support grassroots advocacy. We work to develop the leadership capacity of individuals and organizations, creating cohorts for collective advocacy and building movements that challenge negative social norms. Learn more about the gender equality programs they support by visiting this page.

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