Hurricane Relief Come Together Now
 
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Other Katrina Relief Efforts  

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Pledges

Conscious Alliance
Accepting collections at Earthdance, Vegoose and "Power to the Peaceful" festivals, The String Cheese Incident fall tour, Dave Matthew Band concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheatre and at all 2005-06 shows at The Fillmore Auditorium.

Clear Channel Communications
Hosts StormAid.com, the online site the company operates and used for its fund-raising efforts after last year's South Asian tsunami. Many individual stations conducted local fundraisers as well.

National Association of Broadcasters
"Broadcast Unity for Katrina Relief" initiative to raise $100 million. NAB individually donating $1 million to American Red Cross.

Wolfgang's Vault
Bill Graham Presents archives. Donated $50,200 to Minnesota Helps Fund, and will donate 10 percent of revenues from rock 'n' roll memorabilia sales for the remainder of the year.

SESAC
Called on their affiliates, vendors, music business colleagues, neighbors, friends and staff to contribute to the Red Cross. SESAC will match their donations dollar for dollar, for the next $50,000 contributed.

MusicCares Hurricane Relief Fund
The Recording Academy, along with its MusiCaresTM Foundation, has committed an initial donation of $1 million for music people affected by Hurricane Katrina, according to the organization's president, Neil Portnow. Along with this donation, each of the Academy's 12 regional chapters will designate local programming to continue the fundraising efforts. The Recording Academy, the Latin Recording Academy, MusiCaresTM Fundation and the Grammy Foundation have also created a matching fund with their employees who make contributions to the relief effort. Interested parties can log on to www.grammy.com/musicares.