Charity in Action XIII: Charity concert for Haiti in Füssen

by SRI,  2010/04/22

Josef Miller (r.), former Bavarian Minister for Agriculture, took over the patronage for two charity concerts. This photo shows him with Wolfgang Groß and his wife Selvi. Photo: humedica

No end is in sight regarding the willingness to make donations of the people in Germany – thank God! A lot of work needs to be done in Haiti and humedica actively contributes to the country’s reconstruction by means of various projects. In order to support this work, funds have recently been collected during a charity concert in Füssen; another concert will soon take place in Oberstdorf.

The committed guests of the concert experienced a musical highlight when the Air Force Music Corps 1 from Neubiberg took up their instruments. Only a few days before, the Music Corps had given an impressive performance in front of about 200 enthusiastic listeners at the Festspielhaus Füssen.

The charity event took place under patronage of the former Bavarian Minister for Agriculture, Josef Miller, who still is a member of the Bavarian state government. The former minister expressed his admiration and respect for the work of humedica in general, and with regard to Haiti in particular.

Josef Miller will also support a second remarkable charity concert in Oberstdorf by means of taking over patronage once more. On April 29, 2010, the Music Corps of the Bavarian Police will play at the Kurhaus starting at 8 pm. The takings of this event will also be donated to support the earthquake relief humedica offers in Haiti.

On behalf of the Haitians who benefit from our joint efforts, the humedica team would like to seize this opportunity to express their thanks for the support (i.a. of the participating music groups) and for the targeted donations.

About 200 guests enjoyed the charity concert given by the Air Force Music Corps 1 from Neubiberg. Photo: humedica/Wolfgang Groß

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