WORLD STAR PR
ROCK NYC partner SohoJohnny in conjunction with the “Let Me Help, Inc” Foundation joyfully presents “Let Me Help, Inc: Mandate For Humanity,” a virtual, musical celebration benefitting those shattered by the devastation of COVID 19. The evening will be a dazzling six-hour star-studded array of the biggest and most dazzling celebrities and opulent icons taking place from 7 PM – 1 AM ET.
“Let Me Help, Inc” is a state and federally approved non-profit Organization created by philanthropist and entertainer John “SohoJohnny” Pasquale to benefit those less fortunate. It’s mission is to help those shattered by the devastation and loss due to COVID-19, cancer, bullying, and other life threatening situations that surpass human understanding. What creates the darkness of night within our souls also creates the sparkling of the stars. Please search for the stars within your soul and give generously to this incredible charity event.
First celebrity announcements for the evening include Fred Schneider from the B-52s, Icon Susie Quatro, singer/actor Leon Robinson, Profiles host Mickey Burns, Iconic bass player Leland Sklar, Kenny Lee Lewis from Steve Miller band, Scream Queens Sadie Katz and Laurene Landon, Jane’s Addiction’s Stephen Perkins, PR master Howard Bloom, Kim Sledge from Sister Sledge, and many others to be revealed soon.
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