Save the date: Second Annual Knox Rox Benefit Concert set for Sept. 10
The inaugural Knox Rox Benefit Concert was so successful last year that the next one is on the books! The Second Annual Knox Rox Benefit Concert will take place Saturday, Sept. 10, at 6 p.m.
The event is an outdoor concert to support the Knoxville-Knox County CAC Office on Aging and the Hillcrest Healthcare Foundation. There will be live music by Lavonda & the 865 Bandits, food trucks, axe throwing and more. Knox Rox will be held at 865 Axe Throwing at 5821 Babelay Road in Knoxville. All attendees should bring their own chairs.
Click here to purchase your tickets – and enjoy an early bird rate before July 10, 2022. For those interested in sponsorships, please contact Lavonda Cantrell at 423-737-3659 or [email protected]. T-shirt sponsorships are available for $250 which includes your organization’s logo on the event T-shirts and banner, promotion through social media and special recognition at the event. Click here to become a T-shirt sponsor.
If you can’t make it to the Sept. 10 event, you can make a donation here to support Hillcrest Healthcare Foundation and the Knoxville- Knox County CAC Office on Aging.
Hillcrest Healthcare Foundation
Hillcrest Healthcare Foundation provides supplemental financial support to advance the Hillcrest Healthcare belief that Everyone Matters. Through the Providing Access to Health Services (PATHS) Program, 100 percent of tax-deductible donations to the nonprofit go directly to support specific needs of those served in Hillcrest Healthcare communities. This increases access to essential services, education and technology.
Knoxville-Knox County CAC Office on Aging
The Office on Aging is a public non-profit agency in Knoxville and Knox County responsible for planning services for senior citizens; assessing needs of older citizens and developing resources to meet those needs; coordinating services for the elderly to minimize duplication and avoid overlap, whether provided by public, non-profit, or for-profit organizations; providing information about services and programs to older citizens and their families and connecting them to those services; and advocating on behalf of older citizens. The organization serves all seniors regardless of life situation and concentrates on those for whom aging often presents the greatest hardship: women and minorities and all who are in frail health or poor.
We hope to see you on Sept. 10 at the Second Annual Knox Rox Benefit Concert as we raise funds to support senior care in our region.