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Partner Concerts

Our Flagship Partner Concerts raise money that is given directly to our Partners in Social Change

Street Protest

Portland Recovery Community Center
2019 Social Justice Partner

addressing substance use disorder

Providing support groups, education, and individual resources for people in recovery

PRCC offers peer support to individuals who use a variety of recovery pathways and we honor each person’s unique recovery journey.  We know from experience that successful recovery from drugs and alcohol requires support from others.

June 2019 Concert
Williston-Immanuel, Portland, Maine

Portland Community Free Clinic
2018 Social Justice Partner


Health Care for People in Need

The Portland Community Free Clinic, located at 103 India Street, provides primary care to uninsured, low-income adults living in Cumberland County, Maine. All services at the PCFC are provided at no charge.

April 2018 Concert

Cathedral of St. Luke, Portland Maine

In Her Presence

2017 Social Justice Partner

racial justice

Empowering Immigrant women to gain access and find a place in their new society

Language acquisition is embedded across all our program experiences and helps women Find Their Voice, navigate and understand the US systems and contribute to community needs.  Women will learn new ways to identify their unique skills and strengths to compete in the labor market for workforce equity.

May 2017 Concert

Cathedral of St. Luke, Portland Maine

Happy Children

ILAP - Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project
2016 Social Justice Partner


ILAP is proud to fight for the rights of Maine's Immigrants.

As Maine’s only state-wide immigration legal services organization, ILAP is committed to advancing justice and equity for immigrants through direct legal services, community outreach, and systemic advocacy.

March 2016 Concert

St. Luke's Cathedral, Portland Maine

Preble Street Resource Center
2015 Social Justice Partner

Addressing homelessness


Providing shelter, food, and other services for homeless and low-income people of all ages.

In 1975 Preble Street was founded as a neighborhood center to involve and empower homeless and low-income residents. Today, Preble Street has become the hub of programs for the most vulnerable and underserved residents of Portland.

April 2015 Concert
Cathedral of St. Luke, 
Portland Maine

2022 Social Justice Partner           Greater Portland Family Promise Because every child needs a home

Fighting Income Inequality

June 2022 Concert

Williston-Immanuel, Portland Maine


We are an affiliate of the national Family Promise program, dedicated to addressing the needs of families facing homelessness in the Greater Portland area. Family Promise provides housing, meals, case management and community for children and their families. experiencing homelessness.

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