Musicians On Call, the nonprofit bringing music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities, has launched its annual online auction, offering fans the opportunity to bid on one-of-a-kind music and entertainment experiences.
The auction runs now through August 15th on CharityBuzz.
Auction items include VIP concert experiences, meet and greets and memorabilia from some of the biggest names in music and television. Fans can take home autographed merchandise from Taylor Swiftand personalized guitars from Peter Frampton and Florida Georgia Line or get up close and personal with artists like Goo Goo Dolls, Chris Young, Lee Brice and Lauren Alaina, and more.
Musicians On Call President & CEO Pete Griffin said: “For 20 years Musicians On Call has used music to share unforgettable moments with hospital patients across the country. Thanks to our incredible supporters in the entertainment industry, we are also able to give fans a chance to make extraordinary memories through our annual online auction. With their bids they are not only scoring access to events and memorabilia they can’t get anywhere else, they are also helping us continue to bring the joy of live music to hospital patients all year long.”
Added Sameer Ismaili, a staff member at a healthcare facility in Chicago: “Music is a form of art during a time when someone is so emotionally vulnerable. Hearing the lyrics in combination with the tune can be a reminder of the beauty in life. It can trigger a healthy cry that can relieve more pain than a painkiller.”
Through its Bedside Performance Program, MOC volunteers have performed for more than 730,000 individuals nationwide since the organization’s founding in 1999. It has ongoing programs running in 20 markets across the country, including New York, Nashville, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami, Washington, DC, Chicago, Boston, Denver, Dallas, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Phoenix, San Francisco and more.
- Bids can be placed at www.charitybuzz.com/moc.
- For more information on Musicians On Call visit www.musiciansoncall.org.