The Hometown Harmony Project is a collaborative between the PressOn Fund, 12Bands and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Augusta designed to bring together community leaders who wish to promote the care of children and their families being treated for pediatric cancer at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
The “Hometown Harmony Project” completes the circle of support for families by providing housing and programs for families while their child receives treatment, financial assistance for families while away from home and funding for research and advanced treatment in support of seriously ill children receiving care at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
Financial sponsorship of the “Hometown Harmony Project” equally supports all three organizations and provides numerous opportunities for people to get involved, including serving meals and organizing events for families at the Ronald McDonald House and providing music outreach to families.
Beyond fundraising, the Hometown Harmony Project is committed to providing services to the families who stay at the Ronald McDonald House. Families can receive free items and discounts at restaurants around town, work out, swim and attend programs at the Kroc Center and receive tickets to shows in Augusta while they receive treatment.
So far, the Hometown Harmony Project has hosted four shows in 2018 and 2019 with more to come. Emerson Hart of Tonic, Chris Barron of the Spin Doctors, Glenn Phillips of Toad the Wet Sprocket and bluegrass singer/songwriters Keith Sewell & Andy Leftwich have performed for Hometown Harmony Project Club Members.
Follow the HHP Media Page HERE to see video and pictures from those great events.