The FEED Foundation and Clarins have just announced “The Clarins Million Meals Concert for FEED” with performances from John Legend, Natasha Bedingfield, and even a special appearance from former President Bill Clinton.
FEED as an organization raises money to provide school meals around the world, mostly in Africa and Haiti and has already provided nearly 60 million school meals around the world.
Their goal for the Million Meals Concert? One Night, One Million Meals.
The concert will take place on Wednesday May 30th at the Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center and the goal of the concert is to raise enough money in one evening to provide one million school meals through the FEED Foundation.
“I am very excited to be celebrating the fifth anniversary of FEED as we have accomplished so much in the past few years. We have sold more than 550,000 bags, providing nearly 60 million meals for underprivileged children in 62 countries,” says FEED Co-founder, Lauren Bush.
Other artists to perform include Pianist Christoph Eschenbach, Violist David Aaron Carpenter, Conductor Alan Gilbert, and the children’s chamber orchestra Salome Chamber Orchestra.
Tickets are available now to the general public via the Lincoln Center box office with tickets starting at $150 a seat.