Now approaching the quarter-century mark, the Rex Foundation is the nonprofit the Dead founded in the '80s. Several Rex folks are here already, so I turn the discussion over to them!
See you there! (Details at rexfoundation.org).
30 more years! And more.
I do hearby challenge all the good folks around the world who tune into dead.net to donate $18,ooo dollars to The Rex Foundation in memory of Jerry by years end. I will start us off with a $100 donation. Tell us what you can donate here or if you wish to remain anonymous make sure to include a note when you make your donation saying "dead.net challenge, anonymous donor " and hopefully those dollar amounts can be posted too. We can do this! Yes we can! Yes we can! Magical miracles to all.
Going home, going home, by the waterside I will rest my bones
And listen to the river sing sweet songs to rock my soul
speaking as one who works on the Rex site, I would heartily encourage you to check out rexfoundation.org for your own self. Here are the most recent grantees..
Also, check out this video from the December 1 Fillmore benefit...
W/examples of recent projects funded. Or a link to an article on another site.
Rex Foundation at GOTV
I will be assisting a young musician named Henry Sidle with a presentation he's doing on behalf of the Rex Foundation, Friday at 3:45pm on the Green Vibes Stage. Henry will also play his new song Sunday afternoon on SiriusXM's "Tales form the Golden Road," which we will be broadcasting live 4-6pm from the Rhino/GDP booth in the main merch tent at GOTV .
too far for me, but I hope we get a good report and lots of fine pix!
Tomorrow night at ARCO Arena? Going to be a real fun night!
check out Bill Walton's Dead tribute with the Sacramento Kings, also benefiting Rex! February 9 at ARCO Arena. Sacramento Heads take note!
If you were thinking of starting off next year with the Jam Cruise (and given the lineup, who can blame you...), the promoter is offering a cool way to book your cabin and have some of the proceeds go to Rex--check it out here.