Keeping The Music Alive


Congratulations To Our Non-Profit Of The Week

The Turntable Fund

This week we are proud to feature The Turntable Fund as our Non-Profit of the Week. 


Nothing is more unappealing in the entertainment industry than an empty stage. When live music is disrupted, venues lose customers and musicians lose money. The Turntable Fund, Inc was founded to help musicians in the Harford County, MD area.

Live performances are often the sole source of income for many musicians. When they are unable to work due to unforeseen circumstances such as injury or illness – or when a venue unexpectedly cancels a confirmed show – we work to bridge the financial gap for the performer. The Turntable Fund is able to provide a source of income relief to performers who register and apply for temporary benefits on a show-by-show basis thanks to funding support from fans like you. Read more at About – The Turntable Fund, Inc

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About our Features of the Week:

One of our goals is to help raise awareness for several different causes, diseases, and more. Each week we feature a Non-Profit of the Week for you, so please visit these organizations and share their information. Your organization may be the Harford County Living Non-Profit of the Week in the future.

Organizations love free advertising, and this is one way to get it. We have over 19,000 Social Media Followers and millions of hits to our website, so why not take advantage and reach them. Several of them also come on the podcast to talk about their charity, and why wouldn’t they? It’s free to come on and has over 500,000 downloads.

If you would like to be featured or nominate an organization as the Non-Profit of the Week, please email [email protected] and a questionnaire will be sent to you.

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