Do Good Fest, the benefit concert on our VT campus back lawn, has raised more than $250,000 for charity since 2014. This year, we’re bringing the Good to the DFW.
October 7, Do Good Fest will rock Levitt Pavilion Arlington in support of the Parkland Foundation’s Pediatric Behavioral Health Program. The program helps address children’s mental health by giving local doctors the tools to identify and treat behavioral health issues early.
“Children’s mental health is a focus of ours,” said Beth Rusnock, President of the National Life Group Foundation. “It became abundantly clear during the pandemic how many kids struggle with mental illness. As a company focused on helping protect families, it made sense that we step in to help however we could, including using the power of music to bring people together for good in our Addison office’s ‘back yard’.”
Gangstagrass, an American group that’s rocking festivals all across the United States with an infectious fusion of socially conscious hip hop and bluegrass musical virtuosity will headline Do Good Fest. The event will also feature food trucks, a Nonprofit Village, and a VIP Lounge.
While Do Good Fest is free to attend, donations to the Parkland Foundation’s Pediatric Behavioral Health Program are encouraged. The event will be October 7, 2022 starting at 7:00 pm, at Levitt Pavilion Arlington, 100 W. Abram Street.
Information about the event is at DoGoodFest.com/Texas.
Information about the Parkland Foundation is at IStandForParkland.org