Local Businessman Donates $5,000 to Foreigner’s Music In Schools Program Benefitting The GRAMMY Foundation and the Shriners Hosp
Local Businessman Donates $5,000 to Iconic Rock and Roll Band Foreigner’s Music In Schools Program Benefitting The GRAMMY Foundation and the Shriners Hospitals For Children
Foreigner Founding Member Mick Jones Presents Matt Digennaro, Founder & CEO Of Seabridge Wealth Management, With Signed Guitar as a Thank You for Support of Longtime Charity Initiatives
Clearwater, FL – St. Petersburg businessman, Matt Digennaro, got the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet Foreigner founding member Mick Jones at the band’s “Soundtrack of Summer” tour stop at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater, FL on Tuesday, May 20th. Upon making a $5,000 donation to Foreigner’s music in schools program in partnership with the GRAMMY Foundation and the shriners hospitals for children, to which Foreigner has donated in excess of $400,000 over the past several years, Jones presented Digennaro with a signed guitar as a token of gratitude for his generous donation.
Foreigner has a longtime partnership with the GRAMMY Foundation who’s mission it is to foster music programs in our nation's schools. Foreigner works closely with high school choirs in each city they play, inviting an area high school choir to join them on stage, and donating funds raised from CD sales to both these choirs and the GRAMMY Foundation. Foreigner has donated six-figures to this and other children's causes over the past several years.