Singer-songwriter Avi Wisnia is performing a benefit concert for United Way of Bucks County’s HELP Center on September 9th in Yardley. The concert is sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Lower Bucks.
Wisnia, a Bucks County native, will perform original songs from his studio albums as well as inventive covers of familiar tunes. The concert will take place at 7 p.m. on Saturday, September 9 at the Yardley Community Center theater, 64 S. Main St., Yardley.
“The HELP Center provides vital support to families in need in our community. This benefit concert not only promises an evening of remarkable music but also contributes to a cause that touches lives in a meaningful way,” says Sheri Ratner, Impact Director for United Way of Bucks County’s HELP Center.
All proceeds from the concert will benefit United Way of Bucks County’s HELP Center in Bristol. Admission is $25, and tickets are on sale now at www.bit.ly/UWBenefit-2023.
The HELP Center fills the gap for local families in need by providing essentials like cleaning supplies, personal hygiene items, food, and home goods – all brand new and completely free of charge – through a dignified personal shopping experience. Community members can visit www.uwbucks.org/help-center for more information.
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Lower Bucks is a friendly, caring, and accepting congregation community that inspires personal spiritual growth. Visit www.uuflb.org.