pete finnemore

Unity - compilation album

Fundraising for The Care Workers Charity
£1,092
raised of £450 target
by 58 supporters
Care Workers are at the frontline of the coronavirus crisis, caring for societys most vulnerable and most susceptible to the disease. If a care worker needs to self-isolate, they will fall into desperate need. Any help will go a long way.

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FOR THE CARE WORKERS’ CHARITY
– THE UNITY CHARITY ALBUM

We’re immensely proud to present the Unity charity album, which has been put together specifically to raise funds for The Care Workers’ Charity. 15 artists from the alternative music scene have each contributed a carefully chosen track, many of which are exclusive versions prepared specifically for the project and not available elsewhere.

These are strange, sad and difficult times and we all wanted to do something to help. We chose The Care Workers’ Charity because it represents and provides support to the many care workers around the country at the moment who are working every day with the vulnerable and needy, caring for them and trying to keep them safe from COVID 19. Sadly, too many of them are facing the disease head-on now when they go into work, dealing with the awful discomfort, pain and sadness it brings.
We hope people will want to join us in supporting The Care Workers Charity by downloading our album and making a donation in return for it.
They can do this by making a donation at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/unitybandcollaboration
and download the album at https://unitycharity.bandcamp.com
As I said, we’re really proud of the album and we think everyone will enjoy it!
Pete Finnemore, Unity charity album spokesman and guitarist with Grooving In Green Email: groovingingreen@gmail.com
The Unity charity album features tracks from Grooving In Green, Simon Hinkler (of The Mission), Silent Idols, All Living Fear, Noctorum, The Glass House Museum, Andy & Nancy (featuring Andy Cousin, formerly of All About Eve and The Mission), The Faces of Sarah, Hunted By Angels, Down From Above, Vlad Janicek (of The Nosferatu), Chaos Bleak, System of Hate, Sometime The Wolf and Gothzilla

About the campaign

Care Workers are at the frontline of the coronavirus crisis, caring for societys most vulnerable and most susceptible to the disease. If a care worker needs to self-isolate, they will fall into desperate need. Any help will go a long way.

About the charity

The Care Workers Charity supports the basic welfare of current and former retired care workers. As a vulnerable workforce, when life takes a turn for the worse, the Care Workers Charity can provide financial support and guidance to overcome inevitable challenges.

Donation summary

Total raised
£1,091.36
Online donations
£1,091.36
Offline donations
£0.00

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