Even though our original plan for this years benefit has been postponed, that hasn’t stopped us from pushing past the obstacles of COVID-19

Something Beautiful: The Music Within is a compilation album we decided to release after our plans for this years benefit, unfortunately, had to be postponed till next year due to COVID-19. We originally were going to be putting on a benefit show at Columbia City Theater. Thankfully we’re still working with the bands that were going to be playing the show and also some other amazing bands that have been so incredibly supportive of Something Beautiful. It’s amazing to have so much support from the music community. Here’s the link that will take you to the album: https://somethingbeautiful2.bandcamp.com/releases. Proceeds will be going to YES! Youth Eastside Services the amazing organization I’ve partnered with.

I work very closely with the amazing people at YES! Being able to support such an amazing organization that goes above and beyond for the young people in are community is an honor. We need as many organizations as possible that are willing to go to battle for mental health help for not just youth, but all ages. Youth Eastside Services (YES) is the leading behavioral health services provider for children and youth, ages birth to 22, and their families in East King County. They provide evidence-based mental health counseling, substance use and co-occurring disorders counseling and treatment, early childhood behavioral health services, psychiatric services, and education and prevention programs. They help children and youth with depression, grief, trauma, cultural, gender, and sexual orientation, anxiety, ADHD, eating disorders, self-harming, and other challenges.

Here’s the official line up for the album! To find out more about all these amazing bands go to The Bands Behind The Album page https://somethingbeautifulbenefit.com/the-bands-behind-the-album/

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Something Beautiful is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization EIN # 83-3830924

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