Project HOPE media alert
H e l pi n g Ot h e r P e opl e
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Nick Lachey Choir Performs to Benefit Local Non-Profit
January 18th Performance Proceeds to go to Project H.O.P.E.
FOR IMME D IAT E RE LE AS E : Jan u ary 1 6 , 2 0 0 8
Contact: Maya Amoils (513) 886-5202
CINCINNATI — The entire Team Lachey Choir will perform their first concert here in
Cincinnati to benefit Project H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Endure), a local nonprofit started by local high school young women. The choir plans to perform only
one song, Lachey’s “What’s Left of Me,” with him that night.
W h o: Team Lachey Choir, Project H.O.P.E
W h at : Team Lachey Choir Concert, Local rock bands preform including: Naranjas
Organicas (Indian Hill High School); Weave (Cincinnati Conservatory of Music);
Bedhead (St. Xavier High School); and Los Cocodrilos Cubanas (Cincinnati Country
W h e n : Friday, January 18, 2008, 8:00P.M.
W h e re : Cincinnati Music Hall Ballroom
Tickets for the will cost $20 in advance and will be available at Music Hall’s box
office or online at www.cincinnatiarts.org. Tickets will be $25 at door on the night of
the concert. There will be 100 VIP tickets available for $100 each. VIP ticket-buyers
will have seats in the front rows. The ballroom can hold as many as 1,300 people.
Ot h e r: Founders of Project H.O.P.E. will be available for interview from 3pm-5pm at
H.O.P.E., a charitable trust managed by InterAct for Change, was started in 2003 by eight young
Cincinnati women: Maya Amoils, Jordan Baird, Carly Brightwell, Amanda Cohen, Ellyn Guttman, Megan
Levine, Christie Lindner, and Rachel Nussbaum. H.O.P.E. aims to provide the children of Langkloof, an
impoverished and AIDS-stricken village in South Africa, with food, clothing, clean water, shelter and
educational assistance. Many of the children have lost parents due to AIDS. Currently, H.O.P.E. is
building vegetable gardens and greenhouses to help the village become self-sustaining.