Incubus and RYOT teaming up to help victims of the Oklahoma tornado
Alternative rock band Incubus have joined forces with RYOT to raise $20,000 for the victims of the recent Oklahoma tornado. Incubus’ work with RYOT will be made possible through the group’s charity organization, the Make Yourself Foundation, which has worked to donate funds to over 50 organizations over the past nine years. This funds raised from this endeavor will go straight to the RYOT’s Oklahoma Tornado Victims Fund.
Fans who want to help may head over to the RYOT website and donate for a chance to score one-of-a-kind band art, posters and personal thank you tweets from Incubus. To take home the piece or original band art, you’ll have to donate $2,500, but the chance to win a thank you tweet comes at a much lower cost at $10 to $25. For more information, head here.
“We are so pumped to be teaming up with Incubus and our partner Make Yourself Foundation for this cause,” RYOT said in an official statement. “Oklahoma needs as much help as they can get, so click on the gray box above to make a donation and help us reach our $20,000 goal!”
Here’s Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd’s recent tweet about the RYOT charity venture:
— Brandon Boyd (@mybrandonboyd) May 25, 2013
Photo credit: Audio Ink Radio.
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