Nashville singer/songwriter Andy Davis (@AndyDavis) is no stranger to the Help-Portrait community.  Davis was one of the songwriters that penned the song inspired by H-P titled “I See You” (get the free download from Noisetrade if you haven’t!). When we saw that Davis is raising support for his next album, we wanted to share this with the community to rally behind him and help raise meals for the homeless at the same time!

Andy Davis is asking for funds to record, produce, market and distribute his new album via Kickstarter.  If you are not familiar with Kickstarter, it is the largest funding platform for creative projects.  Davis is asking for $30,000 to complete a new album by this Spring. So far he has more than 295 backers and needs just over $10,000 to reach his goal. He must reach this goal in less than one week by Thursday, Feb. 24th.

The awesome thing about this project is that Davis is also partnering with his favorite local Nashville eatery, Baja Burrito, to bring meals to the homeless for every backer he receives.  Right now more than 295 meals will be provide from Baja Burrito for the homeless via the Nashville Rescue Mission!

Let’s help Andy Davis reach his goal and bring more meals to the Nashville homeless community.

Posted on Feb 17, 2011  |  Category: Inspiration  |  3 Comments
  • Ron Ron

    This is so awesome! I hope he does it! I can't afford to help right now, but I will pass this along.
    Ron | 17/02/2011 4:22 PM

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    [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by caranicoledavis, Help-Portrait. Help-Portrait said: Friend of @Help_Portrait @andydavis is raising money for a new project and meals for the homeless. Let's help him! http://ow.ly/3YhBI [...]
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  • Jeremy Knop Jeremy Knop

    The idea of a marriage between music and charity is something that always touches me every time. I did not know previously about Kickstarter. This is very valuable information, thank you. Learning something new is always a plus.
    Jeremy Knop | 17/02/2011 11:33 PM