GR concert series aims to help local homeless families

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — It’s music, with a purpose.

On July 21st the Cherry Street Music Series presented by ICCF will give music lovers and those just wanting to enjoy some outdoor time the chance to do so, while also helping out a good cause.

From 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. music group Vox Vidorra is performing for free in the ICCF’s garden area located at 920 Cherry Street SE in Grand Rapids. Admission is free of charge, but donations – monetary, clothes, food or otherwise – will go to the ICCF’s Family Haven project, a five unit emergency shelter for homeless families in the Grand Rapids area.

Again on August 18th, same time same place, ICCF will welcome the Isaac Norris Project as the final installment in the Cherry Street Music Series.

For more information on the series, watch the video above or visit their Facebook page or their website.

For additional information on the Inner City Christian Federation, visit their website.

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