Making a Difference

Happy New Year, friends! One of our favorite things about wrapping up 2017 was slowing down, taking time to appreciate family and friends, and enjoying life. It was a time to reflect on all we learned and all we are grateful for, as well as dream about what we want to do in the new year. With big dreams and a lot we want to accomplish in 2018, the overarching questions we often ask are: How can we contribute and how can we make a difference in our community?

One of our core values has always been giving back, and now that we begin this new year and kick off fundraising and gala season in Austin, we are proud to share that we contributed over $70,000 in donated services in 2017 to our nonprofit partners, in addition to serving on boards and other volunteer time contributed to the organizations we love. From the arts and arts education, access to affordable health care for musicians, community events, Harvey relief, and more, below are a few of the wonderful organizations and causes we supported in 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have a cause that matters to you, or are planning a fundraising event, you may request a donation or nonprofit discount by contacting us here.

In the words of Winston Churchill, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” May 2018 be good to us all.

About The Author

Haley Elander

Haley earned her Bachelor of Science (B.S.) majoring in Radio, Television, Film from The University of Texas at Austin. She focused on editing and screenplay while interning at Broken Lizard Industries and The Ellen Degeneres Show.

After college she gained experience as a Project Manager, Marketing Director, and Day to Day Manager in the music industry, working with international touring bands at Triple 8 Management. Before joining Panacea she excelled in event production at Roadhouse Live, Luck Reunion, and Texas Monthly. When she isn’t making events come to life, she is a Trip Leader hosting international group travel at Legit Trips, or catching her favorite bands at Stubb’s.