Tree of Life
Supporting Ferncliff Manor
Through our Tree of Life project, we are invested in the self-development and personal fulfillment of people with disabilities by providing them vocational training and exposure in a live music setting, while raising critical funds to build upon the program and broaden its reach.
Established in 2014, our Tree of Life project began as an annual live music event which supported the continued needs of our students, facility and curriculum. Thanks to overwhelming enthusiasm, today, the project is designated to fund vocational training and opportunities for those we serve in addition to the establishment of a live event venue which will exist to support housing and employment for adults with developmental disabilities here in Westchester County. The project is made possible by income raised from each Tree of Life benefit we produce.
Tree of Life Concert
Friday September 27 2019
VIP Doors: 6pm | GA Doors: 7:30pm | Showtime: 8pm
Irvington Town Hall Theater, 85 Main Street, Irvington, NY 10533
$65.00 – $150.00 | All Ages
Our musician line-up includes: Elliott Peck, Grahame Lesh, Alex Koford, Tash Neal, Jesse Bardwell, Nathan Graham, Hayley Jane, Ryan Dempsey, Karina Rykman, DeShawn Alexander, Joe Cirotti, Alex Jordan & Chris Crosby.
VIP Tickets include early doors starting at 6pm, it includes food, beer & wine (21+), a pre-show with The Tree of Life Band plus 3 sets with our incredible line-up of musicians, followed by a jam session! All seating is first come first seated, in the first few rows of the theater.
General Admission Tickets include beer & wine (21+) and 3 sets with our incredible line-up of musicians, followed by a jam session! All seating is first come first seated.
The Tree of Life Fund was created to support the students at Ferncliff Manor, a 501c3 educational and residential facility in Yonkers, NY, that serves children and young adults with profound developmental disabilities. Established in 2014, the Tree of Life Fund began as an annual live music event which raised critical funds for the continued needs of Ferncliff’s students, residential facility and programs.
Supported today by five years of epic events performed by dedicated artists, the fund has grown to a point where it is now designated to building a musical and performance event venue which will exist to support housing and employment opportunities for adults with developmental disabilites in Westchester County.
The Tree of Life Community Service Award Recipients include Tayna Turpin Hunt, Robert Grados, Laurie Vander Hart Birrittella, Ed Gorel & Chase Taylor
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