The Story Campaign is continuing to tour with Brandi and the twins this winter and we need volunteers!
“All of these lines across my face tell you the story of who I am.”
To commemorate the 10 year anniversary of Brandi Carlile’s “The Story,” The Looking Out Foundation has partnered with War Child UK and Children In Conflict to launch The Story Campaign – a sharing of stories from children whose families, communities, and schools have been torn apart by war.
Every month, we will be posting new stories from these resilient children and young adults so that their voices can be heard and so that we can raise funds to help them and the thousands of other people who are unfairly impacted by war. All proceeds from The Story Campaign will benefit War Child UK & Children In Conflict.
“But these stories don’t mean anything when you’ve got no one to tell them to”
We’re relying on our Looking Out community to share these stories and help us reach our $1 million fundraising goal for these extraordinary people.
We are recruiting two volunteers per show to join our Looking Out Street Team. You will be armed with iPads to sign people up and collection buckets to raise funds and awareness for The Story Campaign.
Selected Street Teamers will be provided with a ticket to Brandi’s show, a limited edition Street Teamer T-shirt and an amazing opportunity to help children in dire need across the globe. In addition, the Street Teamer who signs up the most people will win a VIP concert ticket package for any Brandi Carlile show in 2018. All we ask is that you are knowledgeable, enthusiastic and inspired by The Story Campaign.
We are currently recruiting Looking Out Street Teamers for the following concerts:
House of Blues
Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Grass Valley Veterans Memorial Auditorium
Grass Valley, CA
To apply to be a Looking Out Street Teamer, please contact [email protected] with the following information:
Show interested in attending (city, ST):
Contact phone #:
Contact email #:
Q: Why are you interested in helping the Looking Out Foundation and The Story Campaign?
See you out there and thank you for helping us make music mean more!