On October 23, 2010 the Tulsa Convention Center was filled with the choirs of Victory Christian Center, Oral Roberts University, Metropolitain Baptist Church, All Souls Unitarian, and ten other Tulsa area choirs, joining together with gospel music legend Andraé Crouch.
For the second year in a row, the Increasing Faith Foundation and
Project G.I.V.E. hosted the Gospel Music Fund Festival, a
benefit concert to raise funds for lower-income families in the Tulsa
“In this economy, our needy families are in even greater need of support. This event celebrates all our community churches and their generous spirit to help those less fortunate” comments Project G.I.V.E. founder Michelle Love.
The event brings together entertainers, and church groups of all faiths and nationalities in support of Project G.I.V.E.’s Community Giveaway in December during the Christmas holiday season.
Gospel Music Fund Festival Is Fun
For more information on how your choir can participate next year, visit the Gospel Music Fund Festival website at http://www.gospelmusicfundfest.com/
Project G.I.V.E. (Giving Inspires Visible Empowerment) was founded in 2009 by minister Michelle Love to create partnerships for the benefit of lower-income families. The mission of Project Give is to give hope, and resources, to those less fortunate. In 2009 the organization raised $20,000 to benefit over 1500 families. Totals this year are still being tallied.