Long Island musician, Robinson Treacher, joined forces with Ronald McDonald House
Long Island musician, Robinson Treacher, joined forces with Ronald McDonald House (RMHC) Metro to “Raise Love” and kick off #GivingWeek by supporting families with the gift of laughter, love and time together.
Raise Love is a fundraising platform that allows participants to do what they love and help raise money for RMHC Chapters. Funds will help keep families with sick children stay near to each other and the care they need. This METRO initiative is driven by Robinson and his management company, Mondegreen Management. Robinson and his team urge everyone to donate at www.RobinsonTreacher.com.
For sick children and their families, this year has only compounded their daily concerns and struggles. Bringing attention to the needs and plights of the children of RMHC is especially important to Robinson during this pandemic.
“Maybe all this time spent at home brings a renewed sense of perspective that I have not been afforded in quite awhile,” says Robinson. “Music can have a profound effect on the sick. It can improve the recovery of motor and cognitive functions, reduce symptoms of depression and help people heal faster, and if my music can help, I’m all in”.
For each donation made via www.RobinsonTreacher.com, a copy of Robinson Treacher’s EP album BORN will be sent as a thank you.
“As pure as his voice, he wants nothing more than to help raise money for this great cause, and any amount truly helps the RMHC,” said Robinson’s Manager, Andrew Rallo from Mondegreen Management.
To support Ronald McDonald House families, please visit www.robinsontreacher.com and click on the Ronald McDonald House link to make your charitable donation for this great cause.
About Ronald McDonald House Charities
For over 45 years, RMHC has been a beacon of hope for children and families of illness. They have provided the gifts of money, support, resources, and access to medical care for millions around the world.
About Robinson Treacher
Born and raised in New York, Robinson Treacher’s musical honesty and vocal grit reflect his musical influences from Nashville to New York Accolades include: Nomination for a Nashville Music City Award for his song “Long Day Good Night”, nomination for a Nashville City Music City Award for his song “This Bar, winner 2018 Independent Music Award (IMA) BEST EP Roots/Country/Singer Songwriter/Americana for his latest album, “Born”, and a nomination for a Nashville City Music City Award for an NSAI/CMT country music People’s Choice Award.