Support the Window Rock Tribute Concert
Saturday September 16, 2017 is the Rich Mullins Window Rock Tribute Concert, marking the 20th Anniversary of Rich Mullins' death. This is a free concert that will take place in front of the iconic Window Rock in Arizona of the Navajo Nation.
While free to the public, Western Indian Ministries, Christ for Native Youth, and KHAC Radio are in need of help to fund the event. We would like to ask you to be one of our patrons.
Please go to our GoFundMe page to donate, or check below for alternate ways to give.
Taking part in the event will be
—Rich's brother David Mullins,
—his former songwriting partner (and roommate in Window Rock!) Mitch McVicker,
—Ragamuffin Band bandmate Eric Hauck.
—Singer-songwriter and producer Andrew Osenga (from The Normals, Caedmon's Call, and Andrew Peterson)
—The Ambassador's choir
—Singer-songwriter Chad Meekoff
—never before seen footage of Mullins speaking and in concert.
We are committed to make this event free so that everyone in our community can attend. However, there are costs at putting on an event of this scale. If you are interested in making a donation to help cover some of the expenses for this tribute concert, you can do so by sending a donation to Western Indian Ministries.
Make checks payable to:
"Western Indian Ministries"
making sure to include "Rich Mullins Tribute Concert" in the memo.
Send them to:
Rich Mullins Tribute Concert
c/o KHAC Radio
P.O. Box 9090
Window Rock, AZ 86515
You can make your donation online by:
1.) clicking this link: http://www.westernindian.org/donate2/ and
2.) selecting "One-Time Donation".
Be sure to click the drop-down box and set the Fund Designation to "KHAC (AM 880 Tse Bonito)" and let us know in the comments box that you'd like your donation used for the Rich Mullins Tribute Concert!
For over the phone donations call:
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