A Christmas Miracle benefit concert featuring Sundy Best raises thousands for those in need
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - UPDATE: The “A Christmas Miracle” benefit concert raised more than $7,000 for charity.
ORIGINAL: A benefit concert on Giving Tuesday with popular eastern Kentucky duo Sundy Best has raised more than $7000 and is still taking donations to help feed families this Christmas.
All the proceeds will benefit Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky to help make Christmas a little brighter this holiday season.
The co-founders of New Frontier, a clothing brand from Morehead partnered with Sundy Best for the second annual “A Christmas Miracle” benefit concert.
Tuesday nights streaming on Giving Tuesday, November 30 is still available for you to watch on the Sundy Best Facebook page as well as a link to donate.
People are still encouraged to watch the concert online and then donate.
The one hour concert featured the Kentucky-based duo Sundy Best, including new music set to be released next year.
To listen to their brand new song “Walk by Faith,” watch the video above.
Nick Jamerson and Kris Bentley of Sundy Best are both from Prestonsburg, Ky., and say they hope their music will help those struggling have a good meal during the holidays.
“We’ve been given so much in our lives we are just thankful to have an opportunity to give back to this region,” said Sundy Best’s Nicholas Jamerson.
The owners of New Frontier say they were hoping to raise about to raise $10,000.
“You could say we’re going to feed a couple hundred families, but if you take it and look at that one family and that one child when you’re sitting there feeding that family during the holiday season that’s what matters most,” said New Frontier CEO Joshua Ravenscraft.
WKYT’s Amber Philpott was also on hand hosting the Tuesday night concert.
Again, the benefit concert is posted on Facebook and a link to donate will be available and it will stay active beyond the 30th.
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