Singer-songwriter and philanthropist Jimmy Charles will lead the Cancer Survivors’ Walk on Nov. 10 in Nashville.
Charles and cancer survivors will cross the Cumberland River on Nashville’s Pedestrian Bridge at 4 PM. The walk is a fundraiser for his new charity, #IAMNOTALONE. It’s free and open to all cancer survivors and their supporters.
The survivors will walk to The Anchor Fellowship on 3rd Avenue South where they will celebrate their health and Charles’ forthcoming album. The pre-release album celebration is from 6 to 10 that evening. Entry to the cocktail reception and Charles’ performance requires a $50 donation per person, which includes all you can eat and drink.
“I’ll be singing my new songs, as well as some fan favorites with my band,” he says. “That this all benefits #IAMNOTALONE is incredible and I’d like to thank everyone who is marching, all of our helpers and all of our sponsors for their support.”
Attendees in the walk will be filmed for Charles’ upcoming video. Participants will sing the chorus of his song, “I Am Not Alone.” Saylors Brothers Entertainment will shoot the footage for their video with both drones and cameras. Filming will continue during the cocktail party and reception.
Participants are also asked to wear a t-shirt featuring their favorite cancer organization or a special #IAMNOTALONE shirt. Those are available for purchase. If you pre-order a shirt, you can pick one up at 3 PM at Nissan Stadium Parking Lot “R.” That particular lot has been reserved for the march. Free parking is available there from 3 PM to midnight on Nov. 10.
RSVP for the Cancer Survivors’ Walk and find out more information through their Facebook event. Download your own copy of the song “I Am Not Alone” below. You can also find out more about the charity and donate here.