Tickets are on sale now at the Capitol Theatre box office to see singer Sara Bareilles live for a benefit concert for the Pace Women's Justice Center to raise awareness of domestic violence on October 6
Grammy-Award-winning singer and author of her book, Sounds Like Me: My Life So Far In Song Sara Bareilles is known for completing her run and starring in the Broadway hit, Into The Woods, and Waitress and is the composer for her pop-soul hits, Brave and She Used to Be Mine; will be performing her solo hits live at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, N.Y. on October 6 to benefit the Pace Women's Justice Center in an effort to combat domestic violence against women. Bareilles, a domestic abuse survivor herself, is proud to be a voice to represent domestic violence victims and survivors through her music and to be the headlining artist for this one-night-only special benefit concert. All net proceeds go to the Pace Women's Justice Center. Doors open at 6:30 PM show begins at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $59.00-$349.00.
The Pace Women's Justice Center is part of The Elisabeth Haub School of Law on the campus of Pace University in White Plains, N.Y. They are committed to supporting outreach to domestic violence victims and survivors. According to the Capitol Theatre website post about PWJC; Each October the nonprofit honors an individual who has dedicated themselves to supporting the PWJC mission and its clients with a Making a Difference Award. This year, PWJC was selected as its honoree, at the fundraising concert, Pam Kaufman, President and CEO of International Markets, Global Consumer Products & Experiences at Paramount Global. Pam has been a devoted advocate as an Advisory Board member for over five years, generously lending her professional insight and compassion for the social justice challenges our clients face.
“I am profoundly moved by the life-saving work of the Pace Women’s Justice Center,” said Kaufman. “It is thrilling to have Sara Bareilles collaborate on our benefit concert to raise awareness for victims of domestic violence,” states Cindy Kanusher, Executive Director for PWJC. “At a time when the rights of so many are being challenged, it is imperative to continue our work, protecting the rights of women and victims of abuse.”
“Cindy Kanusher and the team at PWJC have dedicated their lives to providing support and counsel to domestic abuse victims in their greatest time of need. I am humbled to be recognized by PWJC and honored to support this important organization.”
The Pace Women’s Justice Center (PWJC) is a self-funded nonprofit legal center located at Elisabeth Haub School of Law, under the 501(c)(3) status of Pace University. Each year, PWJC provides free legal services to over 3,500 victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse, as well as conducts or participates in over 140 training and outreach events.
Serving Westchester and Putnam Counties, PWJC’s mission is to pursue justice for victims and prevent abuse through quality legal services, community partnerships, education, and awareness. With an experienced staff and a team of dedicated volunteers, including attorneys, other professionals, and students, PWJC has built an effective, coordinated community response to interpersonal violence.
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