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Australian band to donate proceedings of their new single to Indigenous organisation Red Dust

Date posted: 11 October 2013

Australian band In Hearts Wake, in conjunction with their label UNFD, has made available their new single 'Skydancer' in a 'pay what you want scheme' with 100% of the profits going towards supporting Indigenous cultures worldwide through three not-for-profit charity groups.

Australia's Red Dust is one organisation that will benefit from In Hearts Wake and UNFD's charity initiative. Working to promote health and deliver innovative programs to remote Australian Aboriginal communities, Red Dust's Healthy living program provides health education to Indigenous youth.

The program teaches students the essential elements of good health, including:

'We were really excited when In Hearts Wake contacted us about the Skydancer project,' said Red Dust CEO, Darren Smith. 'It provides us with a fantastic opportunity to let a new audience know about the important work we are doing in remote Indigenous communities throughout Australia.'

The other two charities are the Seventh Generation Fund For Indigenous Peoples in North America and Hardcore Help in Germany.

Source: Tonedeaf, UNFD


In Hearts Wake
Emily Alvis
Ph: (03) 8420 0007

Red Dust
Level 1 433 Chapel Street
South Yarra VIC
PO Box 178
Prahran VIC 3181
Ph: (03) 9415 6539


Last updated: 14 October 2013
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