Restore the Music Concert at Salesforce Tower
CloudShift is proud to sponsor the live streaming of the upcoming Restore the Music UK Concert at Salesforce Tower at noon on Monday 9th December! Team CloudShift will be heading over to the Tower to see renowned pianist Dominic Ferris, whose collaborations with the London Philharmonic have sold over 3 million albums. He will be in action alongside the talented students of School21 and Eltham Hill School who have benefited from the support of Restore the Music!
Restore the Music is a registered charity, which seeks to make music accessible for every child in primary and secondary schools across London by offering grants to schools for the purchase of musical instruments and tuition. The Salesforce concert is in support of the Restore the Music’s ‘Big Give Christmas Challenge’ which is aiming to raise £60,000 to enable them to continue growing their operations to new boroughs in London. Between the 3rd and 10th December, every donation they received will be doubled by The Childhood Trust.
If you are interested in attending this amazing event on the 36th floor of the Salesforce Tower tickets are £150 each and you can RSVP here. If however, you are unable to make the event in person then it is going to be live-streamed on Restore the Music’s social channels as well as the Salesforce Twitter and Facebook, so you can check out all the great acts in action! It’s going to be an amazing concert and a privilege to support! If you would like to support this worthy charity then you can here.
CloudShift is proud to be a founding UK member of Pledge 1% and delighted to have been part of so many initiatives over the year including Brixton Soup Kitchen, Spartan Challenge for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, Salesforce Rowing Challenge for AHOY and many more. Thank you to all our friends across the Salesforce ecosystem and beyond who have supported us with our initiatives this year. We can’t wait for more Pledge 1% initiatives in 2020!