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Music has the power to bring people together to accomplish great things.

The first Band Together fundraising concert was held in 2001 as a way to raise money for the 9/11 Disaster Relief Fund.  Now, in our 20th year, Band Together has raised over 10 million dollars for nonprofit organizations in the greater Raleigh, North Carolina area. Our success depends on tireless efforts of thousands of volunteers, generous corporate sponsors and individual donors, dedicated board members and the generosity of our community.


Give back to your community, meet new folks, and rock out while you do it. 


Take a fresh approach to engaging with community, customers and clients.


With Band Together, giving back has never sounded so good. Everything helps and a little goes a long way.


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Want to get involved with Band Together? Have a question about an upcoming event? Let us know how we can help.


Our Office

821 Wake Forest Rd. / Raleigh / NC / 27604


Get in Touch

Thorne Daubenspeck
Executive Director
(919) 672-1447

Hannah Parker
Program Manager
(919) 816-5602

Call for Change: Band Together Against Racism

August 12, 2020 / 7pm / WRAL


To our incredible Band Together family,


We had originally intended to host a community concert this year in celebration of our 20th year of service but like many of you, COVID-19 pandemic has inspired us to pivot.


While our organization’s impact this year won’t be as originally intended, it’s still vitally important to us that we continue supporting our community in ways that matter. That’s why we’re partnering with the United Way of the Greater Triangle to present Call for Change: Band Together Against Racism a virtual telethon to support the Anti-Racism Community Fund.


The Anti-Racism Community Fund aims to turn the nationwide conversation we’re all seeing into local action by providing resources to develop Triangle-wide community leadership and invest in anti-racism, systemic solutions to poverty. This event is about bringing our community together for the opportunity to listen, learn, and let music amplify a call for change. 


We hope you’ll join us now and on August 12 when we launch a virtual telethon with WRAL featuring concerts from national artists at local landmark venues. 


We'll see you virtually on August 12! We'll send you an email with event details.