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Non-profit organization The Guacamole Fund has some exciting fundraising events and raffles for 2009.

Singer Jackson Browne is set to embark on a world tour in the summer, and special tickets benefiting the Fund are available for many of his gigs in the US. Several of these concerts also feature Steve Earle and Shawn Colvin, and include dates in Boston, San Diego, Oklahoma and many more in July and August. More info on purchasing these tickets can be found here.Bonnie Raitt also has benefit tickets for her tour in May, including dates in Texas, Tennessee, and Florida. More information about these tickets can be found here.

The Guacamole Fund is also raffling off a unique Fender Squire Strat “Affinity Series” Guitar taht was signed by Ben Harper, Bonnie Raitt, Joan Baez, Jackson Browne and Ry Cooder at the Cuba, Haiti and Gulf Coast Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert in Santa Monica late last year. Proceeds from the raffle will go to continue help in efforts to support community based organizations that assist victims of the disaster. Second Prize is 2 premium tickets to a choice of a Jackson Browne show on this summer’s tour. To buy tickets in the raffle, click here.

The Guacamole Fund assists environmental, social change, cultural and service organizations by facilitating, organizing and producing benefit concerts, rallies, special ticket sales, receptions and media campaigns. These activities serve to publicize and raise consciousness about issues that are important and timely to the social change and environmental process. More info about the organization can be found at their website.

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