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Safety Harbor Kids and Authentik Artists recently teamed up for the digital release of Safety Harbor Kids Holiday Collection, and tonight Jackson Browne will be among the celebrities honoring the participants at a special event in Hollywood.

The release features 19 tracks and has original and cover versions of Holiday songs performed by over 10 Grammy Award winning artists including Sheila E, Billy Idol, Jackson Browne and many more. All proceeds from the album go to the Safety Harbor Kids, non-profit organization whose focus is to better the lives of parentless, homeless and disadvantaged children in the Los Angeles area.

“The Safety Harbor Kids Holiday Collection CD was a collaborative effort between the musicians, Face The Music record label, and our distributor Authentik Artists, as a fundraiser for our organization,” commented SHK co-Founder and President Petrie Alexandra Williams. “We are excited about this inaugural Goodwill Ambassador Awards Ceremony and extremely grateful to all of the individuals and businesses who have supported us in this effort.”

A donation of $350 per person is all it takes to attend the event – money which will sponsor one child for one year of College, Career and the Arts Education. All proceeds will directly benefit Safety Harbor Kids and their educational programs.

Tonight’s event will see many of the artists who recorded the album gather to raise awareness of the release and the charity. The event takes place at 7pm at EastWest Studios, 6000 Sunset Blvd. To find out more about the album and the charity, click here.

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