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The Jonas Brothers will be honorees at the 11th annual TJ Martell Foundation Family Day in New York City next month.

The singing siblings will perform at the special show, to be held on April 18 at the Roseland Ballroom, and will be honored along with their management for their work with children’s causes. The singers established their own charity, the Change for the Children Foundation, to support programs that motivate and inspire children to face adversity with confidence, determination and a will to succeed.

The T. J Martell Foundation, founded in 1975 by Columbia/Sony music industry executive Tony Martell in memory of his son – a victim of leukemia – has raised more than $230 million over 33-years to combat the world’s three most deadliest diseases – leukemia, cancer, and AIDS.

Ticket information for the show can be found here.

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