Over the last 5 years, few families have had the impact on the story of 5 Points Music as the Cobb family. Jill Cobb, our Box Office Manager, has served as our matriarch welcoming guests to each event we host with her smile and creative glow. Artist, Christopher Cobb has played an integral part in creating the energy that adorns the walls of the Sanctuary.
In December, their son Jackson Cobb was involved in a devastating accident that has left him fighting daily with traumatic brain injury, presenting him and his family with their most difficult challenge yet. There is a lot still to be determined in terms of the recovery and we are still waiting to fully understand the ultimate significance that this will have on him. While there have been some steady signs of improvement and moments of optimism, the path ahead is certainly going to require the support of family, friends, doctors, and our collective higher powers.
In light of the challenges facing our 5PTS family, we stand together in solidarity offering our steady presence of positive energy through thought, prayer, and action. There is likely to be additional needs beyond the current situation, but for now, we ask for your support by donating to their GoFundMe campaign.
In addition to this, 5 Points Music will be offering additional ways to support them. For now, we will be donating 20% of all merch sales made starting Jan 1-Mar 31, 2022 to the Cobb Family. Additional options and fundraisers will likely follow once we determine the extent of financial needs that lie ahead. For now, we ask that our fans, friends, and supporters offer their support for the Cobb family by donating to GofundMe campaign or by purchasing 5PTS Merch, much of which features Christopher Cobb’s amazing artwork.
Thank you for everyone’s support, outreach, and prayers in this difficult time and let us be reminded that there is no promise or guarantee beyond RIGHT NOW. In so doing, let us turn to the people in our lives and remind them that we love them and celebrate the simple gift of being able to hold each other in our arms and gaze into each other’s eyes.