5 Points Music believes that it’s important to use our platform for strengthening the vitality of our community while embracing the opportunity to collaborate with other organizations and causes that play a meaningful role in the world we live.
Partnerships and collaborations come in all shapes and sizes. Whether it is by hosting a special event, fundraising, marketing support, or any other strategic effort, 5 Points Music has worked in many capacities with organizations with diverse missions and causes. In working with organizations across political, religious, and social boundaries, we aim to foster a world that is empathetic and open-minded allowing us to unite around the values that we share, and divided further that which makes us different.
SWVA is home to many great organizations that have diverse and important roles in fostering the vitality and creativity of our region. Collectively our partners, supporters, audiences, artists, friends and our families embrace a wide variety of political, religious, and social outlooks on life.
We celebrate this diversity, for it highlights the many colors that are part of our cultural fabric. Though some organizations and causes may have areas in which we don’t always agree, we believe that more unites us than divides us. To that end, our partnerships and collaborative efforts are designed to focus on that very idea. Below outlines some of the organizations we have worked with in various capacities including, fundraisers, annual dinners, special events, and more.
|A.R.T.- Assignment Ready Training||A.R.T. has been an active partner with 5 Points since 2017 and provides jobs skills training and assessments using art and creativity while working with 5 Points to foster opportunities for engagement through volunteering and special projects. Housed in the lower level of the Sanctuary, the results of this special partnership are a source of great pride for us.|
|Answering the Call||In May of 2019, ATC’s held their annual fundraising dinner in the Sanctuary incorporating real stories of impact from those who have benefited from their efforts. ATC provides misssionary support for hard to reach populations in need of support, relief, development, and spiritual guidance.|
|Children’s Miracle Network||The Sanctuary has hosted Kiwanis’ Key Club Annual Dance-A-Thon since 2018. In 2020, the event raised a record $10,876 for the Children’s Miracle Network, which provides lifesaving medical equipment and services for the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and pediatric units at Carilion Clinic.|
|Creative Therapies||In the spring of 2019, 5 Points Music donated production support for Creative Therapies Llama Jam fundraiser. CT provides occupational, physical and speech therapies incorporating animals for adults and children with special needs.|
|Huddle Up for Moms||5 Points Music partners with HUM to host regular events to support the well-being of mothers and women through programs designed to educate, unify, and empower their well-being.|
|Keeley Healing Arts Program||In March of 2020, Blue Mule and the Jazzalachian Playboys raised over $200 to support the Keeley Healing Arts Program which addresses the emotional needs of patients and families by integrating literary, performing, and visual art experiences into the healing process.|
|Kiwanis Club||KC’s high school leadership program, the Key Club, has partnered with 5PTS to host its annual Dance Marathon. The event raised a record $10,876 in 2020 and nearly $20,000 since 2018 as a result of their success.|
|Make A Wish||In January 2020, Isaac Hadden & Friends took the stage with the Jordan Stout Band to raise $555.55 for Make-A-Wish, which “creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.”|
|Planned Parenthood||In 2019, PP hosted their Taking the Lead: Dance w Consent event, while also hosting thein Spring Reception event. We support PP and their efforts to provide vital educational support to our communities while protecting women’s rights and access to a wide array of vital health services.|
|RIDE Solutions||5 Points Music supports alternative transportation by sponsoring RS Art By Bus program which place musicians on the Trolley for performances since 2017. We also supported their “Future of Transportation” campaign which used the Sanctuary to film a series of commericials promoting carpooling, transit, teleworking, and other alternatives to driving alone.|
|Roanoke Outside Foundation||In Apr. 2019, we partnered with Roanoke Outside to host a Legendary Mimosa Tent for their Slow-K Race following the Blue Ridge Marathon.|
|Roanoke Valley Fund for Deaf Children||In Sep 2019, 5 Points Music partnered with the RVFDC to begin provide free bi-weekly sign language classes in the Sanctuary. The program is held on the 1st and 3rd Mon of every month during the school year. Since beginning, we have provided dozens of families and individuals free sign language instruction while fostering networking opportunities for families that are impacted by hearing loss. The program has both Adults and Kids tracks.|
|SARA of Roanoke||In Apr. 2019, we hosted a Hoot and Holler themed fundraiser for SARA, “Take Back the Night”. In February 2020, members of the SHE Collective performed at our monthly Benefit Concert to raise $500 for SARA of Roanoke which provides support for victims of sexual violence.|
|Springhouse Community Schools||In Oct. 2019, 5 Points helped host SCS’ fundraising event featuring a Night of Grief & Myster from Orphan Wisdom. Based in Floyd, VA, SCS envisions a culture of lifelong learning where people feel true belonging to themselves, their community, and the Earth.|
|SW VA Wildlife Center||In December of 2019, the Mad Iguanas and Y.A.L.E performed to help raise over $750 for SWVA Wildlife Center and their mission of “conserving Virginia’s wildlife through rehabilitation and release while teaching care and respect of native species.”|
|The Rives Theater||When the Rives Theater in Martinsville burned down last Fall, the Dead Reckoning, Blue Mule, and Gote and more came together to perform a benefit concert raising over $600 to support the Rives Theater’s recovery process.|
|United Way-Roanoke Valley||5PTS hosted UWRV’s 2019 Annual Dinner, which featured a special Hoot and Holler style event in which intimate storytelling offers a creative spin for guests while celebrating real stories from real people about the impacts of their work.|
|VA Association Biological Farming||In January 2019, 5 Points hosted VABF’s annual dinner and social events uniting farmers from across the state in support and promote biological and organic farming in VA.|
|VA Hands & Voices||In Spring of 2019, we partnered with VHV for a Legendary Biscuit Session featuring ASL interpreters during a perforrmance with Runaway Jones. The event featured a membership drive, fundraising, and educations programming supporting families with children who are deaf and hard-of-hearing without bias around communication modes or methodology.|
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