By: Heather McMillan, Marketing & Operations Coordinator, MaxxSouth Broadband
Every year, the Beta Upsilon Chi Fraternity hosts a free concert on the Mississippi State University campus. The fraternity’s main goal is to bring more awareness to the Palmer Home for Children. MaxxSouth Broadband immediately jumped on board to support such a great cause. The concert will take place on October 19th at the Mississippi State University’s amphitheater.
This year’s musical line up includes none other than headliner COIN supported by Sam Mooney as the opening performer. COIN was formed in 2012 by a group of college students from Nashville, TN. The band gained a highly enthusiastic and loyal live following by playing multiple venues around Nashville. They are quickly working their way up the charts with singles such as “Talk too Much”.
All proceeds from this concert will go towards the Palmer Home for Children. Palmer Home for Children was formed in 1895 by Pastor William States Jacobs. He was an ardent admirer of Rev. Benjamin Morgan Palmer of New Orleans, therefore he named the orphanage after him. The board at Palmer Home for Children is focused on the mission to rescue and restore neglected children. They provide a family and community to children in need regardless of race, gender or background.
For more information on the Palmer Home for Children, visit their website here. If you would like to donate to support the Beta Upsilon Chi’s official philanthropy, Palmer Home for Children, visit their website here.