Concerts Planned to Feed Hungry Kids during the Holidays Presented by the Youth Arts Forum of Greenwich Village  These

First-of-their Kind “Kids Helping Kids” Concerts Will Raise Money to Stock a Local Food Bank that Feeds New York City’s

Homeless Children  

New York, N.Y., December 2, 2009 – Young artists from across the country are gathering in New York on Dec19th at The East

13th Street Theatre in New York to raise money to help feed homeless kids during the Holidays.  “Six Volt”, a band from  

Monmouth County New Jersey, as well as artists from California, Illinois, Virginia and other states will be performing at the

shows scheduled on Friday December 18th at 6:30 and Saturday, December 19th at 1:30 PM and again at 6:30 PM.  

Tickets can be

purchased at http://www.youth-arts-forum.com/youth-arts-concert.html or by calling 212-352-3101 or 1-866-811-4111 Proceeds

from the concerts will be donated to the Food Bank for New York to feed homeless kids in the greater metropolitan area.

“Many of the young artists have given concerts in their home towns for the less fortunate people in their communities. This  

type of "giving" by these youngsters is really what this organization works to highlight and support. This concert will be a  

wonderful event and become a Youth Arts Forum tradition in New York for years to come”.  Barry Salottolo Founder

Youth-Arts-Forum.com

About Youth Arts Forum:

Youth Arts Forum began in the early 1990’s with the mission of uniting the Youth of The World through the Arts. YAF displayed

and sold artwork by young people between the ages of 5 and 18. We produced several renowned art exhibitions in the NoHo

Gallery in Manhattan New York, as well as having young artists’ works displayed in retail establishments, like A.I. Friedman,

and numerous public and private schools through the greater New York area.  Founded by Barry Salottolo, the “new” Youth Arts

Forum is more exciting and far reaching than ever before. In addition to photography, painting and sculpture, we now include

musical and performing arts. This affords the creative young people from all over the world to showcase their work in the

performing and visual arts. This, by its very makeup, will draw young people together in their common passion for the arts.

It opens a dialogue that cannot be silenced.  We hope kids, parents, teachers and everyone will support the youth of the

world as they work through their talents in the arts, to unite the world.

About the Artists:

Six Volt Band: Five kids from Monmouth County, New Jersey playing fun, modern rock and roll.  www.sixvoltband.com

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