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We would like to give a warm welcome to Ken Burke, a strongly committed member of the Rhode Island community. As a University of Rhode Island Alum, Ken has made it his mission to serve the state and its people through various nonprofits and state programs. Ken won the Providence Engineering Society's 2015 Humanitarian of the Year Award for his dedication to the community. When not working, Ken enjoys hiking with his two dogs, mountain biking, and fishing and quahoging along Rhode Island's salt ponds and coastline. It is with great enthusiasm that we welcome him aboard our team, we greatly look forward to what is to come.

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Wednesday, 27 April 2016 02:56

Go Fund Our Mobile Massage Van

 

A big thank you to everyone who has donated so far to restore the Mobile Massage Van! This van will allow us to extend our brand and attend more events/festivals! We still have a ways to our goal, so please remember every donation counts!

 

Click here to donate!

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Monday, 06 July 2015 21:19

The Hands That Rock Gives Back

The Hands that Rock supports a great number of charities dedicated to a variety of causes. This past month, with the help of Stage Hands Massage and Celebrity Massage For U, our organization had the privilege to help out several great organizations including the Love Hope Strength Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club of Palm Springs, Ozark Mountain Youth Organization, and the Chillicothe Middle School's Booster Club.

 

 

 

The Love Hope Strength Foundation is the world's leading rock and roll cancer foundation and it works to promote awareness and outreach through music. This organization has done a fantastic job at engaging the public and encouraging people across the globe to sign up for the International Bone Marrow Registry.

 

 

The Boys and Girls Club of Palm Springs is a terrific nonprofit organization in the greater Palm Springs, California area. This organization is dedicating to enabling children and teens, especially those who need it most, to reach their full potential as caring, responsible citizens through supervised after school, summer, and winter programs.

 

 

 

The Ozark Area Youth Organization serves children ages 5-18 through athletic opportunities in order to produce healthier, happier and well-adjusted citizens. These activities are designed to nurture physical fitness, self-confidence, the ability to follow directions, and a healthy competitiveness through interaction with team members and coaches. 

 

 

To DONATE or see the other organizations we support, visit The Hands That Rock 

http://www.handsthatrock.org 

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Monday, 22 December 2014 19:26

Hands That Rock December Newsletter

2014 has been a banner year for our charity and we are proud to announce 

that 50 does indeed equal 39,000. With the help of our fabulous sponsors, 

PandoraWear Your Music, Tretorn, Avion Water and Event Base, we 

have donated almost $39,000 to charities across the country through our 

participation in over 50 festivals, concerts, sporting and corporate events. 

Each year in our short history of giving our totals have grown larger and 

larger supporting music programs in under-served communities and other 

related charities. At this time, we would like to say “Thanks!” to everyone 

that made this incredible level of giving possible.

 

“2014 was a great year and we are looking forward to greater expansion and 

donating power in 2015,” says Darcy Lynch, executive director of The Hands 

That Rock. “A big thank you goes to our worldwide network of massage 

therapists, who are passionate about giving back and donated their time, 

talent and resources. They are the ones that made this all possible.”

 

Some of the largest events we attended this year included SXSW, Firefly, 

Vans Warped Tour and Mayhem Fest. We partnered with Bon Jovi’s Soul 

Foundation, Linkin Park’s Music for Relief and Guster’s REVERB, a non profit 

committed to “greening” musician’s tours. Thank you for having THTR on 

board at your events.

 

“The Hands That Rock, massaging for charity to bring the magic of music 

to underprivileged children.”

 

CLICK HERE to make a donation!

Help us make a difference in the lives of a multitude of children

 

 

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