“Stand by Me” was sung (beautifully) at my wedding to She Who Must Be Obeyed. It has a lot of meaning for us. As the Indies Unite for Joshua campaign winds down, IndieGoGo organizer and author Eden Baylee shares some thoughts and that lovely song, too. We all need to stand together against evil, disease and mimes. Over the last four months, indie authors from around the world have taken a stand for Joshua, a young man who has leukaemia. We’re very close to meeting our goal to help this family in the fight. The fight belongs to all of us because cancer doesn’t discriminate. Fortunately, neither does empathy. If you can help, please do. If you can’t, please spread the word. Thanks ~ Chazz
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This is the last Monday leading up to the final days of Indies Unite for Joshua. We are SO CLOSE to our $10K goal at $9830.
“Stand by Me” is orchestrated by Playing for Change, an excellent foundation that uses multimedia to bring together musicians from around the world. It’s an emotional, beautiful, and inspiring video.
In the blog post by Max that precipitated this fundraiser, he asked his friends to stand by him. I can’t think of a better song that exemplifies the spirit of the amazing people who’ve stood by Joshua, Max, and their family for the past four months.
THANK YOU ALLfor uniting to raise funds for Joshua’s medical treatment and give him a chance at life. It’s been wondrous…
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