Yonder Mountain String Band has teamed up with the non-profit organization, Peach’s Neet Feet, to host the first “Peach Party On The Rocks”, which will allow children who have different disabilities or life illnesses to attend our sound-check and performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. We are also ambassadors for the movement called “Hustle Kindness” which is the simple reminder to “hustle” kindness everyday. Not to just “be kind” but “do kind” things for others! We will be selling limited Red Rocks T-shirt (available in mens and womens) that supports the cause and the philanthropic efforts of Peach’s Neet Feet! Stop by our merchandise booth for your limited edition #HustleKindness shirts.
Peach’s Neet Feet (PNF) ignited the Hustle Kindness movement as an extension of its main mission.
Hustle Kindness Friday begins with wearing the T-shirts that boldly display the motto and then capturing it on social media with the hashtag #HustleKindness. This social media campaign is simple in its mission: to remind people to care about a cause, community, and their fellow humans. This communal experience is rooted in kindness and seeks to remind people to act with kindness. It encourages people to get out there and “hustle” and not just think about being kind and doing good. A simple mission that invites everybody to participate in this push to make the world a better place rooted in empathy and kind acts.
Peach’s Neet Feet – What about those shoes?
PNF celebrates children with through art and attempts to bring together individuals, families and supports through shared experiences. PNF’s core teachings include being selfless and sharing talents while affirming the positive effects of acting with kindness and living a purposeful life. PNF finds sponsors for each child. These sponsors fund hand-painted shoes that are delivered by Peach’s Neet Feet. Each child has something that makes them unique – whether it’s a struggle with a life-illness or diagnosis that makes these children unique – its the simple act of kindness that makes their day and creates a sense of community.
Meet the Kids from Peach’s Neet Feet who will be joining us at the “Peach Party” on August 20th
My name is Jayden Parson and I am 13 years old and in the 8th grade. I love animals and someday would love to become a veterinarian. I participate in horse therapy and ride horses twice a week. I enjoy art, being outdoors, camping, and listening to music.
Brody is 13 years old. He loves playing soccer, baseball and watching the Denver Broncos. He also loves playing with his five dogs and video games. He enjoys the outdoors and food. He is a super, amazing and wonderful kid!
Annabelle has cerebral palsy. She is 7 years old. She loves gymnastics, reading, exploring, and experiencing new things. She keeps her parents busy with her new found independence and loves motoring around a denver in her walker wearing out her new walking shoes.
Jaden is visually impaired. He is 11 years old and plays the chelo and music. He’s actually already played at Red Rocks but looks forward to returning to the venue! He also likes to ski, ride his bike, to read Greek mythology, and rock climb. The sky is the limit for him.