The Launch Party

Have you every wished you could acknowledge the people in your life who make a difference? You wouldn't know it by listening to the news, but there are millions of people donating their talents, money and most importantly their time to make the world a better place.
Do Good is a website created to encourage and acknowledge selfless acts of kindness. The Everyday People Award has been established to reward these everyday heroes by letting them know that somebody appreciates them and notices how wonderful they are and what a difference they are making.

Beginning at 8 pm on May 3rd, jazz singer Tammy Allen and Terri Harof creators of the award and Daniel Adam Johnson founder of Music For Charities will officially launch with a concert and launch party at Se Vauge in Roswell.

How does The Everyday People Award work?

It's easy. It's online and it's free. Submit a brief description with verifiable facts and websites about an Everyday Person that you feel embodies the spirit of The Do Good Everyday People Award. The candidate will be notified of their nomination by email. You may choose remain anonymous adding to the mystery and fun for the nominee. The inspiring stories will be posted and readers can and vote online. Each month the votes will be tabulated and the nominee with the most votes will receive a small prize package and be featured on the website, along with their favorite charity.

Monthly Winners will then be eligible for The 2008 Everyday People Award and grand prize package of $1, 000.00 cash and prizes donated by our sponsors!

Music for Charities is proud to provide the online nomination and voting arena for the Do Good Everyday People Award within the Music for Charities website (
Nominations of The Everyday People Award are now officially open. The winner for the month of April will be announced at the launch party on May 3rd at Roswell's Se Vauge. The party will feature well-known Atlanta songstress Tammy Allen and Bossa Nova guitarist/vocalist Daniel Adam Johnson, founder of Music for Charities. Come hear two incredibly talented artists who are as passionate about making a difference in the world as they are about their music.

Enjoy the true essence of Cajun Creole cuisine at Se Vauge, Roswell's newest fine dining restaurant to feature live entertainment. The dramatic hotspot features a showroom style stage with a state of the art sound and lighting system.

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