Benefit Concert Announced in Casey’s Honor

Benefit Concert Announced in Casey’s Honor

Amber and Casey

Casey’s best friend, Amber Staska, President of the honors fraternity,  Phi Sigma Pi  at West Chester University in West Chester, Pa. is pleased to announce  a benefit concert in honor of Casey. On March 20th at 7 pm in the Sykes Ballroom at West Chester, over 300 people will be celebrating Casey’s life.

Tickets will be $5 at the door and the Casey Feldman Foundation will be raising money for the Sarnelli House (which helps the needy and abandoned in the Philadelphia area), Main Line Animal Rescue and The Partnership for Safe Driving.

Chris D’Esposito, DNA, & The Dialogue will be providing the music. The week leading up to the concert, there will be an awareness week about distracted driving.  Statistics of distracted driving will be posted across West Chester’s campus, and a few Brothers will be posted at crosswalks with signs saying “Thank you for stopping,” as they continue to walk back and forth between the crosswalk.

Phi Sigma Pi, which is sponsoring the event, invites you  to “Tune up your driving!” and come support this amazing cause!

“I want people to hear Casey’s story and hopefully be inspired to make a difference in their life.” – Amber Staska

Dianne Anderson is the mother of the late Casey Feldman and co-founder of the The Casey Feldman Foundation and its sponsored project,