WCU’s Phi Sigma Pi Schedules Second Annual Benefit Concert For April 9, 2011

WCU’s Phi Sigma Pi Schedules Second Annual Benefit Concert For April 9, 2011

Phi Sigma Pi brothers are joined by Dianne Anderson in delivering a check after last year's concert to Father Kevin Murray of the Sarnelli House in Philadelphia

Phi Sigma Pi at West Chester University in Pa. has scheduled the 2nd annual Casey Feldman Benefit Concert on Sat. April 9, 2011. from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. at the Sykes Student Union on campus. Featured bands include Ryan Colestock, Do Re Mi Fa Soul and The GoAround. Tickets are $5 at the door and all proceeds will go to NOYS (National Organization for Youth Safety) of which the Foundation has become a national partner. The Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation will match all proceeds raised at the concert. RSVP on Phi Sigma Pi’s Facebook event page or on the Casey Feldman Network.

 NOYS is a collaborative network of national organizations and federal agencies that serve youth and focus on youth safety and health. The Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation will be working with NOYS to implement a national program that will help students who have lost a classmate in a traffic accident to take their grief and focus it in a way to promote positive change. Students from across the country will be provided with a tool kit and suggestions for actions that can be taken to use a tragedy as a catalyst for positive change. Voting will take place with the winners receiving cash prizes.

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Phi Sigma Pi brothers and Dianne Anderson delivering a check to Main Line Animal Rescue after last year's concert

Last year’s concert and safety campaign was a huge success and resulted in Phi Sigma Pi’s President and Casey’s best friend Amber Staska being featured in Seventeen Magazine. Click here to view the article about last year’s concert which also contains links to the photo gallery. View the Phi Sigma Pi “Because of Casey….” video on YouTube. View the video of Amber singing in honor of Casey at last year’s concert by clicking on the photo below.Amber sings,

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