CHARM (Collective Healthcare Alliance for Regional Musicians) is here for you.
We know that without your voices and your talent, we don't get to have our own health elevated by the presence of music. We need it. We need you. And we are willing to take a stand for that and support you. We take care of the person who creates.
Since 2015, this program has committed to first educating musicians, and music industry creatives, about their options in the area of health insurance. We partner with licensed professionals who are also in the nonprofit arena, who have your best interest at heart.
We start by taking the time to have honest communication to see what you need, where you are (physically, mentally, financially) to help you find the best fit for you. Then we make a plan, together. we see what we can do, and what you can do. We will never do it all for you. Part of living healthy is giving yourself the dignity of also helping yourself. BUT, we do make it as easy as possible to make the first step.
We are NOT a health insurance company. We support you by giving you resources, and helping you subsidize your payments so you can have coverage.
If you are a musician, or in the industry, get in touch. Ask all the questions, and let's see what we can do together.
If you want to help as a fan, volunteer, or company, we GRATEFULLY WELCOME support financially, as well as with your time & talents.
Call me, text me 843-819-7811. I will get back to you. I am committed to this, and you.
Justin Osborne, Marshall Hudson,
Paul Chelmis, Danielle Howle,
Zoe Whittaker, Jordan Hicks,
Steven Walker, Dylan Dawkins,
Todd Anderson, Evan Hynes,
James Frolio, Mel Washington
If you have a skill you think would help us, or just feel like this is a place you want to be, we will discover together what our path will be.
We need people who love music, and who believe in keeping our musicians alive and healthy to join us. If this is you, reach out!
Got an idea or have a contact you think could help us, send them our way, or please make an introduction. We welcome the help.
This may sound shocking, but for some of our recipients, as little as $10 could help them with a month's worth of payments. Every bit helps.
See if your employer would match your donation, or talk to a company and see if they might join on in some interesting way.
Make a yearly commitment to supporting musicians mental and physical health. This journey is a marathon, not a sprint.
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