DARTMOUTH: JUNO-award winning singer/songwriter Matt Mays is hosting a virtual show in support of the Nova Scotia SPCA.
The fundraiser is scheduled for Saturday, May 30 at 9:00pm ADT.
All personal donations made at www.novascotiaspca.ca/mattmays will be matched by J & W Murphy Foundation from now until Sunday evening.
The virtual fundraiser is a part of Matt Mays Mantle Music where Mays performs live from his living room. He encourages listeners and supporters to donate to the Nova Scotia SPCA to have their personal donation doubled.
Mays is making his own charitable gift to the SPCA by donating all Bandcamp tips from his new album, Dog City, in May.
“We are so overjoyed that Matt Mays is generously donating his time and talent to help pets in need,” says Elizabeth Murphy, CEO for the Nova Scotia SPCA. “A special thank you to our friends at J & W Murphy Foundation for kindly matching personal donations. Thank you for helping save lives.”
Matt Mays recently released a surprise ‘quarantine album’ that he wrote and recorded himself. It is called Dog City and Mays describes it as “13 songs written through the eyes of a rescue dog. The songs are about pure freedom, love, contentment and companionship, and all the stuff in between.”
To participate, visit https://bit.ly/mattmays to subscribe and set a reminder to tune in on Saturday evening.
Donate and double your impact to help more animals in need here: www.novascotiaspca.ca/mattmays