Mashina to help at-risk youth

The rock band Mashina is going to play an unplugged show at Tel Aviv's Reading 3 in order to help raise money for the Or Shalom organization.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 7, 2009 08:44
Mashina to help at-risk youth

Mashina 88 248. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The rock band Mashina is going to play an unplugged show on May 19 at Tel Aviv's Reading 3 in order to help raise money for the Or Shalom organization. Or Shalom aids children and teens who have been taken out of their parents' custody. The group helps some 1,300 youths with homework, after-school activities, psychological counseling and personal guidance. Mashina will play a mix of its hits in an acoustic format. Tickets to the show run NIS 500, with all proceeds going to the organization.

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