Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) October 30, 2013
Planet Aid, Inc. is proud to announce its partnership with District Affiliates’ Knew World Order, a hybrid event of good music and good deeds. Planet Aid will host clothing drives at various colleges and universities nationwide by providing collection bins at the events. The first event will be held at Howard University, November 15 at Cramton Auditorium. Attendees will be able to exchange donated clothing for discounted admission prices on concert tickets.
Miss Ify, President and CEO of District Affiliates said, "Knew World Order caters to young people who understand music's social impact on the betterment of life. By providing students the opportunity to be rewarded for their charitable acts, they help make an impact in under-served communities both locally and abroad."
“We are very excited about this initiative with District Affiliates,” said Planet Aid President, Ester Neltrup. “We are grateful to be partnering with such a great series of events like the Knew World Order and to incentivize the attendees to donate their used clothing and shoes.”
Headquartered in Elkridge, MD, Planet Aid is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inform, mobilize and inspire individuals and communities to work together to bring about worldwide environmental and social progress. Incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts and recognized as a tax-exempt charity under IRS code 501(c)(3), For more information on Planet Aid, visit Planetaid.org.
District Affiliates is an entertainment collective comprised of special event production and brand management. This company independently produces live events and social gatherings that cater to those invested in music, arts and culture as much as they are in making a difference. They strive to create a network of young professionals in metropolitan areas who are dedicated to applying the phrase, “you are who you know,” to their everyday lives. Their staff is made up of progressive thinkers who share the goal of using the entertainment industry to positively influence the masses.