CEO of Tickets-for-Charity Jay Whitehead named “Mr. L+C” by Lifestyle + Charity Magazine

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Whitehead chosen because of his leadership at Tickets-for-Charity which turns buying into giving with every entertainment and sports ticket purchase.

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Tickets-for-Charity is at the forefront of a mega-trend in our society—the trend of turning buying into giving. Many in the media have said we are creating a new kind of fan: the ‘Fanlanthropist.’

Tickets-for-Charity is proud to announce that CEO, Jay Whitehead has been named Mr. L+C in the December 2012 issue of Lifestyle + Charity Magazine.

"On behalf of Tickets-for-Charity’s 110 partner charities, hundreds of thousands of TFC Insider members and over 100 corporate, team and tour ticket partners, I am proud to accept the title of Mr. L+C," said Jay Whitehead, CEO of Tickets-for-Charity, which has sold tickets for over 10,000 events and raised over $10 million for charitable organizations. "Tickets-for-Charity is at the forefront of a mega-trend in our society—the trend of turning buying into giving. Many in the media have said we are creating a new kind of fan: the ‘Fanlanthropist.’ These fans become TFC Insiders because we offer them unique access to premium tickets and once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and the opportunity to support the causes they care about most.”

Launched by a founding team member at, Tickets-for-Charity is a free membership community of hundreds of thousands of TFC Insiders. Being a TFC Insider gets members exclusive access to tickets from top performers such as Katy Perry, James Taylor, U2, Rolling Stones and major sports teams in all 5 major leagues, as well as hundreds of other arena and theater events. The company’s Charitable Sale™ platform is also used every day by major corporations such as JP Morgan Chase and United Healthcare that want to offer tickets to their employees and charity communities. Every ticket purchased creates a donation for TFC’s partner charities which include the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, and the United Way. More information at

"Tickets-for-Charity is the exact type of company our readers want to know about. We are delighted to have Jay Whitehead named as our December Mr. L+C to show our readers and the world the importance of bridging business and charity," said Krista Boyer, Editor of Mr. L+C, the monthly feature in Lifestyle + Charity Magazine. Launched in 2010 by sisters Rachael Baxter and Elena Baxter, the magazine has published over 1,000 articles on lifestyle and philanthropy, and created a tremendous community of over 2,000 socially conscious business, brands, and readers. The L+C audience totals over 100,000, combining subscribers and their online and social media community. Lifestyle + Charity has only named five executives as Mr L+C to date.

About Tickets-for-Charity®
Tickets-for-Charity works with top performing artists, major league sports teams, and corporations to offer fans access to high-demand concert seats – at the same or better price they’ll find elsewhere – while benefiting national and local charities at the same time. From the Rolling Stones and Katy Perry to the Boston Celtics, Tickets-for-Charity has worked with over 75 artists and teams to generate millions of dollars in charitable ticket sales and donations for some of the world’s most respected charities. For more information on current Charitable Sale programs and partners, please visit

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