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Tour Support through Sponsorship

You’ve probably heard of major artists like Bono and his involvement with charities, or Dave Matthews Band and their support of TOMS shoes.

But you don’t have to be a major artist to make a difference!

We help put indie artists and charitable organizations together to help:

• underwrite touring costs,
• fund recordings,
• raise money for gear and travel,
• and more,

while bringing amazingly cost effective and efficient fund raising opportunities to non-profits!


And connecting philanthropic organizations with artists and their audiences impacts the lives of both donors and beneficiaries of the raised support.

Are you one of the artists these organizations might want to work with?

Artist Beckah Shae with Kids Alive InternationalThey’re looking for indie artists who perform 25 or more live concerts a year.

Whether you do your music full-time or part-time, and no matter what size audiences you play for – these non-profit groups would love to give their support to your music, while you give your support onstage to what they do.

Non-profits we have worked with focus on numerous areas of worldwide concern: famine & hunger, international adoption, women’s issues, ending poverty, environmental issues, children’s rights, and more!

Tom Jackson has always had a passion to help the poorest of the poor around the world. He helped develop the World Vision Artist Associate program, one of the first of its kind.

Because of this program and others Tom has worked with, over one and a half billion dollars has been raised to benefit the world’s poorest communities in more than 100 countries. And the artists who have partnered with those organizations have received 70-90 million dollars in tour support!

If you are interested in hearing more about this opportunity to have an impact and receive additional revenue with our tour support program, please email us at info@tomjacksonproductions.com

See our charity partners supported by Live Music Gives…

If you’d like to know more about how it works, check out the Live Music Gives FAQ here…