phil·an·thro·pi·a is Executive Caterers’ Annual Fundraising Luncheon at Landerhaven designed to benefit non-profits throughout Northeast Ohio. After the tragedy of 9/11, New York City absorbed such a large portion of all charitable donations that many local non-profits struggled to reach their own goals. In response, Executive Caterers rededicated their December Corporate Club luncheon to the support of local charities, especially smaller organizations without substantial resources of their own.
Mona Alag is a volunteer for Project Seva of the Federation of India Community Associations of Northeast Ohio (FICA). She told about the good works of the charity at the annual event hosted by Harlan Diamond and Executive Caterers at Landerhaven designed to benefit non-profits in Cleveland and throughout Northeast Ohio.
Here are some of the musical performances from the event.
This was a version of The Christmas Song (Chestnuts roasting on an open fire) on electric fiddle or violin by Humble G the Fiddlah.
This was a special a capella version of Let there be Peace on Earth by the Singing Angels.
This was a song called Pushkin that featured African and European music. They call it Afripean. Humble G the Fiddlah played the electric violin.
This was a version of hit song Happy by Humble G the Fiddlah and the Afripean drummers.