Grammy-winning artist Lauren Daigle has closed out a record year for her foundation, The Price Fund, with over one million dollars in contributions for 2023.
A total of 45 contributions were made throughout the year by the fund, including partnership contributions to Music Health Alliance (MHA) and KultureCity, contributions to organizations such as the Caring for Covenant Fund and the Tennessee Emergency Response Fund as well as multiple music schools. These contributions have helped to fund senior healthcare programs, accessibility improvements in music venues across the U.S. and provided music education funds for schools. Since the foundation’s start in 2018, The Price Fund has provided over $3.5 million to charitable organizations.
“I am so proud of the work that we have been able to do over the last year and that fans can also play such a huge part in joining the effort to make a difference in the world. I am overjoyed about what is to come and what we can accomplish together,” says Daigle. On her “Kaleidoscope Tour” this past year, a portion of every ticket purchased was donated directly to the fund, providing a unique opportunity for her fans to make a direct impact. The foundation was started to memorialize Daigle’s late grandfather, Julian Price, who taught her how to love the world one relationship at a time.
“I formed The Price Fund to help make a positive impact in people’s lives and remind them they are not alone,” she shares.
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