Apocalypse Meow

Apocalypse Meow

Strengthening musicians’ health through wellness services and health care grants

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A Benefit for Abby’s Fund for Musicians’ Health Care

A Benefit for Abby’s Fund for Musicians’ Health Care


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Nov 1 through Nov 28

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Midwest Music Foundation is very excited to bring you the 13th annual Apocalypse Meow benefit! This year, we’re turning it into a virtual event with a livestream concert and online auction!

As you may know, Apocalypse Meow is our primary event for Abby’s Fund For Musicians’ Health Care — providing area musicians and industry workers with essential health care grants. The fund has given out more than $240,000 since its inception.

Check out this Facebook event page for more info about AM13! We are still collecting donations for the online auction, and sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Rhonda for more info.

Apocalypse Meow

Our annual benefit concert was founded in response to Kansas City musician Abigail Henderson’s cancer diagnosis, which prompted her friends and fellow musicians to raise money for her healthcare expenses. The first concert marked the birth of the Midwest Music Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting musicians who lack proper access to health care. The event features live performances by notable Kansas City-area bands as a donation of their time and talents to their community; local businesses and artisans donate products and services to the event for auction. All monies raised during Apocalypse Meow go directly to Abby’s Fund for Musician’s Health Care and the production costs of Apocalypse Meow. Performances, business donations, and services are purely voluntary.

“Abby believed that music can take you to where you need to be and that it’s important, and the people that do that need to be taken care of.” – Sondra Freeman, Director of Promotions and Artist Relations