Six Days of Iowa Concerts Featuring Eric Genuis Lead Up to the Fourth Annual Business Breakfast
Eric Genuis speaking at a Concert For Hope in California.
Des Moines, Iowa – The Fourth Many Hands Business Breakfast brings together business leaders across Iowa to #ChallengeWhatsPossible. This year the event is bringing multi-talented composer, pianist, and speaker Eric Genuis to Iowa. His music has brought him all over the world. From Hollywood to Slovakia, Eric has wowed and inspired large and small audiences, performing nearly 100 concerts worldwide yearly. Touring with a group of world-class musicians, his live shows consist of stories, humor, and audience interaction.
Eric also performs through his charitable effort, Concerts for Hope, to bring beauty and dignity back to the imprisoned and marginalized. He has performed over 1,000 prison concerts in his lifetime, including in most maximum-security facilities in the U.S.
Ahead of Many Hands’ 2022 Business Breakfast, Eric Genuis, will lead Many Hands’ Week of Impact, traveling across Iowa and performing multiple charity concerts. For six days, Eric will engage with hundreds at schools, shelters, and prisons, bringing hope through his music and message. His final performance will be held at the Business Breakfast, where he will share his message as keynote speaker.
“The Business Breakfast will be the capstone of the week, a time to celebrate the good happening in the world through love in action.”
Tim Brand, Many Hands CEO, said, “The Business Breakfast will have the same elements as years past – world-class speakers, the best venue, great food, and community-building. It will be slightly different, as we will utilize the power of music to move and transform us as leaders. The biggest difference will be the addition of the Week of Impact; we will be going to prisons, rehab centers, youth shelters, and at-risk student activities to host concerts. The Business Breakfast will be the capstone of the week, a time to celebrate the good happening in the world through love in action.”
In addition to keynote speaker, Eric Genuis, Tim Brand, will also speak at the Business Breakfast.
“I will be sharing stories of the past week and what we saw during our Week of Impact. I’ll share stories of Haiti and the beautiful stories in the midst of such hardships. I’ll share some personal stories, as I’ve gone through a rough season and how this has molded and shaped me in unique ways,” Brand said.
A leading expert in international non-profit work, Brand established Many Hands in 2008. As CEO, Tim oversees U.S. and Haitian operations for Many Hands, which annually reaches over 25,000 people, and operations for Many Hands Thrift Market, with over 300,000 yearly customers. Selected by CITYVIEW Business Journal as one of 20 business leaders making a difference in 2020, he dedicates his life to helping people release their God-given talent to be love in action.
Tim Brand speaking at the 2021 Business Breakfast.
Tables and Sponsorships
As attendees and sponsors, you have the opportunity to ignite generosity, using your sponsorship to join together at the Business Breakfast, or support any of these impactful concerts during the Week of Impact. To become a sponsor for the Week of Impact and at the Business Breakfast, contact email@example.com. To learn more about sponsorship levels and the value you receive as a sponsor, visit the event website: www.mh4h.org/bb2022
Last year’s keynote speaker, John O’Leary, speaking at the 2021 Many Hands Business Breakfast
About Many Hands:
Many Hands is an Iowa-based nonprofit creating local and global life-transformation by strengthening families. Established in 2008, the organization focuses on six key areas for transformation, including education, agronomy, leadership development, safe homes, medical assistance, and economic development. Each year, the organization reaches at least 25,000 people through their Haitian operations, IMPACT trips, and Many Hands Thrift Markets located in Grimes, Iowa, and Spencer, Iowa.
Many Hands is called to transform together, to be love in action, in a broken world.
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