JUICE Seattle brings together the latest in world music—and always for a good cause. This weekend, JUICE’s DJ Darek Mazzone (KEXP/WNYE-Wo’Pop/Mo’Glo) and DJ Rhythma (WNYE-Mo’Glo) will be spinning to benefit Seattle nonprofit Flash Volunteer.
JUICE Seattle represents a fusion of varied styles, bringing them together to work as one. Flash Volunteer is all about gathering people from all backgrounds and experience to serve and improve our community.
Part social networking, part events calendar, part public service, Flash Volunteer.org empowers residents to build better neighborhoods. Its nimble web interface is designed to ensure that volunteers appear where they are needed most.
“Flash Volunteer isn’t just about people plugging in alone,” Flash Volunteer Executive Director Brad Wilke said. “It’s about strengthening communities offline by increasing residents’ involvement in the long-term.”
The music starts at 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30 at The Baltic Room, 1207 Pine Street, in Capitol Hill. The $10 cover charge benefits Flash Volunteer and UW Rotaract.
A limited edition JUICE print will be auctioned off to benefit Haitian causes.
To learn more about Flash Volunteer, visit www.FlashVolunteer.org. Get more information about JUICE Seattle at www.myspace.com/juiceinseattle.