The MI Charitable Foundation raised $52,000 for charity at its eighth annual Summer Concert in Pennsylvania on Saturday, August 6.

Held at the DeSoto Amphitheater on the grounds of the Ned Smith Center in Millersburg, more than 250 people attended the catered dinner, corn hole tournament and silent auction that led up to a performance from local cover band Smooth Like Clyde. They were preceded by guitarist Chris Schwartz, husband of MI team member Kathy Schwartz.

“It was a fantastic night,” said Amanda Klinger, a member of the MI Foundation’s Summer Concert committee. “We had great support from the community, and we were able to generate over $50,000 to help those in need. I’m so grateful to everyone who was a part of making this event a success.”

In between the festivities, MI Foundation officials presented a check for $2,500 to the Upper Dauphin Human Services Center. Kristy Enders, the center’s program coordinator, then addressed the crowd. She thanked the MI Foundation for its support and spoke about the work that her organization does, such as providing meals and clothing to needy families and individuals in the communities surrounding MI’s Pennsylvania operations.

“It’s always impactful to hear from an organization that we support,” Klinger said. “I was so inspired learning about her work, and I’m proud that the MI Foundation is able to help our neighbors through groups like the Upper Dauphin Human Services Center.”

Themed gift baskets were donated by numerous team members from MI Windows and Doors and available to bid on for additional fundraising during the evening. A 50/50 raffle was offered and the winner generously donated all $935 in proceeds back to the MI Foundation.

The ninth annual Summer Concert is scheduled to take place on Saturday, Aug. 19, 2023.

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