Jonathan Groff and More Set For Voices for the Voiceless Benefit Concert
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley host the event, benefitting You Gotta Believe.
The Third Annual Voices for the Voiceless: Stars for Foster Kids concert for the benefit of You Gotta Believe has announced a host of stars who will participate in the concert on October 30 at Town Hall. Seth Rudetsky (Disaster!) and James Wesley (Unbroken Circle) will host.
Performers for this years concert will include two-time Tony nominee Jonathan Groff (Hamilton, Spring Awakening), Tony Award winner James Monroe Iglehart (Aladdin, Hamilton), Grammy Award winner Stephanie Mills (The Wiz), comedienne Caroline Rhea, Charlene Tilton (Dallas), WNBC's Janice Huff, and more to be announced.
You Gotta Believe specializes in finding permanent parents and families for young adults, teens, and preteens in the foster care system who are most in danger of aging out of the system alone. Voices for the Voiceless was founded in 2015 when Rudetsky and Wesley were working with You Gotta Believe to adopt a child out of foster care and the organization suffered major cuts from federal funding. Over the past two years, Voices for the Voiceless concert events have raised almost a million dollars to support You Gotta Believe's efforts to ensure that every child leaving foster care does so with the support of a family.