KS95’s “Clouds” Choir for a Cause
Thanks Twin Cities!
Thank you to all that registered, attended and supported KS95’s 5th Annual “Clouds” Choir for a Cause on December 15th. The Mall announced that we had 8,000 people in attendance singing Zach’s song, “Clouds.”
We appreciate the support for “KS95 for Kids” and to honor Zach Sobiech. We were happy to unveil prior to the “Clouds” Choir that we raised $555,332 benefiting Children’s Cancer Research Fund and Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare on December 15, 2017! Thanks Twin Cities!
If you missed the event, you can click here to donate to “KS95 for Kids”.
The following are some videos from “Clouds” for you to view and share, courtesy of Karl Demer at Atomic K Records:
- KS95’s 5th Annual “Clouds” Choir for a Cause video, click here;
- Ryan’s interview with Laura Sobiech, click here; and
- KS95’s “Clouds” Choir for a Cause 4 Year Mashup Video, click here.
If you registered and were unable to attend, we hope to see you back in December 2018. Also, we do have a small quantity of “Clouds” t-shirts remaining. If interested in purchasing any t-shirts for $10 each, please email us at email@example.com.
Thanks to Zach and the Sobiech family for sharing “Clouds” and Zach’s story with us all. Many thanks as well to the Mall of America, Black Hawk Middle School raising $4,100, Twin Cities Community Gospel Choir, Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, Karl Demer/Atomic K Records, TCL, America’s Fastest Growing TV Brand and Walser Subaru who donated $10,000 to KS95’s “Clouds” Choir for a Cause!
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re not familiar with Zach’s story, KS95 first introduced you to Zach Sobiech, a 17 year-old teen from Stillwater at the “KS95 for Kids” Radiothon benefiting Children’s Cancer Research Fund and Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in December 2012. Zach bravely battled osteosarcoma, a rare bone cancer, since his diagnosis at age 14.
Thru his battle, Zach turned to music, writing and performing songs as a way to say goodbye to his friends and family. Zach passed away on May 20, 2013, but left us with his hit song “Clouds”. “Clouds” has had over 13 million views on YouTube, was the #1 song on KS95, #1 selling song on iTunes, and has garnered worldwide attention. In May 2013, SoulPancake, a media company, released a documentary about Zach Sobiech and his life for their series, My Last Days.