Rajant Corporation, the pioneer of Kinetic Mesh® wireless networks, hosted the fourth annual “Rajant World Music Benefit” and donated $72,000 to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). The star-studded event featured The Mavericks, The No Name Pops, Tequila Rock Revolution, and James Valenti at Philadelphia’s World Café Live, on Thursday, October 26th from 6 PM to 10 PM ET.
“We launched our World Music Benefit to provide a live platform for musicians and music lovers during the time of Covid – while raising funds for underserved children worldwide. In three years, we have raised over $200,000, and this year’s event supports CHOP’s mission to serve breakthrough medical treatment to children globally. Having The Mavericks headline the 2023 event is a testament that our annual music benefit is growing exponentially year over year,” shares Rajant CEO and Co-founder Robert Schena.
The event included access to exclusive silent auction items, world-class live musical performances, and the ability to make a difference for the children in CHOP’s care. The 2023 event shined light and celebrated CHOP’s work as a world-class hospital that relies on philanthropic gifts to fund vital breakthroughs needed for children worldwide. Through the assistance of Rajant, musicians, sponsors, and silent auction contributors, CHOP can transform the patient-family experience, forge discoveries, bolster training and education programs, and advocate for children everywhere.
Robert Schena, CEO of Rajant presented the check to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
The Mavericks took photos with Rajant’s special guests
Tequila Rock Revolution was a crowd favorite
Proceeds will directly impact CHOP’s lifesaving work utilizing their advanced life support technique for children called Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation, or ECMO
Photos by Taylor Hellhake