Rock Band Cares About More Then Just Themselves!


Band Donates $100,000 to the American Red Cross

New York, NY – Grammy award nominated rock band Incubus today announced a number of donations today through their non-profit organization, the Make Yourself Foundation. At the top of the list, the band is donating $100,000 to the American Red Cross Tsunami Relief Fund. Founded in 2004 by the band, the Make Yourself foundation was established to donate funds to various charities which are listed on the Make Yourself Foundation website ( In its first year, the Foundation raised an astounding $400, 000 through Incubus’ music-related activities while the band toured around the world.

When sitting down to decide how to best allocate the funds, the massive tsunami hit Asia, altering the band’s initial plan. The band explains, “We started the MYF as a vehicle to try and help people who have not been as fortunate as us. Last year we spent the year raising money and bringing attention to a number of worthy causes. When we sat down in December to allocate the money, we had no idea of the disaster that was about to happen. The magnitude of the tsunami disaster is truly overwhelming and we can only hope that this donation can help bring some relief to the people who’ve been affected by it.”

In addition to the Tsunami relief effort The Make Yourself Foundation will be making donations to the following organizations.

The Red Cross
Future Forests
International Rett Syndrome Association
The Painted Turtle
Surfrider Foundation
Operation Smile
Heal The Bay
Institute of Music and Neurologic Function
Sweet Relief
Save the Music
Break the Cycle

The band is planning more charitable related music projects this year.


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