Dionne Warwick Offers Holiday Fundraiser For Educational Institute

Dionne Warwick, who has won several Grammy Awards, will provide holiday fundraising activities for the College of Education, hoping to help students achieve excellent educational resources.

New York, USA (Merxwire) – Dionne Warwick receives honor and success – the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, her first album for many years, She’s Back (the residence at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas (which will end in the spring of 2020)), returning The top three albums; music legend Dionne Warwick has released a new version of “The Voices of Christmas” – music legend Dionne Warwick is offering holiday gift items to benefit the institute that carries her name.

In collaboration with the Dionne Warwick International Fan Club, Grammy-winning legends will have Christmas gift baskets at different price levels available. Works will include “sand back” and “The Voices of Christmas” albums, coffee cups, t-shirts, snuggle bears, her autobiography “My Life As I See It” and children’s book “Say A Little Prayer”. These items are also available separately.

Proceeds from the purchases will benefit The Dionne Warwick Institute of Economics and Entrepreneurship, located in her birth place of East Orange, NJ. “The institute is dear to my heart,” said Ms. Warwick. “Watching the students grow and become our next leaders of tomorrow is a goal the school is successfully achieving.”

More information please visit: https://www.dionnewarwickinternationalfanclub.com/dionnes-international-fan-club

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