martin SWOMGT


-women are made for more than oppressing
-our earth is meant for more than resource extraction
-our elderly are made for more for forgetting
-our veterans are not for using and discarding
-our immigrants are meant for more than a life in the shadows
-and our children are something much, much more than a test score

After the #metoo meme swept social media, coinciding perfectly with the one year anniversary of the birth of my protest song "Made for Something More," I've decided to roll my existing and upcoming tour dates into this mission. I will be partnering with organizations that do work in these fields and offering various outreach opportunities at my concerts. In addition to the song that gave this concept its namesake, I will be performing material in my show that is relevant to these causes, and taking a moment to highlight my favorite organizations in my stage banter. 
You can order Live at Etown Hall now and know that I will be donating 50% to one of the following nonprofits working in these fields. Use the link above and select which cause you would like your proceeds donated to, or, you may divide the percentage equally among them all. 

-Citizens for a Healthy Community (No fracking in the North Fork!)
-Western Slope Conservation Center (Conserving Land, Air, & Water) 
-Colorado Farm & Food Alliance (Think Global, Eat Local, Act Now) 
-Slow Food Western Slope (Good, clean, fair food for all)
-The Abraham Connection (Delta County homeless shelter)
-A Little Help (connecting seniors to volunteers)
-Kid's Pasta Project (Kids serving community)
-Mountain Harvest Festival (celebrating local music, art, farms, and food)
-Valley Organic Growers Association (Promoting sustainable agriculture)
-New Mexico CAFE (Assisting border immigrants and Dreamers)
-Moab Valley Multicultural Center (Bridging Cultures) 
-City Sprouts (Building community through gardening)