Former Kansas City Chiefs kicker and Hall of Famer Nick Lowery is hosting the Imagine 100 Faces benefit concert April 4 in Paradise Valley.
The event is a fundraiser to raise awareness of bullying and to help fight it.
Lowery said he, Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians and other NFL players will be on hand to carry out their message. They will be joined by boxing legend Evander Holyfield as well.
“We want to create cultures in schools that foster better communication,” Lowery said. “And in particular, carry out the Olweus program which is a 35-year, worldwide tested program that has been extremely effective.”
The program works to better inform kids and develop a school program to help fight bullying. There will be live music, a live auction with sports memorabilia and an open bar.
For more information or to buy tickets, go to nicklowery.org.
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