It's fairly simple. A community is only as strong as its weakest member. The lucky few never worry about money, but even they can be alone and desperate in other ways. We are a diverse community, but our passion for creativity and generosity unites us, time and time again. Our Wild Honey events (large and small) provide a way for us to connect through our shared love for music, film, social activism, and more. People volunteer their time and talen for Wild Honey events without a second though,t and real magic happens. The Wild Honey Lovin' Spoonful show was a shining example of that. Even so, the creative life is not supported by our nation/society. Many artists lead a fragile emotional and financial life that often leads to tragic outcomes. We live in the most dangerous time and that situation is the worst it's ever been. Creative people (Our Wild Honey Musicians and volunteers) are on the brink. The most generous in our tribe hate to ask for help, but we must step up and help in a private and immediate manner. The George Bailey Fund will help tide these folks over and keep their utilities on etc. Let's make this happen. We have already helped one person and we will help as many as we can with the funds we raise. Thanks for donating! Please help spread the word.