By Evelyn Ticona & Jen Rodino
Managing Editor & Features Editor
Singer-songwriter Shaun Groves urged the Palm Beach Atlantic University family to support Haiti relief by watching the upcoming “Help Haiti Live” concert Saturday.
DeSantis Family Chapel served as the stage to host Groves last week.
Groves also offered a free concert in chapel Tuesday night where, along with his performance, Groves sent a message about salvation and God’s purpose for us in life.
The relief concert will take place at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville at 8:30 p.m., and can be seen live online at www.helphaitilive.com.
Groves is a partner of Compassion International, a child development organization that sponsors children from third world countries.
He said it took Compassion International longer than expected to put the concert together, leaving little time to promote.
“We want you to help us spread the word,” Groves told the crowd.
Big Kenny will host the concert and singers like Mat Kearney, Brandon Heath, Dave Barnes and Matt West will perform for free to raise funds for the earthquake relief.