WHO WE ARE
A 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to educating kids about their 30 basic human rights as outlined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
R4HR was founded by Wil Seabrook, former Warner Bros. recording artist with music featured on radio, TV and film and live performances for millions on TV and in person around the world.
WHAT WE DO
We travel to schools all over the US (as well as other countries) and teach kids about human rights in language they can easily understand and apply in their own lives.
We discuss topics like bullying, social responsibility and personal integrity using live, original music and engaging video content along with live discussions.
We are not religious or political, and our sole purpose is to empower young people to take more responsibility for themselves and their communities through the knowledge and application of their basic human rights.
WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOUR BUSINESS
Our corporate sponsors make our nonprofit touring possible with 100% tax deductible donations to our 501c3 nonprofit that cover the basic expenses involved in bringing our live, multimedia show to schools across the country. In turn we provide our generous sponsors with the following:
Their logo featured prominently on our tour bus which criss crosses the country, seen by tens of thousands of people
Their logo featured prominently on the booklets we hand out directly to students, teachers, administrators and others (5000+ for each two week tour)
Their logo featured prominently on all stage signage / banners
Their logo and name featured prominently in all online and social media video and photo content, seen by tens of thousands of people and promoted heavily before, during and after each tour
A video made specifically for their executives and employees thanking them for their support of our tours and helping them understand the positive impact their support is creating
Social Media buttons / logos to share broadly with "Rock For Human Rights sponsor" and the company logo
Donation Rate: $20,000 covers two weeks (14 days) of touring and a minimum of 5000 audience members reached and booklets handed out.