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April 18 Concert Will Help 33-Year-Old with Quadriplegia After Car Accident

Emily Progin, PR and Communications Coordinator

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Give Hope to Jeremiah Wilson with Live Music, Raffles, and More

LANCASTER, Pa.—On Sunday, April 18, the community will come together for a cause at the Jeremiah’s Journey Benefit Concert at Tellus360 (24 E. King Street in Lancaster) from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Enjoy live music, a silent auction, raffles, and more to benefit the nonprofit Help Hope Live in honor of Jeremiah Wilson, a Coatesville 33-year-old who has been living with quadriplegia since a June 2020 car accident. Free virtual viewing options are also available.

The goal of the event is to raise $5,000 towards the cost of a wheelchair van for Jeremiah, who was injured in June 2020 when he fell asleep at the wheel and crashed his work vehicle just thirty minutes from his destination. Jeremiah is continuing his emotional and physical recovery at home following rehabilitation at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital in Philadelphia. Read his full story now and find more event info at

Register now for $20 at Your registration will be managed by the nonprofit as a donation in Jeremiah’s honor. Virtual registrants can register for free at:

The concert will include a diverse group of artists to entertain and inspire, including:

  • Hadassah Wilson
  • Pushin’ Time
  • Nick Cove and The Wandering
  • Liz Fulmer
  • Leo Distanto
  • Tuck Ryan

The silent auction will feature original art by Jeremiah Wilson himself, as well as art by Shelia Braun, and a gourmet meal cooked in your home by Chef Bri.

Purchase raffle tickets to win prizes including a hotel stay, jewelry, gourmet chocolate, and a restaurant gift basket. Raffles are open to both in-person and virtual attendees—indicate your preference when you purchase tickets on the event site, or be surprised by what you win! Purchase raffle tickets here:

Food and beverages will be available for purchase onsite for in-person attendees.

“Jeremiah is usually the one offering help,” explains Kathi, his mother. “Since the accident, he has maintained an optimistic and grateful outlook. He has proven himself to be much more than a survivor. He feels blessed to have the love and support of so many friends and family members.”

Can’t attend the concert? You can make a donation in honor of Jeremiah Wilson at any time at Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law, and all funds raised will be managed by the nonprofit to cover verified medical and related expenses. Help Hope Live verifies medical and financial need for every patient.

Help Hope Live is a national nonprofit that specializes in engaging communities in secure, tax-deductible fundraising campaigns for people who need a transplant or are affected by a catastrophic injury or illness. Since 1983, campaigns organized by Help Hope Live have raised over $150 million to pay patient expenses. ###

Written by Emily Progin