Simply put, Push America serves people with disabilities. There is no specific age or disability with which Push America is aligned. Push America was founded on the premise that people with disabilities are no different than people without disabilities, and it is the organization’s vision to raise the level of awareness people have about people with disabilities.
The foundation often assists facilities for the disabled by providing new equipment or helping with upgrades.
The local chapter of Pi Kappa Phi at Drexel University is hoping to raise over $25,000 for Push America with an upcoming charity event they are throwing at the Drexel Armory with help from Art of Electronica.
The event, for those 18+, takes place on Saturday, February 18th (8pm to 1am). It is the first concert open to the public at the Armory sponsored by a student organization, and will be headlined by superstar DJ Alesso (who is making his first appearance in Philadelphia). Supporting acts include LA Riots and Dubsef.
David Polinow, president of Pi Kappa Phi at Drexel, is expecting over 3,000 fans for this event that he has been planning for months with support from AOE, Drexel, and other Pi Kappa Phi chapters up and down the east coast.
100% of the proceeds will go to PUSH America.
We hope that you’ll join us for an amazing night of EDM that will not only blow your mind, but will help a charity as well.