A Nashville-based entertainment marketing agency announced a $250,000 initial investment to its new charitable giving fund Friday, with the fund’s first donation to help provide healthcare resources to musicians.
FlyteVu launched its donor-advised fund as the company celebrates five years in business. The fund will be managed by global wealth management company AB Bernstein, a unit of global financial firm AllianceBernstein, which recently moved its headquarters to Nashville.
The Music Health Alliance, a nonprofit that provides people in the music industry with healthcare insurance, resources and guidance, will receive $25,000 as the fund’s first donation. FlyteVu has donated to Music Health Alliance before, and giving again was an easy choice for FlyteVu co-founders Laura Hutfless and Jeremy Holley, especially as COVID-19 put the work of those in the music industry on an indefinite pause. Read more on the Tennessean.com.