In order to accomplish my goal for the benefit concert, I asked the help of about 10 people, excluding the bands who dedicated their time and talent. First, I, with the help of my musically gifted boyfriend, contacted bands around Memphis whom we believed would be willing to donate their time to the cause. Sure enough, people were very willing to dedicate their talents to the inspiring cause, and we were able to book 5 bands, one who flew their keyboardist all the way from California to perform. I contacted stage companies around Memphis, eventually receiving the help from Memphis Sound, who reduced the cost of a 12x24, $1,000 stage to a mere $250. My boyfriend was then able to get the $250 from his principal at Christian Brothers High School. Because the bands had to use their own equipment, I knew that there would be a delay between bands. Thus I asked the favor of my friend to DJ in between bands, as she possessed all of the equipment to do so. In addition, I contacted representatives of the Invisible Children clubs in various Memphis schools to sell tickets, which were made from playing cards in order to not spend any money. The representatives were given 50 tickets, with each ticket costing 10 dollars. While the tickets were being sold, I, along with the help of my boyfriend, constructed a flyer for the concert on Photoshop to send to the schools. I was able to type a letter to all of the neighbors to notify them about the concert, invite them to come, and to ultimately communicate the sound factor that would be present on the night of the show. In addition, my family contacted my uncle, a security guard, to adhere to traffic obligations and other security. A construction company in Memphis was contacted to provide public restrooms outside of the house as well as barricades to be placed in front of the stage. The week of the concert also happened to be exam week at many schools in Memphis, compelling me to contact friends of friends to come to my house hours before the concert to set up. I also received the help of an amateur high school photographer, who captured the event with pictures and on film. The concert was a huge success. There were 100 tickets pre-sold, with almost another 300 attending the actual concert. The concert raised $3,670 for Invisible Children, all of which was sent to the charity in the following days. Thus not only did the concert achieve a great monetary sum, but it also greatly raised awareness around Memphis about the struggles of Northern Uganda and ways that ordinary people can aid in extraordinary ways.