Healing Abuse, Working for Change

06 Mar

New Zero God & Friends chose to donate all proceeds of “Second Chance” to a Massachusetts based organization called HAWC (Healing Abuse, Working for Change). HAWC helps thousands of people who have been physically, mentally, and sexually abused, giving them the resources they need to get back on their feet and put their pasts behind them. In other words, HAWC gives people the second chance they need to start living life again.

If you like the song please download it from:

Each $0.99 download will go directly into an account for HAWC, helping the organization with every single click. Everybody involved in this charity project sincerely hopes this song will bring awareness, hope, inspiration, and a bit of funding to a worthy cause because everybody deserves a second chance.

NEW ZERO GOD & FRIENDS — The people behind the song:

Mike Pougounas — Vocals (New Zero God)
Raymond John Ross — Vocals (ANKST)
Susana Egea — Vocals (Stereoskop)
Don Campau — Vocals (Musician/Radio DJ)
Lord Litter — Vocals (Musician/Radio DJ)
Michael Christou — Guitar (New Zero God)
Will Crewdson — Guitar (Scant Regard, Johnette Napolitano, Adam Ant, Rachel Stamp and others)
Haris Stavrakas — Bass (New Zero God)
Chris Tuke — Bass (Berlin Black)
Martin Birke — Keyboards (Genre Peak, Hardboiled Wonderland)
Dimitris Steves — Drums (New Zero God)
Shaun Histed-Todd — Artwork
Chris Manolitsis — Sound Engineer
Anna Psarreas — Executive Liason

ABOUT HAWC: Founded in 1978, HAWC (Healing Abuse Working for Change, formerly known as Help for Abused Women and their Children) is the oldest and the most comprehensive domestic violence agency on the Massachusetts’ North Shore with direct services provided in 23 cities and towns. HAWC provides services and support to victims of domestic violence in order that they may make informed, independent decisions about their futures. Some of the many services provided include: 24-hour hotline, shelter program, short-term counseling, support groups, parent/child trauma recovery program, youth outreach program, legal advocacy program, and educational/training programs. The purpose of HAWC is to create social change by taking action against personal and societal patterns of violence and oppression.

Address: 27 Congress St., Salem, MA 01970
Phone: 978-744-8552
24 Hour Hotline: 1-800-547-1649



Posted by on March 6, 2012 in Music


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