Thank-you for considering "Run" by Flaevours, to donate for this fundraiser! Your donation will be added to the tally for this specific song. Flaevours thanks you for your appreciation. https://www.90percent-musprod.com/campagnes. If you're reading this page first hand, please consider reading the message below to achieve a better understanding of this campaign. Just watch the news anywhere and you will see the sickening images of the famine and war in Yemen. One out of 5 kids is in IMMEDIATE need of emergency aid. Today 1.5 million kids are starving to death. Much larger numbers are in need of humanitarian assistance. Yemen is now, according to NOS / Unicef and many other sources, "the largest humanitarian crisis" in the world. As a young, Dutch, white privileged adult (24) I feel I should put an effort into supporting Yemenite parents so that they don't have to see their kids looking monstrous due to severe malnutrition, unable to do anything about it. Kids should never have to experience such standards of living and there should not be such a huge gap in privileges merely due to our place of birth. With my startup 90%MusicProductions™ I hope to really make an impact. As a musician and music producer I'd like to use my skills to create a direct and 100% funding stream to help Yemen. I herewith invite all music producers to contribute to the cause! You can donate by going to www.90percent-musprod.com. Click on the Unicef image at the homepage which will directly take you to the 90% campaign page where you'll find all the information you need for the 90%MusicProductions™ song-sale fundraising. 100% of the proceeds will go straight to Unicef. Of course, you could also donate directly to Unicef, but through 90%MusicProductions™ I'm hoping to build momentum and maximise output. Participation as a music producer is simple. You can find the exact information at www.90percent-musprod.com. Your participation is key for this fundraiser to work! I'm aiming to get big artists to partake. This will boost the numbers and create even more funds for Yemen.