Fundraising Party – January 12th

 

On Tuesday January 12th Positive Sky will host its first fundraiser at the House of Blues Foundation Room from 5:00-7:00. We invite you to join us in our mission of spreading joy and magic through the message conveyed in skywriting.

When: Tuesday January 12th
Where: House of Blues Foundation Room, 225 Decatur Street NO, LA 70130
Time: 5:00-7:00.

CLICK HERE for tickets!

Positives Sky’s first mission was above the city of New Orleans during Jazz Fest, 2015. The skywriting messages reached thousands of people throughout the city. Social media feeds were flooded with sightings of words such as LOVE, HOPE, PEACE, COEXIST. The mission attracted national and

international attention through the associated press and generated an overwhelming public response, provingjust how necessary the promotion of positive news is during turbulent times.

Frank Sculock, Positive Sky founder and New Orleans native,initially funded the one-time project out of a philanthropic desire to give something back.Now,with the help of a team of skywriting enthusiasts, he is committed to keeping the momentum going by fundraisingfuture skywriting tours.

The goal is simple: to become a first responder in times of crisis by providingvisual reminders of positive values.

But why skywriting?

Because it’s big.It’s memorable. And it’s magical. Few words argue that looking up at the sky and seeing the word FORGIVE causes a shift in consciousness. We’ve heard testimonials of how the skywriting inspired people to stop, marvel,and take in each message. It is not often that we get to witness miracles in our everyday lives.

Many people have expressed interest in supportingthis project.We are excited and hopeful that it will continue to have a positive impact by drawing attention to New Orleans as a city full of loving,creative spirits.

Within every adult, is a magical child. Awakeningthe innocence and magic in people’s hearts is one step towards creating peace.Through your contributions, you can help us to achieve our mission