Halstead/Metroflor’s Addiction Crisis charity (HMAC) will host a night of musical entertainment in Cartersville, Ga., to raise funds to combat the addiction epidemic affecting addicts and their families nationwide. The Path to Resilience Charity Concert at the Grand Theatre on Feb. 22 at 7 pm will spotlight singer-songwriter Maddy Anderson, daughter of Halstead’s Eric Anderson. Also headlining will be Babe’s Bayou, a local North Georgia country music favorite. Admission is $25 with all proceeds to provide rehabilitation “scholarships” and support families who otherwise would not be financially able to save their loved ones suffering from substance addiction disorders.

Thanks to the generosity of Halstead employees who have covered the cost of the Grand Theatre, all proceeds from the HMAC fundraiser will support local rehabilitation agencies such as Genesis Ministries in Kennesaw, Ga., and Damascus Road in Covington, Ga., They are two of six East Coast agencies to whom HMAC will provide scholarship support for families in need of rehabilitation support. 

To make a donation, visit https://www.hmacfund.org/make-a-donation. To buy tickets to the Path to Resilience Charity Concert, visit  https://www.hmacfund.org/upcoming-events.