Evered House Receives Donation from Internationally Renowned Rock Band 3 Doors Down through The Better Life Foundation
The Evered House, an artist residency for veterans and those who work in conflict zones, is thrilled to announce that it has received a $5000 donation from The Better Life Foundation, the charity arm of 3 Doors Down—the multi-platinum and gold-certified rock band from Escatawpa, Mississippi, that has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide.
The Evered House was founded by writer and director Charles B. Evered, and is dedicated to his father, who was a veteran of World War II. The house is situated near Joshua Tree National Park. The donation was facilitated by Raymond Pinglora III, treasurer of the Evered House.
About the 3 Doors Down and The Better Life Foundation:
3 Doors Down is an American rock band that formed in 1996. The band first rose to international fame with their first single “Kryptonite.” 3 Doors Down established The Better Life Foundation in March of 2004 with the mission of making a positive change for those in need. The artist, music community and luminaries from the world of sports and racing have rallied around 3 Doors Down and their foundation for over a decade. Past supporters of the foundation have included Lynyrd Skynyrd, Sara Evans, Staind, Daughtry and many others. To date, the foundation has raised more than $3,000,000 dollars for reputable charities nationwide.