The Brotherly Love Tour, hosted by The Charity Pros, will bring the talents of Nashville artists John Michael Montgomery and Eddie Montgomery to Fort Myers on Jan. 3, 2024 for a fundraising concert to benefit Pace Center for Girls, Lee.
The Charity Pros is a Fort Myers-based nonprofit organization that advocates for and supports children’s programs. The organization aims to benefit other local nonprofits through each of its concert events. Most recently, the nonprofit’s “Hurricane Heroes All-Star Concert” raised $60,000 to support two local nonprofits and The Charity Pros’ “Megan’s Wish” program.
In 2024, The Charity Pros is bringing another show-stopping production to Southwest Florida with a headlining performance by country legends and brothers John Michael Montgomery and Eddie Montgomery. Fort Myers native and “The Voice” alumni Sheena Brook will open the show. The Jan. 3 event will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, located at 3350 FSW Parkway in Fort Myers.
The fundraising concert will benefit Pace Center for Girls, Lee, a transformative program that provides girls and young women an opportunity for a better future through education, counseling, training and advocacy. Founded in Lee County in 2007, Pace Lee believes that all women, regardless of race, ethnicity or socioeconomic status, are deserving of unique care and support, and offers free year-round middle and high school academics, case management, counseling and life skills development in an environment that is not only safe but supportive. Since its inception 16 years ago, Pace Lee has helped more than 1,000 at-promise girls and young women in Lee County find the path to success.
“We are excited and proud to partner with Pace Center for Girls, Lee for this concert while bringing another top-level show to our region,” said Megan Maloney, founder and executive director of The Charity Pros. “We love showing support to local organizations, especially when our missions align so closely, like helping to provide young girls with an opportunity for a brighter future.”
From the heartwarming tune of “Life’s a Dance” to the soul-stirring number-one hits like “I Swear,” “I Can Love You Like That,” “Be My Baby Tonight,” and “Sold,” John Michael Montgomery has created one of country music’s most storied careers. As one half of the award-winning duo Montgomery Gentry, Eddie Montgomery found incredible success with hits like “My Town” and number-one songs like “Where I Come From,” “Something to Be Proud Of,” and “Lucky Man.”
Tickets to the Brotherly Love Tour concert will be available at 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 1 at BBMannPAH.com. A VIP pre-show cocktail party will also take place; more information and tickets are available at TheCharityPros.org.
To learn more about Pace Lee and its programs, visit PaceCenter.org/Locations/Lee.
About The Charity Pros
Founded in 2019 by young entrepreneur Megan Maloney, The Charity Pros is a Ft. Myers 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that advocates and supports children’s programs focused on health, child protection, poverty, education and equality. In addition, the organization has established Megan’s Wish, with a mission to grant wishes to children coping with traumatic circumstance, life-threatening medical conditions or those who have lost a parent or guardian. Charity Pros partners with community events and produces fundraisers including concerts, festivals and expos to support community causes. For more information, visit thecharitypros.org.
About Pace Center for Girls, Lee
Pace Center for Girls, Lee, envisions a world where all girls and young women have power, in a just and equitable society. Founded in 1985, Pace provides free year-round middle and high school academics, case management, counseling, and life skills development in a safe and supportive environment that recognizes and deals with past trauma and builds upon girls’ individual strengths. Dedicated to meeting the social, emotional, and education needs of girls, Pace has a successful and proven program model that has changed the life trajectory of more than 40,000 girls and is recognized as one of the nation’s leading advocates for girls in need. For more information on Pace Center for Girls, Lee, call 239-425-2366 or visit www.PaceCenter.org/Locations/Lee.