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BUKU Teams Up With Propeller – Social Impact Platform – for ‘Take Action Project’

Make a difference and get the opportunity to attend BUKU Music + Art Project  for free with their brand new “Take Action Project.” Launched last week, BUKU Music + Art Project and social impact platform, Propeller, announced their partnership to “engage fans and drive action for important causes that advocate for Climate Change, LGBTQ+ Rights, Mental Health, Racial Injustice, Voting and more with the BUKU 2022 Take Action Project (TAP).”

For those that sign up and complete actions ranging from donating to pledging to vote can enter to win prizes and a ticket to BUKU 2022! As you rack up your points by tracking your activities, you can redeem them for a handful of prizes and rewards. 

Those ready to Take Action can get started here.


Take Action Project partners include: 

  • Glass Half Full
    • Fans can sign up to volunteer with Glassroots and earn points on Propeller for every shift they complete. 
  • Second Harvest Food Bank
    • Fans can sign up to volunteer with Second Harvest Food Bank and earn points for every shift they complete.
  • Upbeat Academy
    • Fans can donate to Upbeat Academy Foundation to receive an exclusive BUKU 2022 poster & merch store gift card bundle. 

ABOUT PROPELLER: Propeller is a digital marketing platform that creates social impact initiatives while offering a new avenue to acquiring first party data for their partners. Focused on building a sustainable impact economy, Propeller collaborates with high profile artists, large-scale events and both non- and for-profit organizations to build movements for change through meaningful campaigns. As a public benefit corporation, Propeller operates with financial transparency, allowing its success to be based on the collective good created. 

ABOUT THE TAKE ACTION PROJECT: In the summer of 2020, BUKU and Upbeat Academy, partnered to launch the Take Action Project (“TAP”) with both the immediate and long-term mission of 1) using BUKU’s platform to elevate awareness around issues of systemic racism, minority oppression and social & environmental sustainability, and 2) taking action by organizing campaigns to generate donations and volunteer efforts in solidarity with social & environmental justice organizations.

via press release

Photo by Brad Croswell

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