UK Registered Charity 1122246 This website would not be possible without the kind help of Tony Martin of the “AV Martin Charitable Foundation”

‘Bands 4 Bella’ is a benefit CD made up of 17 recording artists from north-east of the United States. The artists involved in this CD each contributed an original song as a gift to the Bella Moss Foundation. Your donation on bands4bella.com brings you a link to download this compilation as a thank you for believing in our mission.

This wonderful gift from all of the people who have contributed means the foundation can now bring pleasure as well as information to people’s lives. The Foundation has helped to save hundreds of animal’s lives with early detection of MRSA. The Foundation is a not for profit charity relying on donations to survive. Download this CD; help us raise awareness and funds. You can help us help pets suffering with resistant bacterial infections.

Bands 4 Bella‘ is the inspiration of record producer, Robbie Konikoff, (audio magic studios) whos dog Tiny, died of MRSA in 2010. We at The Foundation are so grateful to Robbie and all of the artists that have contributed to Bands4Bella.

You can obtain your BANDS4BELLA digital download here. Each download is available for a donation of £7.50 (or equivalent in local currency), all of which will go directly to the Bella Moss Foundation to support its work in companion animal health.

http://bands-4-bella.com/

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Lou Yau – Malcolm

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