Swamp Sistas La La Foundation A grassroots movement dedicated to community service and supporting artists

Founded in 2010 and led by Central Florida singer songwriter Beth McKee, the Swamp Sistas La La Foundation 501(c)3 supports local charities by raising money and awareness through performances and events while supporting women and other marginalized artists with mentorship, collaboration, promotion, and paid performance opportunities.
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The Swamp Sistas Cosmic Conjunction Function at Will’s Pub on March 13th, 2022, will feature local musical performances of various genres, open jam sessions, and comedy on three separate stages from 4–10 PM. Artists and vendors will feature wares in a market setting, and local community organizations will be on hand to highlight the services they provide to our residents. Local chefs will present diverse and unique food for sale.
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While historically focused on spotlighting female artists, with this event the organization will launch efforts to broaden outreach and become even more inclusive and diverse. Outreach will include recruiting and showcasing talent from members of the LGBTQ community, BIPOC, and yes, even men! The desire is to creatively engage a more widely diverse group of people to collaborate, artistically and socially, for the betterment of all.
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Our annual La La effort to help feed kids!

The 2019 La La Summer Hope fund drive in May was a huge success, raising over $70,000 to help Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida feed kids over the summer months.

Beth McKee has long been known for bringing artists together and fostering community. But this society of ladies is maybe her most essential building endeavor yet. Bao Le-Huu, Orlando Weekly