The first-ever Wilton Rocks for Food event, held at the Trackside Teen Center, raised $26,000 for the Wilton Interfaith Food Pantry and the Connecticut Food Bank, the Bulletin reported. The money was split evenly between the two entitites.
Schlesinger, a musician himself, gathered together local bands, graphic designers, sponsors, and volunteers for the Dec. 5 event, according to the story.
Schlesinger credits his wife, Kimberly Pearson, for the success of a pre-concert party that was part of the fundraising package.
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