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Shop Our 4th of July Sale

Our July 4th sale is NOW LIVE! All items in our store are 20% off, automatically applied at checkout🎶  All proceeds go to our COVID-19 Fund to help musicians and music industry workers struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.Start shopping HERE

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Sweet Summer Collection is BACK!

Summer is finally here, and so is our Sweet Summer Collection! Check out these incredible designs from last year, donated by some amazing artists and #SweetSupporters! All proceeds collected from the Sweet Relief Merch Store will continue to be allocated towards our COVID-19 Fund to support musicians and music industry workers being affected by the pandemic. If you’re interested in donating a design, please email tatiana@sweetrelief.org

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How to Avoid Medicare Fraud

Scammers may use the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to steal your identity and commit Medicare fraud. In some cases, they might tell you they'll send a Coronavirus test, masks, or other items in exchange for your Medicare Number or personal information.Visit Medicare.gov/fraud for more information on protecting yourself from fraud and reporting suspected fraud, and be sure to watch this short video below! WATCH HERE

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Songenizios to Benefit Sweet Relief

THANK YOU to Michael Garrigan and Andrew Jones who are donating proceeds from their mixtape chapbook, 'Songenizios,' to Sweet Relief's COVID-19 Fund! Songenizios is a collection of sixteen “sonnets.” Each poem starts with a line from a song based on playlists they made each other, and repeats (in some form) one word from it in the following thirteen lines, and ends in a rhyming couplet.Check it out down HERE!

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June is Black Music Month

June is Black Music Month, a reminder of the important role Black music has played in our history. "Music has always played an integral role in black people’s fight for equality and justice. So as that hard-fought struggle boils over onto city streets across the country, this year’s celebration of Black Music Month arrives at a crucial turning point." - Gail Mitchell, Billboard READ MORE

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