Feb 23, 2012

Hear Jerrod Niemann’s New Single & Help Keith Relief!

It’s a very exciting day at the Dehydration Nation Headquarters! We are happy to announce that Jerrod will be doing another StageIt event and would like to give YOU the exclusive World Premiere of his brand new single! On Monday, February 27th at 7 pm central time, Jerrod will be doing an online chat & a World Premiere of his new single which will officially hit the airwaves on Tuesday, February 28th! You can have the best seat in the house from your very own desk – be sure and login to join us for all the fun as Jerrod hangs out with us online answering your questions and maybe even taking a request or two. Click Here to purchase your tickets.

Each time Jerrod does a StageIt – a portion of the proceeds will go to one of the great charities that Jerrod supports. This StageIt event will benefit the Duncan Keith Relief Charity, which raises funds for Ronald McDonald Charities of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana! The DK Relief fund is dedicated to alleviating the financial and emotional burdens of families and individuals suffering from medical crisis. Keith Relief was founded in 2011 by Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith and his wife, Kelly-Rae.

Jerrod will be taking part in the inaugural Keith Relief Benefit Concert at Joe’s Bar on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 from 7:30pm – 11:30pm. Joe’s Bar is located on Weed Street in Chicago. Don’t miss this opportunity to see Jerrod perform while supporting this awesome cause! A few tickets remain for the concert – click here to learn more about the event & concert!

Feb 13, 2012

Keith Relief Benefit Event & Concert

You’re Invited to the Inaugural Keith Relief Benefit Event & Concert!

Join Duncan Keith, defenseman for the Chicago Blackhawks, his wife Kelly-Rae, the Chicago Blackhawks & country music star Jerrod Niemann with top hits “Lover Lover,” “What Do You Want,” & “One More Drinkin’ Song.”

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Joe’s Bar on 940 West Weed Street  Chicago, IL 60622

Ticket Information: 

Concert Only: $25 – 7:30pm-11:30pm. Includes concert admission and a silent & live auction featuring one-of-a-kind items.

General Admission: $100 – 7:30pm-11:30pm. Includes concert admission, drinks, appitizers and a silent & live auction featuring one-of-a-kind items.

VIP Ticket: $250 – 6:00pm-11:30pm. Includes VIP reception giving guests the rare opportunity to watch the Chicago Blackhawks players as celebrity bartenders shake the ice behind the bar. Includes drinks, dining, concert admission and a silent & live auction.

Tickets will also be available at the door.  CASH ONLY.

About Keith Relief:
Keith Relief was founded in 2011 by Chicago Blackhawks defenseman, Duncan Keith and his wife, Kelly-Rae. The charity is dedicated to alleviating the financial and emotional burdens of families and individuals suffering from medical crisis.

Funds raised at the event will benefit Keith Relief & Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana.

Must be 21 years of age.

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Jan 30, 2012

Keith Relief Partners With Ronald McDonald House Charities

Chicago Blackhawks Duncan Keith’s Foundation, Keith Relief, Partners With Ronald McDonald House Charities® in Support of World’s Largest House in Chicago.

OAK BROOK, Ill., PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Stanley Cup Champion, Olympic Gold Medalist and Norris Trophy winner Duncan Keith and his wife Kelly-Rae, have partnered with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana (RMHC-CNI) on behalf of their foundation, Keith Relief, to sponsor a transplant floor in RMHC-CNI’s new Chicago House.

The Keiths’ partnership will benefit the new, world’s largest Ronald McDonald House which is currently under construction at 211 E. Grand in Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood. Located near the new Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, the 14-story House will have 86 rooms to provide care and comfort for the families of hospitalized children each and every day of the year. Keith Relief will sponsor one of the two special transplant floors of the new House, dedicated to pediatric transplant patients and their families. With a full kitchen, as well as a refrigerator and television in each room, both floors are specifically designed to meet the needs of families whose children need to stay near the hospital post-transplant for up to three months following surgery. In addition, Keith Relief will co-brand the charity’s infamous Ronald Van, which is onsite at every RMHC-CNI event and is seen extensively throughout the Chicagoland area.

Keith and Kelly-Rae founded their organization in 2011 after receiving expensive medical bills following a surgical procedure Kelly-Rae endured. Realizing that hefty medical bills are something that many families are burdened with, the couple started their foundation in an effort to assist families and individuals suffering from medical crises. With the current economic crisis in mind, Keith Relief also aims to help those who do not have proper access to health insurance, in addition to the charitable work they do in their home away from home, Chicago.

“Ronald McDonald House Charities is such a great organization and we are proud to support their cause,” said Keith. “We love Chicago, and Keith Relief has allowed us to give back to the city and people who have welcomed us with open arms.”

“Everyone in Chicago has treated us so well, so we are thrilled to help out,” Kelly-Rae added. “The transplant floor at the new Ronald McDonald House will provide the comfort and care that these families so desperately need during this difficult time.”

Always located in close proximity to major children’s hospitals, RMHC-CNI provides a “home away from home” for families of pediatric patients being cared for in area hospitals, while also proactively reaching out to children in need with mobile medical care and educational opportunities.

“We are honored to have Duncan Keith and his foundation in partnership with us,” said Doug Porter, CEO of RMHC-CNI. “We are so glad that he is using his stature in the community to help families in need, and this partnership will make a significant difference for the new Ronald McDonald House in Chicago.”

The world’s largest Ronald McDonald House is scheduled to open in June 2012. RMHC-CNI is committed to helping the Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana community by keeping families together when they need it most. It is with the generous support of sponsors and other charitable organizations, that they are able to make this possible.

Dec 26, 2011

Autographed Keith Relief Hats Available 12/28 at the United Center

A limited supply of Keith Relief hats signed by Duncan Keith will be on sale at the United Center 12/28 when the Hawks take on the Los Angeles Kings. The hats will be located outside section 104 & 105 and will be $50 each. All sizes available. Proceeds go to Keith Relief.

Dec 21, 2011

Keith Relief Apparel Now Available at the United Center!

Keith Relief is excited to announce that official Keith Relief hats, shirts and sweatshirts will be available at the United Center this Wednesday, December, 21 when the Chicago Blackhawks take on the Montreal Canadiens.  All proceeds from the items benefit Keith Relief!

The apparel will be sold at the United Center Fandemonium store. Additionally Keith Relief will be selling autographed hats signed by Duncan Keith in the main concourse of the arena during the 12/21 game against the Montreal Canadiens.  Current prices for the items are:  Hats – $27, T-Shirts – $25, Sweatshirts – $50, and autographed hats will be $50.

Pictured below are some of the Chicago Blackhawks wearing the new Keith Relief hats and showing their support at the Keith Relief Launch event.

Items will be available for purchase on DuncanKeith.com January 2012.

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