Enon Music Group Creates Fund To Financially Support Musicians Whose Employment Is Affected By Covid-19 Pandemic
Philadelphia, PA — Enon Music Group (EMG) is an independent record label established by Dr. Alyn E. Waller, Senior Pastor of Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church in Philadelphia, PA. The growing label has supported a diverse and dynamic roster of Stellar Award Nominated artist as well as new and developing artists.
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic crisis the world is experiencing, EMG has created a relief fund to support Philadelphia area musicians who have lost employment due to the mandatory closure of churches.
EMG has created “The Levites Relief Fund” in an effort to bring hope and assistance to men and women whose only source of income is through music ministry.
“There are so many church musicians in the Philadelphia area that have lost their jobs because of the COVID-19 situation,” says Garland “Miche” Waller, Vice President of Enon Music Group and Director of Music at Enon Tabernacle Church. “For most of them, the church is their only source of income. God placed it on my heart to do something as a fellow church musician. Everyone in the city is not as fortunate as I am to still be employed, so I wanted to bring the church music ministry community together to be a blessing to those who are struggling because of this pandemic situation.”
EMG is accepting donations via PayPal. Musicians who would like to apply for funds are encouraged to do so now. To apply, submit name, address, phone number, and a letter from your pastor or supervisor along with the church contact information. Submit via email only to:
The Deadline To Apply For Assistance Is April 7, 2020.
EMG’s mission is to encourage and lift up people who are in need. You can join the effort and contribute to the LRF or start a relief fund in your city.