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Serena Ryder Launches "Winter Wear" Charity Drive

In partnership with Breaking Ground, a New York-based nonprofit organization aiming to provide housing support for the homeless, artist Serena Ryder proudly launches her "Winter Wear" Charity Drive.

The initiative - in support of her new single “Kid Gloves" - calls participants to donate gloves and winter wear to those in need this season. By making a financial contribution to Breaking Ground (or donating to the participant's local clothing drive), participants will gain access to a link for Serena Ryder's exclusive acoustic livestream concert in February.

"As it gets colder, we know there are so many people who will struggle keeping warm this winter. I’ve partnered with Breaking Ground to help provide cozy clothes for those who need them."

Serena's Winter Wear Drive concludes on January 22nd, and the acoustic virtual concert will take place on February 4th at 7:30pm ET. Learn more about it or enter HERE.

ABOUT SERENA RYDER Serena Ryder is one of Canada’s most successful singer-songwriters, having won 6 JUNO Awards and a Canadian Screen Award for Achievement in Music. She has toured the world alongside acts including Melissa Etheridge and One Republic, and her songs have been featured in shows such as Veep, American Idol and The Voice. Serena's song "Stompa" spent eight weeks at #1 on AAA radio, making her the second international female artist to do so after Adele. She has performed on an incredibly diverse number of stages, including the NBA All Star Game, the Pan Am Games Closing Ceremony and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. For all the latest on Serena Ryder, sign up for her newsletter at or follow her on Instagram or YouTube.



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