"One of Country Music's future leading men." - AMB Magazine
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Throughout his career, Donald Benjamin has been driven to help several causes and charities, throughout his home state of Michigan.
From 2012-2014, Donald donated his talents to sing the Star Spangled Banner, broadcast on 96.1 WHNN, starting the annual Yellow Ribbon Guard "stock the bus" campaign. The campaign collected items for care packages, which were sent to U.S. servicemen, and women, serving overseas, during the holiday season.
From 2011-2013, Donald and his group performed on the ISMA circuit, raising money for various charities, diaper banks and humanitarian benefits.
From 2015-2016, Donald and his group performed at several benefits, put on by the friends of the Humane Society of Bay County (MI). The events raised money to build a "no-kill" animal shelter, in Bay County, Michigan.
Since 2010, Donald and his group have performed several shows to raise money for upkeep and administration of the Standish Historic Train Depot. The depot was a focal point in the history and evolution of Arenac County (MI).
In 2004, Donald served as Entertainment Chair, for the Relay event, in Arenac County (MI). Since, Donald and his group have been fixtures, each year, at Relay events across Michigan, including Arenac, Bay, Gladwin and Midland counties.
Since 2004, Donald has performed at numerous benefit dinners, fundraisers and events, designed to aid men, women and children in need of medical support. Whether funds needed are for surgery, Cancer treatment, advanced care, etc., Donald and his group have been willing participants in dozens of endeavors.
Donald has helped collect numerous toys for underprivileged children, over the years. He has done so, since 2004.
In 2013 and 2014, Donald helped "stuff the bus" for local Bay City, Michigan radio station, "Last Choice Country," by collecting toys, and performing, for the radio event.
Since his diagnoses of having Tourette's, at age 12, Donald has been a stanch supporter of research and educational funds, benefiting TS patients and scientific endeavors. Some of these include Tourette Syndrome Association, the TS fun, and others.
In 2015, Donald and his group donated performances and helped raise money for several local wounded servicemen, and women, in the mid-Michigan area.
Donald and his group have, also, performed at several events, produced by the Michigan Iron Bandogs Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club, benefiting various charities.