“See You Out There” is a song created to support the people who are in their last phase of life, receiving hospices and palliative care, and to support all their beloved ones and friends in tough and sad times as they cope with loss.
“The inspiration for writing this song came from losing family members in a tragic way in the past two years,” said Georgie Davis.
Davis felt it was time get this song out in the open and to donate 100% of the proceeds of his song to the National Hospice Foundation, and to hospices and palliative care providers who rely on donations. NHF is the fundraising affiliate of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. As the national charity for end-of-life care, NHF is responsible for soliciting and stewarding charitable gifts received to National Hospice.
Davis’ mission is not only to raise as much money as possible, but also to voluntarily sing his song in care homes to physically support all patients, and to thank all people that are helping the patients to provide them with the best care they need.
Watch the video clip of “See You Out There” on YouTube.
The song is available for only purchase for only 99 cents in music stores such as Amazon and ITunes, and can be streamed and downloaded on Spotify.