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Closer to the Sun 2016

How To Get Involved at Closer to the Sun 2016!

Positive Legacy, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, was created to expand the positive experiences of those attending Cloud 9 Adventures destination events around the globe. Positive Legacy’s mission is to create meaningful opportunities for musicians and fans to get involved in humanitarian and environmental outreach projects in the communities we travel to and inspire music fans and artists to take action.
Here are some ways you can get involved with the cause at Closer to the Sun:

Day of Community Connection with Positive Legacy

Thursday 12/15 – Day 2 – 10:30am-3:00pm (Meet at PL HQ Lobby Bar)

Positive Legacy will host a day of service in continued support of a three-year project to address food security and nutrition in Puerto Morelos. Closer to the Sun musicians and guests have already built an herb garden at the Casa Cultura and improved the medicinal plant nursery at the Botanical Gardens. This year we will work on the capstone project, a community garden in the Colonia neighborhood. The day will also include live local music and a chance to sample offerings from nearby restaurants featuring ingredients grown in gardens supported by Positive Legacy. Get your ticket HERE!

Charity Auction

Saturday 12/17 – Day 4 – Silent Auction 4:00pm-7:10pm, Live Auction at 6:45pm (Lobby)

Come bid on autographed photos, concert tickets, and unique memorabilia from Closer to the Sun musicians at the live and silent auctions. Auction proceeds support Positive Legacy’s humanitarian and environmental projects.

Do you have a unique item that you would like to donate to the Positive Legacy Charity Auction during Closer to the Sun? Your donation will be on display throughout the event and the funds that your item raises will go directly to our environmental & humanitarian projects in the local community.

Contact us today about donating an item: auction@positivelegacy.com

Donation Drive

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When packing your suitcase, remember to pack a small school or medical supply item/s for the local community in need! Your contribution helps supply necessary schooling and essential medical supplies for the local community in need.

Drop donations to Positive Legacy Headquarters on Day 1 or 2!

Suggested School Supplies: Backpacks, pencils, notebooks, crayons, markers, colored pencils, calculators, rulers, reams of paper, etc.

Suggested Medical Supplies: Gloves, masks, swabs, bandages, gauze, antiseptics, ibuprofen & acetaminophen, allergy medicine, toothbrushes & toothpaste, eye drops, ace bandages, hand sanitizer, etc.

Name That Tune BINGO w/ Jared & Matt (Dirty Heads) 

Saturday 12/17 2:30-3:30p (Main Pool)

While enjoying your afternoon by the pool join Positive Legacy in a game of BINGO with Jared & Matt of Dirty Heads! As the songs play, you guess the name and fill in your card. There are two games hosted by your favorite artists! $20 donation for 2 games. Play with your friends, have fun and listen to some of your favorite songs! 100% of the proceeds go to funding Positive Legacy!



Offset Your Carbon Footprinttwp_logo-300x188

Positive Legacy and Trees, Water & People  make it easy to travel responsibly, by offsetting the emissions from your travel to Mexico for Closer to the Sun. A $15 carbon offset donation will support a community tree nursery that is producing 10,000 trees a year for rural communities on the north coast of Haiti, providing fruit, improved soil quality, timber and the sequestration of thousands of tons of carbon dioxide emissions over their lifetimes. Take this opportunity to feel empowered and leave your own positive legacy during Closer to the Sun. Offset your trip HERE!

Partner Information

Our main objective with “Fauna Flora y Litoral, A.C.”  is training on how to sustainably produce food in small areas like backyards and rooftops in urban areas. The program will be aimed at children and adults in impoverished areas.

Small sustainable farms are the answer to the needs of food production in rural and urban populations to help those most in need, such as seniors, children, housewives. This program also empowers the community to earn an income, as their surpluses are likely to be marketed.