FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The Dreamcatchers organization held a release party Saturday for their debut charity album, Heat Is Where the Heart Is. It’s a collection of children’s music to benefit families in need of new heaters.
The party was at Neat Neat Neat Records and Music.
The organization’s founder, Zoe Martin, says their goal is to make sure no child is cold this winter.
“When it gets cold, I can’t stand it,” she said. “That’s one of the worst things to be cold. I want to be warm and especially little kids. They should be warm.”
The idea came to her in a dream two years ago.
“A lot of artists were making kids music and saying they were going to trade music as currency for heaters for kids whose parents couldn’t afford to turn on the heat,” she explained. “So I rolled out of bed and started texting musicians that I knew and they jumped right in.”
The album sales have bought 800 heaters so far. To purchase one visit the album’s website.