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2022 RECAP

Sky Blue Sky showed up for Positive Legacy and the local community. Both Day of Service sessions sold out and together, with the support of our presenting sponsor Mike's Amazing, we packaged over three hundred up-cycled food bags to bolster the pantries of our neighbors in need. We learned that while Neal Francis wasn’t the horse to back in the Poolside Derby, he sure can dance! We also learned that Wilco fans are crafty folks as we had a great turnout for our craft activity where we made Japanese-style Tawashi sponges from recycled t-shirts. And finally, we learned about the generosity of the Wilco family as the online and live auctions raised over $11,000 for our future and ongoing environmental and humanitarian projects. Huge thanks to everyone for their continued support of Positive Legacy and our vision to become One World United Through Music.


In 2020, Positive Legacy traveled to Mexico for the inaugural Wilco's Sky Blue Sky. In just four event days, Positive Legacy was able to raise upwards of $40,000 for humanitarian and environmental projects!


Funds raised at Sky Blue Sky have supported:

  • Xcacel Sea Turtle Sanctuary to protect sea turtle nesting grounds


At the first Day of Service at the Xcacel Sea Turtle Sanctuary, 80 Wilco fans and locals joined us for a day of improving the park and cleaning the beach. The morning concluded with an intimate solo set from Jeff Tweedy, lunch featuring local cuisine and a swim in the pristine ocean. Thank you to everyone who participated in our first Wilco's Sky Blue Sky Day of Service!


We also appreciate everyone who donated to the charity auction and the supply drive, donated to offset their carbon footprint, competed in the golf tournament, gambled in poolside casino and took a chance on BINGO!

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Jeff Tweedy
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