Online Charity Auction, organized by actor Morgan Freeman, proceeds will go to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. Items for auction include passes to the premiere and after-party of Freeman's film "An Unfinished Life" Runs through Sept. 16 at CharityFolks.com.
"Shelter From The Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast," will be simultaneously broadcast on ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, The WB, UPN, PAX, and other broadcast and cable networks. It can also be seen on several websites, including Real.com and ABC.com. Among the celebrities scheduled to participate are Jennifer Aniston, Cameron Diaz, Ellen DeGeneres, Jack Nicholson, Chris Rock, Ray Romano, and Sela Ward. Friday, Sept. 9, 8 pm ET.
BET Benefit Telethon, featuring Stevie Wonder, Jay-Z, Juvenile, Sean "Diddy" Combs, Master P, and others. Friday, Sept. 9, 7:30 pm ET on BET.
MTV Networks Benefit Concert, featuring Ludacris, Green Day, Gretchen Wilson, Usher, Alicia Keys, John Mellencamp, Rob Thomas and the Dave Matthews Band. The concert will take place in New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Nashville, and proceeds will go to the American Red Cross. Saturday, Sept. 10, on MTV, VH1 and CMT and on MTV's broadband networks.
The Dave Matthews Band will add a benefit concert to its three-day stint at Denver's Red Rocks. Monday, Sept. 12.
"Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Concert," produced by Jazz at Lincoln Center, will feature Wynton Marsalis and other celebrities. Saturday, Sept. 17, broadcast on XM Satellite Radio, Channel 70-The Real Jazz
Clothes Off Our Backs, an annual Emmy Auction hosted by actors Jane Kaczmarek and Bradley
Whitford, will donate a portion of its proceeds to the American
Red Cross hurricane relief effort. Celebrities who have
put their Emmy-ware up for grabs include Jennifer
Garner, Sharon Stone, and Ray Romano. Begins immediately after the Primetime Emmy Awards show, Sunday, Sept. 18, on www.clothesoffourback.org.
"Country Reaches Out: An Opry Benefit for the American Red Cross," featuring Alan Jackson, Alison Krauss, Craig Morgan, and Billy Currington, broadcast from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville. Tuesday, Sept. 27., 9 pm, Great American Country (GAC) Network, and simulcast on the DIY Network and Fine Living channels on television, WSM-AM, Sirius Satellite Radio and www.opry.com.