Prudential Center donates $25K to Marc Anthony’s Maestro Cares Foundation

Since 2007, Prudential Center has donated over $400,000 to Maestro 

American singer and songwriter Marc Anthony performed in front of a sold-out crowd at Prudential Center as part of his Historia Tour this past weekend.

One of Prudential Center’s most popular artists, with the venue a must-play stop on his tours, Saturday’s performance was Anthony’s 10th at the Pru Center on Valentine’s weekend, playing and singing to overjoyed crowds at “the Rock.” Anthony’s first performance at Prudential Center dates back to Feb. 14, 2014.

Prior to the performance, Prudential Center executives Sean Saadeh, executive vice president, entertainment, and Matt Saril, director, entertainment marketing, presented Anthony with a check for $25,000 to his Maestro Cares Foundation. Since 2014, Prudential Center has donated over $400,000 to the Maestro Cares Foundation.

Maestro Cares Foundation improves the quality of life of disadvantaged children and communities in Latin America and the U.S. The foundation does so by providing housing, educational programming and the essential resources to support their growth and development. Through their efforts, they are strengthening communities and helping children become tomorrow’s leaders.

The donation continues Prudential Center’s community-focused commitment to the social programs that are important to the acts and artists that regularly play the world-class venue.