Protect A Hero: A Benefit Concert for The Afya Foundation on BABY TV
BABY TV Presents


Del Water Gap, Claud, Ale De Campo, Poppies, charlotte rose benjamine

All Ages
BABY TV Presents - Protect A Hero: A Benefit Concert for The Afya Foundation

“Protect A Hero” is a benefit concert for The Afya Foundation, a medical supply recovery organization that is currently providing personal protection equipment (PPE) to healthcare workers at over 100 healthcare facilities in the New York area.

Afya has been responding to crises around the world for over eleven years. We deliver necessary medical equipment and supplies to those experiencing natural disasters, conflict, and other disruptions to healthcare systems. This time, the crisis is in our backyard as COVID-19 continues its assault on our community and those who protect us.

Since the onset of the crisis, we have delivered over 100,000 masks and 20,000 pounds of PPE and medical material to healthcare workers at underserved and vulnerable healthcare facilities, including over 15 federally qualified health centers and 40 community agencies. With audience support, we hope to expand our impact.

Money raised from this event will go directly to protecting healthcare workers across the state of New York. Although tickets are $5, there is an opportunity to donate more. With $25, Afya can supply a frontline healthcare worker with the equipment they need: masks, gloves, and gowns.

We hope you join us on Saturday, May 23 as we raise funds to protect New York’s healthcare workers and celebrate Brooklyn's rich community of artists and musicians!


ABIR: Hailed as one of the most promising young singers, ABIR has the vocal skills and style to make you reimagine what a young Arab woman looks and sounds like. Born in Morocco and now based in NYC, ABIR signed to Atlantic Records and immediately went gold with her breakout single “Finest Hour.” On her upcoming sophomore EP, ABIR embraces her heritage and brings a Moroccan flair to her pop music.

@abir | Listen | Watch


Del Water Gap: Del Water Gap is the solo project of songwriter S. Holden Jaffe. Jaffe currently resides in Brooklyn, New York and is inspired by “romantic encounters and dimly lit rooms."

@delwatergap | Listen | Watch


Claud: Claud (fka Toast) is the solo project of Claud Mintz. Standing at 5 feet tall with turquoise hair (hair color subject to change), Claud enjoys late night snacks and going to the movies with their friends. In 2018 they released their debut EP inspired by dorm room mac n cheese, dreamy synths and a janky microphone. In the last few months you may have caught Claud on tour with The Neighbourhood, girl in red, Bleachers, or girlpool. You may have also caught them bopping around the streets of New York, usually with a warm beverage in hand.

@claud | Listen | Watch


Ale Campo: Ále Campos is an artist, event producer and performer living in Hudson, NY. Ále uses elements of drag, sculpture / installation and video to dissect the performance of identity and harness the tensions between reality and the fabricated world of fantasy. Their work has seamlessly woven itself and shape-shifted through bars/clubs and galleries in NYC and Hudson. In drag, they perform under the name “Celeste” - a sultry, emotional and raging alter-ego

@a__l_e | Watch

This drag performance was shot by Tomm Roeschlein.


May Rio from Poppies: May Rio is a member of NYC-based Poppies. She is currently working on her first solo project.

@grumpensocken & @poppies_nyc | Listen | Watch


Charlotte Rose Benjamin: Charlotte Rose Benjamin is a pink eyeshadow wearing New York City girl who writes songs about not having all the answers. The title track from her debut EP, ’Party City’ is "an ode to the beloved party supplies store of the same name.” Party City made Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist and was named Clash magazine’s “Song of The Week.”

@charlotterosebenjamin | Listen | Watch


Graphics by Brooklyn-based artists River Jensen. Explore her work here.

To learn more about the Afya Foundation, please visit our website, where you can sign up for our newsletter, learn more about our Protect A Hero campaign, and find updates on our national and global impact.

Interested in creating a fundraiser for The Afya Foundation? Email



Venue Information:
Baby's All Right
146 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY, 11211