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We just closed our second full year of operation at the Mado’s Gift Foundation and I’m happy to report that we received an overwhelming number of smiles from the children! With a little over $25,000 raised last year, I can definitely say that it was a successful year.
In the last year, we’ve helped more than 30 children and were very active in the school system with various art-related projects and fundraising efforts.
Aside from helping a lot of families that has a child living with cancer, we were able to buy disability sports equipment for three local schools, special swings for children in wheelchairs and also recently helped a little guy buy new hearing aids. We sometimes take life for granted. This child lost his hearing when he was two and now that he’s ten, he needs new machines that cost around $10K each. That’s a lot of money. We are happy that we could also contribute to other projects that helped this family too.
I have some exciting news to share. As the success of “Matt LeBlanc FUSION” expanded from a relatively simple evening to what it is today, so did my vision of what it could be. This is when I’ve decided to create “Les Productions FUSION Productions”.
I wanted no boundaries, just like I won’t restrict myself to painting only on canvas. Every year, I’ve been adding new components to make the shows better and stronger so creating a new single entity just for the shows was the next big step in my master plan.
An important step in the branding process of the newly formed entity was to keep the equity developed around the FUSION name but to take out the artist (aka me) out of the equation. The reason is simple. The show needs to stand on its own. The show needs its own branding.
Obviously I’m still the artist behind the production but moving forward, this gives me more flexibility. The show is at a place now where people WANT to go see a FUSION production. It’s no longer about attending the show to support the artist, which was the concept for the first two years. This is the idea behind Les productions FUSION productions.
It’s an exciting time for FUSION right now. My vision for the future is BIG and BOLD just like our productions. With shows planned in multiple cities in upcoming years, my vision is unfolding before my eyes. It’s such a great feeling. It came with a ton of work, but so far it’s been an amazing ride.