Joe Bonsall Does His Part To Raise Funds For Tornado Relief Effort
Joe Bonsall, longtime member of the Oak Ridge Boys, is now doing his part to raise funds for the tornado relief effort.
Specifically, Bonsall — who is also a published author — is donating 100 percent of his royalties from the sale of his latest book, “From My Perspective,” to the recovery of the Taneyhills Community Library in Branson, which was damaged during the Leap Day twister.
According to a press release from Bonsall’s publisher, Sheaf House, the funds will be donated from sales made March 5-April 5. During that period, Sheaf House will also contribute an additional $3.50 per copy sold, for a combined total of $6.54 going to the library for every sale.
The catch is that the books need to be purchased directly from Sheaf House to count. Hardcover copies of “From My Perspective” retail for $18.99 each.
“When my book publishers contacted me with a desire to do something for Branson in the wake of these awful storms, I was moved and touched by their generosity,” Bonsall said in the release.