The Red Hot Organization
Red Hot is a not for profit production company that has produced 16 albums and dedicated more than 10 million dollars to worthy organizations, causes and pro-social projects around the world. Its mission is to raise awareness and money to fight AIDS/HIV and related health and social issues.
More of a creative production company than a traditional charitable organization, Red Hot keeps its overhead to a minimum, focusing on making innovative projects that target hard-to-reach audiences by using popular culture and artful propaganda. Revenues from these projects are given to traditional charities, often in collaboration with the artists who have contributed their music or art. The organization's most recent album, Dark Was The Night (featuring 2011 Grammy winner for best album, Arcade Fire, The National, Feist, Grizzly Bear and Bon Iver among others) raised over $1 million dollars for their cause.