VetsAid is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization started by rock legend Joe Walsh to raise and disperse sorely needed funds to veterans groups across the country that are serving the men and women who served our country with the dignity, compassion and honor they deserve.


    The Simms/Mann-UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology is recognized nationally as a model for providing integrative patient care for individuals and families touched by cancer. In a beautiful environment that facilitates calmness and tranquility, the Center offers support groups, counseling, and guidance to patients in optimizing their wellness while undergoing the challenges that cancer can bring. As part of the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Simms/Mann Center provides patients with a place of emotional and psychological healing that augments and balances their other treatment regimens. Best of all, many of the Center’s services and programs are offered free of charge thanks to Joe and other generous supporters.

    Throughout Joe’s current tour, special VIP tickets/Meet & Greet packages are available via Charity Buzz with proceeds supporting the Center’s mission to help and heal patients facing cancer. Please consider bidding on one of these opportunities to meet Joe and make it possible for more cancer patients to walk through the welcoming doors of the Simms/Mann Center.


    Facing Addiction is a national non-profit organization that gives those affected by alcohol and other drug addiction a new kind of support network, while changing public attitudes about addiction and strengthening public health responses to one of our country’s most urgent health and human rights crises.

    Joe Walsh helped launch Facing Addiction on October 4th, 2015 in Washington, D.C. by leading the charge for the historic UNITE to Face Addiction event, the first-ever national rally and concert for addiction and recovery awareness on the National Mall. He serves as the Chair of the Entertainment Advisory Board.


    The Santa Cruz Island Foundation is a non-profit public benefit corporation established in 1985 by the late Carey Stanton to collect, maintain, and catalog items of real and personal property or interests regarding Santa Cruz Island and the other seven California Channel Islands, unique island environments off the coast of Southern California.

    Joe has a deep passion for the preservation of California's eight Channel Islands, which he developed in the mid-1970s through his friendship with Carey Stanton. Joe's specific focus is the Santa Cruz Island Foundation, and he serves as Chairman of the Board. Joe is currently leading a capital campaign to build a permanent mainland home for the Foundation ~ the Channel Islands Center ~ open to the public in Ventura California. As Joe says, "It's one of my main things."