Kim Sledge is a leading vocalist, novelist, songwriter, producer and minister, and member of the world renowned recording group Sister Sledge.
She was asked by a close family friend from Chicago, Lou Weisbach, to re-record We Are Family to bring the “world family” together in it’s fight against COVID-19.
The Sledge family have performed all over the world to bring unity, joy, light and hope to all age groups from 6 to 96. Their performance and mantra of We Are Family has won the hearts of all cultures, nations and peoples from Tokyo to *the Congo.
With the Washington Post and the Chicago Sun-Times in their own words stating that Sister Sledge is a group that only legends are made of, The Sledge Sisters continue to shine ever so brightly even today.
In a mission to use the power of music to create Unity and Solidarity, Kim has also produced a new song called Unity Strong Come Together with Family Sledge. It represents a special light of hope from the Sledge family which continues to shine ever so brightly even today.
Natasha Mudhar is a business strategist, communicator, angel investor and philanthropist for purpose driven ventures. She is renowned for being at the intersection point of convening governments, private sector, media, celebrities, thought-leaders, changemakers, and not for profits, to bring visions to life and create pragmatic solutions to address major global issues.
Natasha is also a campaigner for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which she launched as part of the Global Goals campaign in India to 1.3bn people in 2015, in an effort to end global poverty, reduce inequalities and tackle climate change by 2030. She Founded WWW The World We Want, a global impact enterprise launched to unlock the collective strength of people, ideas, networks and technologies to accelerate the pace of progress towards achieving the SDGs.
She is credited for her work in popular culture projects for social good, whether this be to spearhead the global communications campaign to launch the worlds first feature film on menstruation PAD MAN to steering the launch campaign for the viral hit #WhatIReallyReallyWant, the remake of the Spice Girl ultimate girl power video which was viewed by over 150 million people.


Lou Weisbach is a Chicago based serial entrepreneur with a focus on entertainment, marketing and social impact ventures. He is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of MerchTime LLC, a marketing services and promotional products start-up.
Building on his years of experience, Lou is working on a new model that will revolutionize the promotional products industry globally. His marketing and promotional expertise stems from his time as Founder and Chief Executive Officer of HA-LO Advertising Specialties, which became the world’s largest promotional products company, touching revenues that were close to $770 million. With a passion for sports development, he was Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Stadium Capital Financing Group (SCFG), a majority-owned entity of Morgan Stanley Principal Investments which created a new form of finance for professional sports teams and university athletic departments without debt.
A crusader for cures, he originated the concept of The American Center for Cures in 2000, seeking to create a new pathway towards curing diseases utilizing a focused, accountable, mission based globally integrated approach. He was the President of Jefferson Trust for the Democratic Party and past Chairman of the Giving Back Fund, an organization that managed foundations for athletes and entertainers. Lou recently held a senior role at Cancer Treatment Centers of America. He is currently spearheading a major entertainment initiative, “The Lost Lands of Oz”, that includes television programming, motion pictures, musical theatre and theme parks. He was named “Man of the Year” by Counselor Magazine and has been on several corporate and charity boards.