MAP Performing Artist: In Winds Music

CurePack Artists - Give Life Saving Medicine Each Month

Could you imagine the pain of a mother who has no medicine for her sick child; or the medical care giver who does not have the sutures or other health supplies to do what is right by their patients?

Performing artists like In Winds Music have joined with MAP International to bring hope for families in need by encouraging music lovers everywhere to get involved and make a difference.

When you give monthly to those in need, you provide people with medicine to change—or save—lives.

Your regular gift allows MAP to send the medicines and health supplies most needed, like antibiotics, oral rehydration solutions, wound care dressings, surgical supplies, and more.

Sharing The Gift Of Music To Bring Healing

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"In Winds" is the solo project of singer-songwriter Daniel Amaro.

Amaro is native to Detroit, MI but relocated to Columbus, OH late 2018 where he filled in as a last minute acoustic act for BravoArtist. It was that night he found encouragement to establish himself as a solo artist and thus “In Winds” was born.

Taking influence from Dallas Green’s music project City and Color, Amaro seeks to create meaningful acoustic content while staying true to his roots of modern alternative /pop-punk songwriting.

The focus of "In Winds" is to inspire "light shines through darkness" and through lyricism that even in dark times, you are not alone.

Recently, In Winds and Amaro became part of the MAP CurePack Program, in which performers help spread the word about MAP’s medicine to the audience.

Thank you for joining In Winds in helping to change lives and bring hope for those in need. 

If you have any questions about your monthly support of MAP International's mission, please call Lauren at 470-275-6049.

Thank you for your compassion and support on behalf of the 14 million people we serve. 


Upcoming Performances

Why We Support MAP International

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As a Christian who developed juvenile Type 1 diabetes at eleven years old, I've depended on insulin for sixteen years.  For a period of time, I didn't have health insurance and the cost of needed supplies to stay alive was approximately $1,500+ per month.

When I heard about MAP and how they help people who don't have the means or access to receive medicine, I immediately wanted to be a part of the cause.  

I believe God gifted me the ability to make a difference in this world through my music and with MAP International I have the ability to make a difference directly as an artist.