Lyte makes it easy for fans to return and receive tickets to sold out events. In an industry where a “no refunds and no cancellations” policy is the standard, Lyte allows fans to return their event tickets -- no questions asked -- to the official point of purchase. Lyte also provides a safe, official reservation booking system, offering fans a fair price for in-demand tickets.

building upon this community of trust, Lyte has announced an evolution of the platform which will help nonprofit organizations reach their fundraising goals through direct fan engagement. fans who use the Lyte fan-to-fan exchange to return tickets to a live event will have the option of donating a portion of their refund to social impact organizations.

level is supporting Lyte in executing this new vision, project managing all aspects from conception to completion. level has provided advising on the user experience and back end structure, as well as liaised with festivals and non-profit organizations on behalf of Lyte.


level consults with HeadCount on campaigns, and together, we broke new ground by taking three national non-profit organizations on the road with funk band Lettuce for their winter and fall tours. HeadCount, which registers voters and promotes democratic participation, organized all the non-profit activity in partnership with level.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Why?Hunger and HeadCount have on-site activations and volunteers at each concert, presenting action opportunities for fans. those who complete these actions are entered to win a prize or poster signed by the band each night.

in partnership with level and HeadCount, Lettuce is now bringing an interactive, pro-social experience to premier clubs and theatres across the country, a first for a nationally touring group. we are actively recruiting artists to join us in creating similar activations for their tours in 2020.

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since its inception in Colorado in 2013, the 3-day, multi-resort winter festival has become synonymous with a fanatically-driven community who is committed to the lifestyle: best-in-class bluegrass, local and regional craft beer and the unparalleled ski and mountain culture.

WinterWonderGrass is committed to aligning with each local community, the artists and partners who share the focused commitment to sustainability, and philanthropic endeavors. the festival is proud to have made over $100K in contributions to local environmental groups, youth education programs, as well as local and global humanitarian causes. what’s more is that WinterWonderGrass can confidently say that at each festival location, it is diverting between 80-90% of garbage through a partnership with Waste-Free Earth out of Burlington, VT.

level joined forces with WinterWonderGrass in 2019 to support them in telling their story, streamline their external facing communications, connect with external media, and amplify their engagement with non-profit organizations.


our CEO hilary has been traveling biannually to uganda with this program since 2008, and has watched it grow sustainably, thanks to the research and residency program.

through level, we are now able to partner with DGNN to increase their brand exposure and fundraising efforts. we are proud to support their goal of having 20 neurosurgeons operating across uganda with modern equipment by 2022.


level is campaigning for playing for change, and bringing in support for the playing for change foundation which provides free music education, as well as supplemental primary education and life enhancement services to children in underserved communities around the world.

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since the start of 2017, level has raised more than $10,000 with the mischief collective, benefitting organizations including the aclu, natural capitalism solutions, planned parenthood, girls who code, and malala fund. we have built out a comprehensive, long-term strategy to ensure philanthropy is at the forefront of all the mischief collective's endeavors, and launched an ongoing partnership with stand for trees.

the mischief collective is also a production partner of level, having pulled off some incredible events together including the colorado carbon fundraiser and an ACLUstic brunch.


the payback is an initiative focused on combating youth homelessness through the transformative power of music. by partnering with artists, musicians and other nonprofits to raise funds for impactful organizations, we can make a real difference in the lives of homeless families. the payback is spearheaded by eddie roberts of the new mastersounds. we are partnering with urban peak to support the services they provide for youth experiencing homelessness in denver.

we have not made an impact until we’ve made a change.