Buy a Holiday Sweater, Help a Great Cause


To kick-off the the holiday season, Musicians On Call (MOC) will launch its first-ever Deck the Halls Campaign. The campaign will include limited edition holiday sweaters personally designed by Florida Georgia Line, DNCE, Sara Evans, Sam Hunt, Trey Songz, Band of Merrymakers and more.

In celebration of MOC reaching the milestone of performing for half a million patients, families and caregivers, a special sweater will also be designed by patients who have had the pleasure of getting to experience MOC’s Bedside Performance Program, where volunteer musicians deck the halls of hospitals with music. Proceeds from the sale of the sweaters will help MOC to continue to deliver the healing power of music to patients across the country.

“Music is incredibly powerful. I am so pleased to support Musicians On Call and the great work they do healing the sick through the power of music,” said No. 1 artist Ellie Goulding.

Fans can purchase the sweaters, which are being made by CapThat, at

In addition to the sweaters, MOC is also launching a holiday gift auction for its Deck the Halls Campaign featuring signed guitars and memorabilia. The auction, in partnership with eBay, will run now  through December 8th and will include VIP experiences and memorabilia from over twenty-five artists including some of the biggest names in music like Kelly Clarkson, Ed Sheeran, Lin Manuel Miranda, Nick Jonas, the Weeknd, Reba McEntire and many more. Ticket packages for many of iHeartRadio’s sold-out Jingle Ball shows are also up for auction. Bids start at $99 and fans can place their bids by going to

“This holiday season we have so much to be thankful for and at Musicians On Call, we are most grateful for our incredible volunteers and supporters, and the patients we have the privilege of performing for, ” said Pete Griffin, Musicians On Call President. “With the funds raised from our Deck the Halls Campaign, we can bring more bedside performances to patients during the holidays and throughout the year.”