DULUTH, Minn. -

Circle of Hope partnered with Rage N Country to put on a country concert to benefit Stage 4 breast cancer research at the University of Minnesota Duluth Medical School.

Combined with last year, Circle of Hope has raised a little more than $15,000. The organization also works to provide financial help to people battling breast cancer. The event included music and food with all proceeds going to the cause.

"In our county alone, at least 29 women die of stage 4 breast cancer a year," said Peggy Anderson, Coordinator at Circle of Hope.

Though October is Breast Cancer awareness month, Circle of Hope works year round to help fight breast cancer.