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Gerard, an events promoter and coordinator, promises to stage a concert for the benefit of Kids Care, a charitable organization dedicated to helping disadvantaged youth. In reliance on the
anticipated receipts, Kids Care contracts for the construction of a residence for homeless teens. After the concert, Gerard tells Kids Care that he has decided not to donate the receipts to the organization. Is Gerard's promise enforceable despite the lack of consideration? Explain.
yes, Gerard's promise was enforceable. Kids care can force Gerard to give then the benefits to them because he promised to give it to the charitable institution. the people who watched the concert are because of the charitable institution.
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