October 16, 2012
Sing for Hope is a wonderful organization that organizes volunteer artists (musicians, dancers, actors, etc.) to present (and sometimes teach) their art form in underserved schools, hospitals, assisted living facilities and other such venues. They also organized two years of Pop up Pianos on the streets of NYC with the aim of making music available to everyone. The pianos were then donated to organizations that could use them for their communities. Sing for Hope exudes enthusiasm, artistry, and (yes) hope! They certainly deserve recognition, and our thanks for making the world a brighter place to be for those whom they serve.
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January 27, 2011
I have attended the concert given by Sing for Hope in Houston, Texas, every year for the past 15 years, to raise funds for organizations working with people who have HIV/AIDS organizations. The concert is fabulous, with eight or nine young opera singers who donate their time; many of them return year after year, and together they have build a community of supports who also return year after year. This is a great example of art and artists making a huge difference in people's lives. The entire city of Houston benefits from Sing for Hope's efforts to make a better world.
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I can think of no changes; the concerts are wonderful just the way they are.
MY ROLE:General Member of the Public & I attend the concerts and donate money.