Sing for Hope Volunteer Artist Marissa Pontecorvo at one of Sing for Hope ™s partner sites and 2013 Piano recipient, Mott Haven Academy.

We are overjoyed with the success of 2013 ™s Sing for Hope Pianos installation, and we are especially proud that these pianos have found renewed life after their donation to deserving organizations throughout the five boroughs. Thanks to the strength of our community partnerships and the generosity of our Volunteer Artists, these beautiful pianos are now serving as centerpieces of music, art, and hope for thousands of New Yorkers year-round.

While we look forward to bringing the pianos back to the streets of NYC in future summers, we are excited to spend 2014 focusing on our work with our partner organizations, providing ongoing arts outreach programs to the people who need them the most. Whether through a concert for hospitalized military veterans, a vocal master class with under-served youth, or an interactive painting program with seniors, we remain committed to enriching the long-lasting impact of the Sing for Hope Pianos and the year-round gift they provide the people of our amazing city.

If you™d like to help bring the Sing for Hope Pianos back to the parks and public spaces of NYC in 2015, please visit WWW.SINGFORHOPE.ORG/SUPPORT. Thank you for your support of Sing for Hope and your belief in the importance of making the arts accessible to all!

Monica Yunus and Camille Zamora
Sing for Hope Co-Executive Directors

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