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MAKING AN IMPACT VOICES FROM OUR GROWING VOLUNTEER ROSTER

On a recent Wednesday night, 35 musicians, artists, actors, and dancers gathered in our colorful Midtown office. The occasion? National Volunteer Week, the perfect opportunity to celebrate the generous Volunteer Artists at the heart of Sing for Hope ™s programming. Limited as we were to our modestly-sized office, we couldn ™t invite all of the 3,000+ artists who have volunteered with Sing for Hope over the past ten years – so we brought together the most senior members of our current roster with the very newest, those who had their first volunteer experience in 2015. As I watched our veteran volunteers share anecdotes with enthusiastic newcomers, we reflected on just how much our volunteer force has grown and diversified over the past few years.

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BEYOND TEST SCORES WHY THE ARTS ARE ESSENTIAL FOR OUR KIDS

The word is out: when it comes to equipping young people for success, creative expression matters. Arts education may once have been dismissed as extra-curricular and frivolous–but experts now see it as a potent tool to foster broader academic achievement. Arts programming, research now demonstrates, boosts standardized test scores

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HEALING ARTS A LASTING IMPACT

Reflections by Healing Arts Director Rachel Benichak Guiding the course of Sing for Hope’s Healing Arts programs allows me the rare opportunity to witness very intimately the

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Sing for Hope at Broadway Flea Market 2018

Sing for Hope proudly held our first booth at the annual Broadway Flea Market this fall, in the form of the ultra-popular Playbill Sing for Hope Piano. While the day also raises crucial support for Broadway Cares’ expansive work,

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LEGION OF PEACE

GRAMMY ® NOMINEE LORI HENRIQUES TO RELEASE LEGION OF PEACE: SONGS INSPIRED BY NOBEL LAUREATES A NEW CHILDREN’S ALBUM featuring JOEY ALEXANDER on piano with spoken

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