CONGRESSIONAL CITATION FOR SING FOR HOPE

The Sing for Hope team is thrilled to receive a Congressional Citation from Congressman Jerrold Nadler in honor of the third annual launch of our Sing for Hope Pianos and our year-round arts outreach programs.

The citation was presented to Co-Founding Directors Monica Yunus and Camille Zamora and Board Chair Eva Haller at the Sing for Hope Pianos Studio by Congressional Staffer Matthew Drury. For the complete Congressional Citation, CLICK HERE.

In Congressman Nadler™s words: ˜The Sing for Hope Pianos™ are a striking embodiment of the role the arts play in our lives, and remind us that everyone should have access to treasured cultural resources Mr. Speaker, I ask my colleagues to join me in thanking and congratulating Sing for Hope on this year™s Sing for Hope Pianos™ project, as well as their ongoing dedication to volunteer service and community engagement, through encouraging greater access to the arts.

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