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LOVE CONNECTS MAYFLOWER, STREET CHAPLAINCY

Carol Randall of Mayflower Chorus, Street Chaplaincy Executive Director Nick Morris and Bob Healy of Mayflower Chorus (from left). - Photo by John Morris

  Two Marin nonprofits connected when Mayflower Chorus sang at Street Chaplaincy’s holiday dinner last year.  This spring, chorus members came together and donated more than $500 to Street Chaplaincy’s programs supporting the practical and spiritual needs of the unsheltered and temporarily sheltered in Marin County.

   “Each season, the chorus adopts a theme — this season is ‘Love,’” said Carol Randall of Mayflower Chorus.  “So when we met the Street Chaplaincy team in December and they invited us to sing at an upcoming event, we decided to make them the beneficiary of our spring fundraiser because their important work in the community fits perfectly with this season’s theme.”

   The Mayflower Chorus works to enrich our community’s quality of life with performances including pro-bono musical programs for the underserved as well as a scholarship program. For more information, visit mayflowerchorus.org.

   The Marin Interfaith Homeless Chaplaincy brings spiritual care to the unsheltered and temporarily sheltered in Marin County and builds community between homeless and non-homeless faith communities and other organizations. For more information, visit streetchaplaincy.org.

1 Comment on "LOVE CONNECTS MAYFLOWER, STREET CHAPLAINCY"

  1. The Street Chaplaincy does wonderful work defining the true nature of community. They deserve our praise and our support in helping those in need. May we all be so fortunate to have folks come to our aid when we are fragile.

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