We'll walk our socks off..

to knock your socks off, as we join over 200 musicians for Boston's Walk for Music & Arts, Sunday, May 15, 2016. DONATE NOW to support our Walk team!

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We're up to something!

Our program offers a meaningful creative endeavor in which 70 retired people give 50 concerts a year in the MetroWest Boston community.

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CNN Feature

How do older adults (like us!) stay healthy? By engaging in live music!

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Multi-generational music-making

From a teacher: "Our collaboration was a truly wonderful experience... many parents commented on the gift you gave to our young singers - the inspiration to sing throughout their years!"

Our take on Giving Tuesday

The Children's Way preschoolers helped us collect almost 4,500 diapers for The Diaper Project at A Place to Turn. We look forward to their visits to our rehearsals, when we sing for each other!

We Sing and Dance to Lift Spirits and Promote Good Health

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NOW "IN TRAINING" FOR THE WALK FOR MUSIC: It's time for this annual FUNraiser, when our team joins over 100 Boston-area musical groups in a walk-a-thon to raise needed funding. Business sponsors receive promotional opportunities (team t-shirts, website, print material) and of course, our gratitude. ANYONE can join our team with a tax-deductible donation of any amount. DETAILS HERE!

NEW GRANTS! We're thrilled and grateful to receive new support for our program from the Foundation for MetroWest, the Lauren Dunne Astley Memorial Fund, Bose Corporation, and the Framingham Union Aid Association. We are honored to find ourselves in the company of many worthy regional organizations.

OUR TAKE ON GIVING TUESDAY: The Tuesday after Thanksgiving was widely promoted to non-profits as the day to ask for donations. Instead, we were inspired to do some giving. With our neighborhood preschooler singing buddies, we built a mountain of almost 4,500 diapers for financially stressed families in MetroWest Boston, setting a new record at A Place To Turn. It was so successful and fun, it seems we've started a tradition!