An Evening Fundraiser Full of Song

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Over 50 community members gathered for a Messiah Sing at All Saints Parish in Brookline on Friday, December 9th and raised over $2,000 to help end hunger in Massachusetts.

After a two year hiatus, All Saints Parish brought back their Messiah Sing for its 14th year. Set in a beautiful church built in 1926, church and community members came together to hear a performance featuring an orchestra, soloists, and a full choir. Scores were available with a $10+ donation to Project Bread and Music for Food to follow along with George Frideridich Handel’s classic work.

The evening was conducted by Anne Watson Born, and soloists included:

  • Kira Kaplan, Soprano

  • Emerald Barbour, Mezzo-soprano

  • Honor McClellan, Soprano

  • Nicholas Saxton, Tenor

  • Philippe L’Esperance, Tenor

  • Kevin Harris, Bass

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Project Bread Staff, Rachel, Kellie, Raina and Ashley pictured at the Messiah Sing Event.

Prior to kicking off the evening, Project Bread Senior Development Manager Kellie Vehlies Beretta shared a few words on behalf of the organization, and by the end of the night, patrons had raised over $2000 through donations from the community.

We are proud to be able to support community efforts to end food insecurity, and we will continue to advocate for long-term, scalable solutions to ending hunger at the state and federal levels.

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