Save The Date -- The Healing Power of Music Benefit Concert May 4, 2014 at the Maryland State Boychoir (MSB) Center for the Arts in Baltimore.

The Maryland State Boychoirfounded in 1987, serves as “Official Goodwill Ambassadors” of the state, performing throughout Maryland, nationally and internationally.  The Boychoir is dedicated to providing all talented boys, regardless of religion, race or socio-economic background, a diverse and holistic musical education in the tradition of the Great European choir schools.  Boys are given the opportunity to perform professionally and grow socially.

Boys in the choir receive musical training, develop friendships with boys from varied backgrounds, and build self-esteem and self-discipline through hard work and dedication.  Performing is the heart and soul of The Maryland State Boychoir. The choir performs 80 times each year throughout Maryland and the United States

 Please support the wonderful work of the Maryland State Boychoir.


The Prevention and Research Center at Mercy Medical Center offers the Cancer Recovery Program, a unique set of wellness initiatives for cancer patients, their children and caregivers.  Our participants have called these programs "life-transforming," "outstanding," "a gift." These programs are offered at no cost to all cancer patients and their families, regardless of where they have been treated.

Be Well Stay Healthy ™
and Be Well Stay Healthy KIDS!  
programs provide cancer patients, their children and teens with support
and tools they need to cope with stress and make positive changes.

Monthly support groups are also available for those at high risk of cancer, those with advanced cancer and a newly formed group for women with ductal carcinoma in-situ. 
 

 Your help is needed to continue and expand these support programs and to incorporate music therapy into our offerings.



To get more involved or learn about becoming a sponsor click here.

 

Contact Info

E-mail: prc@mdmercy.com
Phone: (410) 951-7950

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