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Maysa to perform at The Children's Home's fundraiser: Oct. 25

The Children’s Home will present FACES 2013, a gala fundraiser featuring world-renowned smooth jazz artist, Maysa, Friday, Oct. 25, from 7 to 11 p.m., at the American Visionary Art Museum-Jim Rouse Visionary Center, 800 Key Highway, in downtown Baltimore.

This year’s event theme is “FACES of Change, Innovation & Talents.”
The Children's Home
Singer, songwriter, and 2009 Soul Train Award winner Maysa to perform at fundraiser as The Children's Home celebrates 150 years of caring for abused, neglected, and at-risk children
The Children's Home

The Children’s Home is one of Maryland’s premier providers of short- and long-term residential treatment care for Md. youth, ages 13–21, who are victims of abuse, neglect, abandonment or family crisis and may be in need of structured and supervised care.

Up to 400 guests in cocktail attire are expected to gather for a gourmet dinner from Simply Elegant, fine wine, and a special performance by singer, songwriter, and 2009 Soul Train Award winner Maysa.

Live dance music will be performed by the band, Soul Centered.

There’ll also be an interactive art activity, and, live and silent auctions featuring artwork created by the at-risk children and youth living at The Children’s Home, along with other great items.

This year’s event theme is “FACES of Change, Innovation & Talents.”

Residents in The Children’s Home’s care respond positively to art as an innovative approach to rebuilding their lives. FACES will showcase their courage for positive change, along with their innate artistic talent.

To purchase tickets or to receive sponsorship or volunteer information, call 410-744-7310 or visit The Children’s Home website.

Proceeds from FACES 2013 will support The Children’s Home’s $4.5 million Fulfilling Our Promise campaign to upgrade facilities and expand campus buildings constructed nearly 100 years ago.

The Children’s Home non-profit was established in 1863 as an orphanage for children abandoned due to the Civil War. The organization is celebrating its 150-year legacy of caring for Maryland’s at-risk children and youth both inside and outside the family structure. Its programs and services have continued to evolve to meet the needs of the community.

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