Making Books Sing Announces Hurricane Relief Plans

Making Books Sing Announces Hurricane Relief Plans

Making Books Sing, the critically-acclaimed theater and arts education nonprofit, prepares for a new year by giving back to the New York City communities that have supported the 12 year organization. Starting this month, Making Books Sing will rotate it's small, self-contained staff as volunteers, one day a week, at various Hurricane Sandy relief sites around the city.

In addition to serving individuals and families affected by the October 29 storm, the organization's education department will provide New York City community centers and/or shelters with families heavily affected by the Hurricane with free and/or low cost arts education based programs.

Hurricane Sandy's unwelcomed visit postponed Making Books Sing's Fall 2012 musical, Louis Armstrong: Jazz Ambassador, at Theater 3 this past November. However, the hour-long musical received rave reviews and great audiences - a triumph against the turmoil in the City.

To speak with Executive Director Andrew Frank about how nonprofits can support City residents post-Hurricane Sandy or about the free/low-cost programming for community centers/shelters, please contact Kimberly Wilson at (646) 721-4375 or

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