Singer/Songwriter Mark Preston Launches "Preston and Friends Holiday Benefit for Children's Aid" in New York City

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"Preston and Friends Holiday Benefit for Children's Aid," a musical tribute to help raise awareness and funding for "The New York Foundling" and "The Children's Aid Foundation," will be held at Slattery's, 8 East 36th Street, NYC on December 19th, beginning at 7 PM.

Internationally recognized singer and songwriter Mark Preston, has gathered together an impressive roster of musical talent to celebrate the holidays in aid of "The New York Foundling," and "The Children's Aid Foundation." The New York Foundling, currently in its 140th anniversary year, continues to build upon its legacy of saving children, preserving families and building communities. The Children's Aid Foundation, resident in Toronto, Canada, is focused on assisting abused and neglected children throughout all of the provinces and territories in that country.

The Benefit Program is a cross-border effort to bring awareness to the plight of children supported by the various programs provided by these organizations, through the gift of music. Mark Preston, who will also be one of the performers, has brought together a diverse and gifted group of musicians that include feature performances by Noah Zacharin, Ed Romanoff, Kevin So, Evan Palazzo, Laura Fernandez, Jon Travis and Harold Allen. In all, a total of 15 acts are planned for the evening of Saturday, December 19th at Slattery's, 8 East 36th Street, NYC (7-11:30 PM). A donation of $15 (at the door) will help benefit the children's aid organizations.

The program will also include a Silent Auction, and a limited offering of merchandise for purchase - with proceeds going to the children's aid organizations.

For additional information please contact William Chu (billchuw@cs.com) and/or visit http://www.PrestonForKids.com.

Contact:
William Chu
Imaging Services Group
245 East 40th Street
30th Floor
New York, NY 10016
212-687-2028
BillChuW(at)cs(dot)com

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