PAYCE Foundation signs three-year deal with choir
The PAYCE Foundation has extended its long-running support of the Sydney Street Choir, signing a $100,000, three-year deal to help the homeless and isolated.
Caption: The PAYCE Foundation will continue its long-running support of the Sydney Street Choir.
The Sydney Street Choir is a supportive musical group that aims to inspire and empower those who have experienced homelessness or disadvantage in the community.
The Choir, which was formed in 2001, provides members with a unique bridge to social services for those most in need.
It is also a focal point for its members, particularly in hard times, providing friendship, community interaction and practical support.
The Choir has toured around Australia and has been joined by some of Australia’s best choirs at the annual Corporate Challenge in Martin Place.
PAYCE Foundation Director Dominic Sullivan said: “It has been a wonderful journey so far with the Sydney Street Choir and we are delighted to continue our support.”
“To be running for more than 20 years shows what a special choir it is, helping bring people together who need assistance.
“A performance by the Sydney Street Choir is always one to remember.
“The Choir team, led by James Paul, do a wonderful job co-ordinating the choir and supporting its members.”
Choir Director James Paul said the support from PAYCE Foundation was much appreciated.
“The PAYCE Foundation’s support has been invaluable over the years, helping the Choir grow and reach its potential,” he said
“Members directly benefit from the Choir with an improved quality of life and without the help of supporters like the PAYCE Foundation we cannot achieve that.”