LOCAL BAND SPONSORS CLOTHES DRIVE AND BENEFIT CONCERT FOR LOCAL MEN'S SHELTER IN BALTIMORE

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withLove, along with 20 other volunteers, served dinner to over 200 men at the cafeteria of a local men’s shelter, Helping Up Mission, in the heart of Baltimore City. The band also played a benefit concert at their beautiful chapel where over 100 men gathered to worship and rejoice together in music and love. For the price of admission, people donated several bags full of clothing and toiletries for men and women. Helping Up Mission is a 24/7 dedicated men’s shelter that provides hope to people experiencing homelessness, poverty or addiction by meeting their physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs. For more info on withLove go to withLoveMusic.org.
withLove calls these community events as “Love Projects” as a way to serve the needs of the local community through their music by gathering people to love other through acts of service. This has become a local movement in which 20 or more volunteers band together to love others beyond their day to day life. Whether that’s feeding the homeless, or mentoring under-privileged youth, or whatever creative way they can serve others, they continue to build a movement that inspires people to love others beyond their illustrious concerts.
Lauren Jenkins serving dessert during dinner at the Helping Up Mission Cafeteria

Lauren Jenkins serving dessert during dinner at the Helping Up Mission Cafeteria

 

Helping Up Mission Chapel

Helping Up Mission Chapel