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Miriam Fried about Music for Food

“Music for Food is a musician-led organization that has dedicated itself to raising awareness about hunger in our community and collecting funds to help those in need. I have been closely associated with this wonderful organization since its inception.
“As we celebrate the humanity and generosity of Bach’s music, let us remember those who have been less fortunate than us and extend to them a helping hand.”

~ Miriam Fried
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TESTIMONIAL | Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt

“I finally made it down to the food cupboard at St. Peter’s in Philly and got to know the people who work over there and see what goes on. It was so rewarding to go down there and see people receiving their food and know that our donation was the kind of large donation that allows them to buy refrigerators and appliances in which to store their food and keep it fresh and organized weekly. They were so happy to see me and want to keep a relationship going between MFF and their program.”

~ Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt, violist in the Dover Quartet

TESTIMONIAL | John Robinson

“MFF has helped the boys at the school to understand how their music can be used to help the less fortunate, and how to share their music with a broader audience. I couldn’t recommend it strongly enough as a collaborative experience.”

~ John Robinson, Director of Music at St. Paul’s Choir School  | Cambridge, Massachusetts

TESTIMONIAL | Carolyn Wortman

“The Lexington Interfaith Outreach Food Pantry appreciates the continued support from Music for Food. To quote a former volunteer, ‘As our community support grows…so does our ability to support our community.’”

~ Carolyn Wortman, Executive Director of the Lexington Interfaith Outreach Food Pantry

TESTIMONIAL | Dr. George Case

“It is my belief that music does not exist in a vacuum. It breathes and lives because of the performers who undertake it. As a result, we as members of many communities look for ways that our music and our performances can positively impact the communities around us.”

~ Dr. George Case, Director of Choral Studies at Boston Conservatory