The next benefit for the Help the Children Florence project will take place at the “Gingerzone” in Scandicci April 5.  This benefit experience assists the Meyer Pediatric Hospital with their pioneering efforts in research.  The event begins at 8:00p.m. with a photographic exhibition, “Italy through the eyes of Harding University students” and with healing photographs donated by Elaine Poggi founder of and  the Healing Art Association.  Live music will wrap up the evening.  All proceeds from the sale of t-shirts and photographs will be given to the project of Prof.ssa Chiara Azzari and the Meyer Pediatric Foundation.

Event details:

19:45   Brief interview with Doctor Chiara Azzari describing the work at Meyer Hospital.  Previous donations raised on behalf of the project will be presented.

20:00  Refreshments

Photography exhibition with all benefits assisting the Help the Children Florence project with photos from Harding University students and Healing Photo/Art in Hospitals.

21:00  Concert with Professor Chuck Hicks from Harding University


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