Chi-Town Jazz Festival Volunteers Help Feed Homeless

Chi-Town Jazz Festival volunteers and supporters prepared and served dinner to about 130 guests at the evening supper program hosted by Catholic Charities in Chicago last night, March 3, 2015. In addition, Chi-Town Jazz Festival Founder/Director and Catholic priest, Father John Moulder, along with jazz mandolin player Don Stiernberg and Stewart Miller on bass treated Catholic Charities homeless supper guests to an hour-long evening jazz concert. The special concert was a preview of shows that will be performed throughout Chicago from  March 4 – 8 as part of the 6th Annual Chi-Town Jazz Festival to raise funds for hunger-relief programs in the Chicago area, including for Catholic Charities network of 9 food pantries.

The 6th Annual Chi-Town Jazz Festival, with the help of jazz musicians and venues and our team of volunteers, is working with local hunger relief agencies to address hunger insecurity in Chicagoland including Care for RealCatholic Charities of ChicagoTop Box Foods, and West Suburban PADS. Join us by attending performancesbecoming a sponsor, or simply by donating online. Thanks.