One of the activities that helps our residents get through the coronavirus pandemic is the musical time they spend with Susan Carol, the woman who plays the harp. Her music brings meaning to each listener. Distant memories rekindle and new memories are made through these musical connections.
Susan’s music is a blessing to our campus…now more than ever. Loved ones, whether they are in our healthcare or assisted living neighborhoods, find joy and comfort regularly through her music.
Bringing this uplifting program to Westminster Canterbury has always required extra financial support. Donors have contributed more than $25,000 over the years to help maintain this special ministry, provided in conjunction with St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Some of our dedicated supporters are no longer able to make gifts and now, Westminster Canterbury has more demands on its resources to keep residents and employees safe during the pandemic.
This important, therapeutic music program needs your help to keep the music playing.
Please consider making a donation to help us continue this valuable ministry.
A monthly contribution in an amount that you can manage easily will do so much! Your gift of $10 or $15 a month will help sustain the music and help us reach our goal of $8,000.
We know these are tough times. If you aren’t able to help right now, we understand. We hope you’ll be able to join a special group of monthly donors who are committed to making a difference in the lives of their loved ones and keep the music playing.
Please be as generous as possible.
Hear from our community
"We had the wonderful experience of hearing the union of two instruments, the harp and the harmonica. My husband, Joe, just lit up and joined right in with his harmonica."