Local boy uses music to combat homelessness in Cape Cod

Posted on January 11th, 2012 No Comments

Cape Cod criminal defense lawyer, James Powderly is pleased to learn that a 10-year-old Cape Cod boy has created a recording of his original music in order to fight homelessness in the area.

The fourth-grade student was determined to help people with his music and thus wrote the song, “Sweet Dreams.” This is the main song on his two-song CD that will be sold in order to benefit the Housing Assistance Corporation and Project Prevention. These non-profit organizations provide shelters to the homeless and assist in mortgage payments with families who are close to eviction.

His parents decided to pay out of pocket for the production of the CDs, which is $2.25 per CD. Each CD will be sold for $5, with all of the profits going towards the non-profits.

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