Photo-Op Advisory - Jamming on the Lawn

    Kids, Patients and Friends Kick-Off Jesse's Scissors-in-Motion Fundraiser
    For Music Therapy at SickKids

    TORONTO, Oct. 12 /CNW/ -

    What:           Kids (patients and friends) make music at The Hospital
                    for Sick Children as top salon stylists perform hair

    The event:      Music Therapy in Palliative Care is the focus of the
                    fifth Jesse's Scissors-in-Motion hair-cutting fundraiser,
                    benefiting SickKids Foundation. Jesse's Scissors-in-
                    Motion takes place Sunday, October 21, 2007 to raise
                    funds to bring music therapy to critically ill children,
                    for whom a cure is uncertain or even unlikely.

    When:           Monday, October 15, 2006, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Who:            Music Therapists: Rachael Finnerty, Faiona Milwood
                    SickKids Foundation: Penny Kroll
                    Jesse's Foundation for Music and Dance Therapy:
                    Lisa Farquharson with son Jesse

    Stylists from:  The Canadian Guild of Hair Design Professionals
                    (Salon members and friends)

    Where:          Front lawn, The Hospital for Sick Children (rain or
                    555 University Avenue, Toronto.


    On Sunday, October 21, 2007, the fifth Jesse's Scissors-in-Motion hair
cut-a-thon will be held in select salons across the GTA (including a special
location in the atrium at SickKids for this day only). The funds raised will
bring music therapy to terminally ill children in palliative care through
SickKids Palliative Care Music Therapy program. Supporters are asked to
pre-book and pre-pay for their $30 hair cut (a super deal!) by calling the
hotline 416.201.5208 or 1.800.254.7719. Visit: for
more information. Donations can also be made online or through the hotline
    Palliative Care helps to provide critically ill children with optimal
comfort and quality of life. Sadly, this may include preparing for a
compassionate death.
    Music Therapy for the palliative care of sick children may include
singing, writing songs, playing instruments as well as listening to music and
moving to music.

For further information:

For further information: Patrick McCaully, Pointman Public Relations, T:
(416) 855-9427, C: (416) 948-5654, E:

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