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HARBOUR SINGERS

A hospice chorus serving southern Maine

OUR MISSION

Harbour Singers is a community of caring volunteers who offer healing through the gift of song. Singing in small groups at bedside, we support persons with life limiting illness or at end of life, in care settings such as hospice, hospital, nursing facility, or at home, throughout the Southern Maine region.

Drawing from different faiths and world traditions, as well as popular music, we offer a wide range of songs. Our intent is for our voices to be of comfort and reassurance to individuals, their families, and caregivers, as they navigate the end of life journey.

"I just thought it was a beautiful touch. The Harbour Singers added a spiritual calmness to everyone in the room. It was one of the best parts of my mother's stay in Hospice." 

~ Family Member

Our services are free and confidential.

Please contact us if you'd like to arrange a sing for a loved one or if you're interested in singing with us.

 

We depend on the generosity of individuals, grants, and dedicated gifts to further our mission. This year we are especially grateful to be the recipient of a grant from the Hospice Fund of the Maine Community Foundation.

 

If you would like to help sustain the Harbour Singers, tax-exempt donations may be  mailed to the address below. Thank you!

 
Two Harbour Singers members holding signs at Hike for Hospice.

In October 2020, members of Harbour Singers participated in the first Hike for Hospice, to benefit Hospice of Southern Maine. Participating in this annual event has since become a tradition for our members. Click here to learn about or register for the event.

Two Harbour Singers members holding signs at Hike for Hospice.

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Three Harbour Singers members holding signs at Hike for Hospice.
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CONTACT US

Harbour Singers Hospice Chorus

c/o Unitarian Universalist Church of Saco & Biddeford

60 School Street

Saco, ME 04072

207-286-7678

harboursingers@maine.rr.com