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Listen To Your Mother In San Francisco To Benefit Help A Mother Out

(Photo Credit: Joseph N. Pushak)

(Photo Credit: Joseph N. Pushak)

Looking for a way to celebrate Mother’s Day? Listen To Your Mother will be coming to San Francisco for a show on Mother’s Day. LTYM is a national series of original live-readings of motherhood stories on local stages and via social media. The production works through artistic expression of the local writers to celebrate and validate mothering through complexity, diversity, and humor. Each show is directed, produced, and performed by the local community, for the local community.

(Photo Credit: Joseph N. Pushak)

(Photo Credit: Joseph N. Pushak)

Listen To Your Mother works to support new moms and moms who have seen it all by sharing these personal stories with the community. 10% of all ticket proceeds will benefit a non-profit organization in the local community. The San Francisco show will benefit Help A Mother Out, a local organization that provides diapers and advocates for long-term change in social safety. The team has built partnerships with family service agencies to help get diapers for babies from families that need the extra assistance.



WHEN: Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 7 p.m.


Kanbar Hall in the SF JCC
3200 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94118

TICKETS: Click here to purchase tickets.

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