Talking about the weeks and months she was homeless was so painful for one former Project Prevention client, she found it difficult to tell the story.
Her story will be just one of many that will be a part of the Shelter Cape Cod Telethon on Wednesday, December 11.
The telethon is the biggest fundraiser of the year for Housing Assistance Corporation. This year, the telethon is benefiting all four of HAC's shelters: NOAH Shelter, Angel House in Hyannis, Carriage House in North Falmouth, and the Village at Cataumet in Bourne.
Besides stories from shelter clients, there will be interviews with shelter staff and music from local school choirs throughout the Cape.
School choirs that have recorded performances for the telethon include Sandwich Soul Show Choir; North Falmouth Elementary School Choir; Cape Cod Academy Lower School Choir in Osterville; St. Pius X Elementary School Choir in South Yarmouth; Nauset Regional High School Honors Chorus; and Nauset Regional High School Treble Chorus.
Other musical groups and singers whose performances will air during the telethon are Falmouth Chorale, Falmouth, Sarah Swain, Katherine King, Molly Parmenter, Heather Cox, Allison Reed, David Kuehn, and Allen McGarry.
A video of Cape Cod Conservatory Ballet Ensemble will be shown.
And Rabbi Elias Lieberman of Falmouth Jewish Congregation will perform live.
The telethon is hosted by Minday Todd of WCAI with co-hosts Rick Presbrey, HAC President/CEO; Paul Pronovost, Cape Cod Times editor-in-chief; Matt Pitta of WXTK; and Sean Corcoran of WCAI.
The show airs live on December 11 from 4 to 9 p.m. on the Cape's local cable access channels and is also streamed live on the web at www.CapeMedia .org. Tune in and give to help homeless families on Cape Cod get back on their feet.
To donate to the telethon, go to sheltercapecodtelethon.org.