Not everybody has the same opportunities in life. But the least that we can do is give a hand to the less fortunate. Slowly but surely strategically shape the lives of our brothers and sisters that need us most. All of the donations that we receive at the Monrovia Street Fair flows directly towards two Non Profits. Two organizations that do very different work, but their energy and resources come from the same place. Your heart.
Classically trained with an emphasis on solo performance, Dr. Kendall's repertoire includes a range of lyrical works that are ideal for intimate, salon style performances. Dr. Kendall has played violin and piano since the age of 5 and went on to study violin performance at the University of California, San Diego. After his first two years of medical school at USC, he moved to Oregon and performed with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra. Many of Dr. Kendall's violin and piano solos are chosen for their ability to console and to inspire. Two qualities which he found patients appreciated when he played in hospitals or convalescent homes.
To enhance the lives of children and further
education in the African countries of Kenya and Rwanda by providing books, improved learning environments, and secondary school sponsorships. By educating girls and boys, we hope to help
them ‘Bloom where they are planted’ — to prosper and be good citizens in their own countries, promoting peace and goodwill in the world.
Now celebrating their 35th Birthday, Foothill Unity Center is a place of
real hope and possibilities for those impacted by poverty. Helping over 10,000 individuals almost every year, Foothill Unity Center is the primary provider of food, case management/crisis help,
and health care resources across eleven San Gabriel Valley cities in LA County. With help centers in Monrovia and Pasadena, Foothill Unity Center serves people with dignity and also provides
those who wish to help with opportunities to make a difference.