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Some of the region’s most widely known choral groups will perform Oct. 27 during “Singing for a Promise,” a fundraising program for Family Promise of Western New York, an organization that rescues families adrift in the despair of homelessness.

The Unitarian Universalist Choir, Friends of Harmony and Amherst Central High School’s Sweet Sixteens and Varsity Singers will take part in the fundraising program from 3 to 6 p.m. in the sanctuary of Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo, 695 Elmwood Ave. at West Ferry Street.

The $15 price of admission also includes a wine, beverage and snack reception, plus the opportunity to win gifts donated by merchants in a “Buffalo’s Best” raffle and silent auction of fine wines and other prizes.

For admission information, contact Family Promise of WNY at 821-9100, info@fpwny.org or www.fpwny.org. Or, pay at the door.

Proceeds go toward providing accommodations, guidance and hope to homeless families.