On April 17, the Washington Symphony Players will host a spring concert to benefit Maryland Heroin Awareness Advocates (MHAA), a grassroots, non-profit organization dedicated to providing services and resources to those who are struggling with substance use disorders. MHAA also offers peer support to families through Save Our Children Family Peer Support groups.

The benefit concert, which includes a black-tie optional cocktail party, will be held at the Strathmore Music Center in North Bethesda.

All of the proceeds from the concert will go directly to the organization. Ticket information here.



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