Patrick Cash – Giving Back to the Group that Guided Him

Integrity Idol semi-finalist Patrick Cash, who works in Integrity’s Shared Services group, performed on the “Inspire” podcast. Given Patrick’s obvious talent and love for music, it’s not too surprising that he is supporting a musical charity — Spivey Hall Children’s Choir. Here’s how Patrick describes this organization and the impact it has had on him personally:

“Spivey Hall Children’s Choir is based out of Clayton College & State University in Morrow, Georgia. Being in the choir taught me the fundamentals of reading music, sight-singing and proper technique. I also had the unique opportunity to tour and sing in England, Norway and Sweden with 40+ other Georgian youths. I attribute much of my ethic and ability to the early start I got with this incredibly nurturing organization.”

 Here are some photos of Patrick from his time in the choir:

Kings Chapel Cambridge

If Patrick is the measuring stick, the choir clearly does an amazing job at teaching children music! We’re very proud to donate $500 to Spivey Hall Children’s Choir in Patrick’s name.

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