Ray Grossman has been singing, on both the East and West Coasts, for several years and in many diverse venues. These include community theatres, cruise ships, barbershop quartets, group parties, and hotel lounges. He is eclectic in his musical genres but is partial to doowop, standards, Broadway and folk. Over the past two years, he has formed a non-profit called “SingAway Cancer” where he performs concerts, karaoke and musical bingo at senior centers, assisted living facilities and other senior related venues throughout Southern California. The mission of the charity is to raise funds to help researchers who are involved in finding treatments and cures for children's Cancers that are currently not fully supported by either big pharma or other government agencies. These Cancers are considered “orphan diseases” due to their relative case sizes. 100 percent of any fees paid to Ray are donated to the researchers and are tax deductible to the client since the charity is a 501(c) 3. Karaoke is available at all events because of the belief that audience involvement is the key to a successful performance. SingAwayCancer has been awarded a small grant in 2019 by the Pollination project for their work supporting both children and senior citizens.