RSVP Singers To Support Hospice For Homeless Residents In Upcoming Performances Monday, May 6, 2019 | Sacramento, CA Listen / download audio Update RequiredTo play audio, update browser or Flash plugin. Vocal ensemble RSVP (Reconciliation Singers Voices of Peace) was founded in 2000 with a mission to perform to raise money for charities. The group donates 100% of what they earn from their performances to their partner charities, with their upcoming shows supporting Joshua’s House, a hospice for terminally ill homeless people. RSVP performs pretty much every genre and tailors their concerts to the charities for whom they are raising money and performing. That includes, jazz, pop, classical, contemporary and as they say “everything in between.” All of the musicians volunteer their time to perform. RSVP’s artistic director is Jennifer Reason is also the newest announcer on CapRadio’s music station. RSVP member Karen Percy joins Insight to discuss their upcoming concerts, what music they’ll be performing and why they're supporting Joshua’s House, a hospice for terminally ill homeless people the group will be supporting.