We saw an alarming trend — music education was disappearing from public schools, severely reducing children’s exposure to learning and making music, particularly in financially challenged communities.
We’re a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, so grants and contributions are tax-deductible. We also cultivate sponsorships and partnerships with businesses and other community organizations.
Yes — we’ll work with charter and private schools, as well as social services agencies that accommodate school-age children, such as those with after-school or weekend programs.
Use the contact form on our website to get in touch. We’ll call to discuss options