Together, We Can Ensure Music and Arts Education

Give kids the opportunity to learn the Arts!


Our Mission was founded with the fundamental belief that children that have the opportunity to learn, read, and play music will perform better in school, especially in Math and Science. Our organization is dedicated to helping those in need, spreading the Word of Christ, and enabling children to learn, play and participate in music programs.

Our Team

Our amazing team is made up of music educators, band members and parents that have experienced the blessings music education and involvement brings to young people. We are also believers in Christ that embrace our responsibility to love and help others through our spiritual gifts.

Through your generous donations we can provide music education grants and scholarships. Musical instrument donations are also accepted. We believe we are one of the best charities to donate to help needy children learn music.

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Why Donate To

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Research at McGill University in Montreal, Canada showed that grade-school kids who took music lessons scored higher on tests of general and spatial cognitive development, the abilities that form the basis for performance in math and engineering
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Federal education policy specifically authorizes the use Title I funds for music and arts education. But few teachers— even the majority who know what Title I is—are aware of this significant opportunity to provide or improve music programs in the country. Even fewer parents are familiar with Title I, let alone the fact that Title I funds can be used for music education.

(NAMM Foundation and Grunwald Associates LLC, 2015. Striking a Chord: The Public’s Hopes and Beliefs for K–12 Music Education in the United States: 2015).

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A study of 8 to 11-year-olds found that, those who had extra-curricular music classes, developed higher verbal IQ, and visual abilities, in comparison to those with no musical training (Forgeard et al., “Practicing a Musical Instrument in Childhood is Associated with Enhanced Verbal Ability and Nonverbal Reasoning,” PLOS One, 2008).

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A study of almost one thousand Finnish pupils who took part in extended music classes, found they reported higher satisfaction at school in almost every area, even those not related to the music classes themselves (Eerola & Eerola, “Extended music education enhances the quality of school life,” Music Education Research, 2013).

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Learning a musical language could have cognitive benefits similar to those evident in bilingual children. Although this view has intuitive appeal because music and language are both auditory communication systems, the positive effects of bilingualism are evident for fluid intelligence (i.e., executive control) but not for crystallized intelligence (e.g., knowledge acquired through experience, such as vocabulary), whereas the effects of music lessons appear to extend to both domains (E. Glenn Schellenberg, “Music and Cognitive Abilities,” Current Directions in Psychological Science Journal, Vol. 14, No. 6, December 2005). Source: NAAM Foundation

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Give The Gift Of Music

Your support and contributions will enable us to provide music education to children and adolescents in need.

Your generous donation is appreciated.

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Give kids the opportunity to learn the Arts!

Musical instrument donations accepted as well as cash donations are welcomed.