We feel quite strongly that if we all focused on positive messages, and support of those from diverse backgrounds, we become a better, well rounded society. It is no surprise with our mission to allow all children an ability to be in a music program, that we support the spirit day movement. This movement was created in response to the suicides of children because of bullying. Let us all work to create a more safe, supporting, and of course, more musical world for our future.
Our mission is to grant musical instruments to students in grades 5-11 who cannot afford them, prepare children with college skills in writing scholarship applications, and get them involved in their community.
Chris Newcombe is a WSU student studying music education and a United States military veteran. He has overcome adversities to continue pursuing his musical dreams and to help others pursue theirs.
Thanks to your generosity, children are able to stay in music with an instrument of their very own. Check out the stories of our scholars today!
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Learn more about the application process and how you may qualify for a new musical instrument.