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Opportunity in Hand

It’s amazing what an instrument can do in deserving hands. Give Music provides aspiring young musicians a chance to nurture their passion, strengthen their talents, expand their possibilities, and pursue their lifetime goals on an instrument they can call their very own. Give Music paves pathways to college and career, unites schools in sound, and connects young people to their community. More than melodies are created when a young person receives an instrument – dreams are fulfilled.

 

Meet Mario

Mario dreamed of having his own saxophone to practice and perform the music he loved. He sold candy for an entire year to raise the money he needed to buy an instrument. Tragically, his saxophone was destroyed in a flood just months after he bought it. That’s when we met Mario. He told us about his deep connection to his sax, his love for making music, and his determination for success. He asked if there was anything Music Forward could do to help.

Like Mario, many young musicians do not have instruments to call their own. Any instruments that may be available to them are usually old, damaged, or shared among many students, and they cannot be taken home for practice. Give Music solves this problem for young musicians nationwide.

Give Music is an annual campaign that raises funds to put instruments into the hands of young musicians who need them most. Mario, along with hundreds of other young musicians, have now had their musical wishes fulfilled. In just two years, Give Music has gifted over 300 instruments with a combined value of more than $100,000 to deserving young musicians.

Program Specifics

Music Forward will place brand new, high quality instruments into the hands of serious young musicians during the 2016 – 2017 school year.

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