Give the gift of music to a young mind
Sponsor a student to attend Carnegie Hall:
HOMELESS STUDENTS IN NYC ON THE RISE — POLITICO’s Madina Touré: More than 114,000 New York City students were identified as homeless during the 2017-18 school year, according to new state Education Department data posted by Advocates for Children of New York.
There are twelve nations in the world whose populations are smaller than that of New York City's 114,000 "homeless" children.
"There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children", said Nelson Mandela in 1995. So what should we do, and what can we do right now? We need, as President FDR famously said, “action, and action now.” Something must be done that both uplift and inspire.
This December 18th, exactly one week before Christmas, we want to put 2,000 students in Carnegie Hall. We want to make it possible for every child that wishes to, to attend Carnegie Hall. Who knows what Beethovens can be found in their midst?
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Monthly sustaining contributions to assist our mission to reintroduce classical principles of musical, artistic, and scientific practice and performance into the everyday lives of all people, particularly children.
These Activities Include:
1.)Free Weekly Youth Chorus
2.) Bringing Concert Artists to Public Schools
3.) Affordable Weekly Concert Series In Which 15% of the tickets are provided free for students