KEEPING HARMONY ALIVE ONE SCHOOL AT A TIME!

A KIMBERLY MOORE FOUNDATION PROGRAM

Keeping Harmony Alive is dedicated to saving music programs in schools that are slowly being eliminated due to state education budget cuts. KHA focuses on collecting instruments and funds to supply the appropriate tools and mentoring to keep the music programs alive.

 

The program was inspired by a young girl named Grissel who was deeply impacted by the Adopt-A- Letter program after writing a letter to Santa and receiving the tools needed in order for her to continue her passion in music. When Grissel found out the music programs were about to terminate at month’s end, she immediately turned to Kimberly Moore for help. Within 2 weeks - and with the support of her Echelon members and friends - KHA was able to secure enough instruments to sustain the program for the next 15 to 20 years.  

 

See letter from Mayor of Bell Gardens here!

 

 

 

 

Future Outlook

 

Keeping Harmony Alive is projecting further involvement from national and local corporate sponsors to help struggling school music departments. Our goal is to have the instruments and instruction on hand to inspire future musicians as well as use music to unlock the minds of future mathematicians, scientist, engineers, writers and artists.

 

Click here to donate now!

 

WANT TO TAKE ACTION NOW?
Start your own musical instrument charity drive today!

Host your own musical instrument charity drive in your community by collecting new and used instruments to help save music programs in schools located in impoverished areas. Most requested instruments include: Violin, viola, flute, clarinet, oboe, saxophone, tuba, trumpet, trombone, bass french horn, cello, drums, guitars etc.

DONATE TODAY!

Inspiration

 

For every school we help, we will celebrate by bringing in music industry professionals to perform or talk to the children about music.

©2014 The Kimberly Moore Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit recognized by the IRS, and all donations to the Kimberly Moore Foundation  are tax-deductible in accordance with IRS regulations.

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