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Mission Statement - Making Music Matter For Kids:

Through the power of music, we push to broaden the lives of young people for innovation based on passion, not income.

Music education based on passion, not income. Empowering passionate young people, fostering lasting improvement by emphasizing music's amazing benefits, and supporting their talents. Through special events, donations, volunteers, and technical assistance. Broadening the lives of young people with an ongoing tangible list of exciting opportunities available to them that carry over into their lives for success.

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Vision Statement - Making Music Matter For Kids:

America can't afford to outsource creativity, it's our responsibility to make music programs hard to cut and keep music alive in our schools.

For years music education funding cuts in public schools have always been on the rise. School boards and superintendents often cited economic strain as a justification for schools cutting music programs. Some superintendents and school boards cut music programs because of weak programs, along with a lack of support from parents, which makes music an easy target, especially when budgets are tight.

Value Statement - Making Music Matter For Kids:

Ownership Mentality - Committed To Our Craft - Optimize For Long Term Goals - Embrace Differences 

Ownership Mentality - Taking responsibility for outcomes and being empowered to make the decisions that will lead to those outcomes.  
Committed To Our Craft - Expanding our talents, our knowledge, and our techniques.
Optimize Long-Term Goals  - Principles for success, creative scheduling. 
Embrace Differences - Regular program to teach and encourage. Appreciate the differences between cultures and generations. Acknowledge diverse perspectives on issues. Make sure everyone is included in team discussions and decisions,

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