The National Day of Giving
Tue Nov 29th, 2022
Making Music Matter For Kids, A Great Reason This Giving Season
Join the mailing list. Give music to a child the reason for the season. Consider a gift this Giving Tuesday.
Unleash The Power of Charitable Gifting
Mark your calendar Tuesday November 29th. Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Giving Tuesday together we will unleash the power of music and radical generosity around the country. While many call on philanthropists, policymakers, and grantmakers to repair broken systems, GivingTuesday recognizes that we each can drive an enormous amount of positive change by rooting our everyday actions, decisions, and behavior in radical generosity—the concept that the suffering of others should be as intolerable to us as our own suffering. Radical generosity invites people in to give what they can to create systemic change. Join us for the celebration event of the year taking place on November 29th, 2022 for Giving Tuesday National Day of Giving.
Donate This #GivingTuesday, Your Generosity Makes the World a Better Place
What if with your donation there was one activity that could benefit every student in every school across the nation? An activity that could improve grades and scores on standardized testing? An activity that would allow students to form lasting friendships? An activity that would help students become more disciplined and confident?
Fortunately, there is such an activity. Unfortunately, many schools will not make it a part of their curriculum, due to funding and scheduling. This activity is something that everyone is aware of, but not everyone has a chance to participate in. This activity is music, and with your generosity will help make the world a better place this #GivingTuesday.
There Are Many Ways To Join Us This Giving Season
Join us this #GivingTuesday, we make giving back fun and easy! Together, we make giving the center of the season!
#GivingTuesday unleashes the power of radical generosity around the world this #GivingSeason. While many call on philanthropists, policymakers, and grantmakers to repair broken systems, GivingTuesday recognizes that we each can drive an enormous amount of positive change by rooting our everyday actions, decisions, and behavior in radical generosity—the concept that the suffering of others should be as intolerable to us as our suffering. Radical generosity invites people in to give what they can to create systemic change. Every Tuesday, through our big celebration event, will take place on November 29, 2022.
Join us the Tuesday after Thanksgiving 2021 and celebrate the generosity and kindness that are taking place all around the world. While Black Friday and Cyber Monday start the buying season, #GivingTuesday starts off the giving season. #GivingTuesday a social media celebration, stylized as #GivingTuesday for hashtag activism. Many people post online about their favorite causes and advocate for people to give, a global movement of generosity unleashing the power of people, organizations that transform their communities and the world.
Donate to Making Music Matter For Kids, help us finish the year strong. While there is a multitude of organizations to donate to on #GivingTuesday there are very few nonprofits throughout Penncylviana supporting children's music. We ask that you join us on #GivingTuesday. Not only will your donation positively impact a child's advocacy, but your initiative efforts to support the Making Music Matter For Kids mission also works to provide our supporters the recognition that they deserve and believe that all students deserve access to participate in music programs, based on passion, not income no matter their socioeconomic status.
The power of music is immense and highly beneficial to students. Research has shown over and over the positive impact, it has on a child's academic performance. Improves cognition and academic achievement, performance outcomes such as higher GPAs and higher graduation rates. Music increases decision-making, collaboration, creativity, communication, critical thinking, and emotional awareness. Not only does music positively affect students' academic achievement, but also schools, communities, the economy, and society. Why then is music the first to get cut and the last to be added? While other countries exceed in technology and financial growth, the USA continues to rely on 18th-century music education in the 21 century. Music education is proven to boost learning yet schools continue to make cuts and outsource creativity. We need constructive imagination and make sure every child has access to music in the USA.
Join us this #GivingTuesday, and help ensure that every child has access and opportunity to participate in an active music program by making a gift to Making Music Matter For Kids.