Provide 2,000 Youth Access to Music Education

by Ear Candy Charity


Ear Candy Charity will host an Instrument Drive to collect & distribute musical instrument donations to school based programs in the midst of continuing educational funding cuts.

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Arizona is currently dead last in per person educational funding and arts programs are the first to get cut. We focus on serving low income communities with 90%+ children on free or reduced lunch programs who are dedicated to providing arts education for their students. Music is our Universal Language and the children of this world deserve the opportunity to be exposed to its powerful influence.


Ear Candy's Instrument Drives have addressed the growing epidemic of music being ripped out of schools. We have impacted THOUSANDS of youth who would not have had the opportunity to play an instrument with our community driven efforts.

Long-Term Impact

We create CULTURALLY ENLIGHTENED MEMBERS OF SOCIETY with our efforts. Music education Increases Likelihood of Graduation, Keeps Students Engaged & Off The Streets, Increases Self-Esteem, while developing Team Building & Social Skills.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


About Instrument Donations
The Need for Music Education
Current & Past Beneficiaries
Measuring Impact

Organization Information

Ear Candy Charity

Location: Phoenix, AZ - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.EarCandyCharity.ORG
Ear Candy Charity
Nate Anderson
Project Leader:
Nate Anderson
Founder / President
Phoenix, AZ United States

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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