Support Music Education For Nepali Youth!

by Playing For Change Foundation Vetted since 2009 Site Visit Verified

Summary

This project will fund new instruments and supplies for Playing For Change Foundation's Musica Music Institute in the Lalitpur District of Kathmandu, Nepal. With the help of our GlobalGiving supporters, we'll be able to enroll even more students in our free classes, providing a music education to young adults that inspires creativity, promotes peace, and unites the community.

$1,500
total goal
$1,240
remaining
1
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0
monthly donors
1
year

Challenge

Nepal is a country still struggling with many challenges, including poverty, pollution, unemployment, women's rights and a lack of opportunity for young people to contribute to their society.

Solution

Through the Musica Program we're giving the young people of Nepal an opportunity to not only learn music, but to use the music they've learned to give back to their community. The Musica performance and other social action projects benefit the most marginalized and at risk children in their society.

Long-Term Impact

A future of young leaders in Nepal that will not only be able to share all the joy and important values music brings but also to teach others to lead and give back in ways that could have a lasting impact on their country.

Resources

Musica Music Institute Program
Playing For Change Foundation

Organization Information

Playing For Change Foundation

Location: Santa Monica, CA - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.playingforchange.org
Project Leader:
Thea Nash
Santa Monica, CA United States
$260 raised of $1,500 goal
 
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