On this GivingTuesday, December 1, Music for All is celebrating a Day  of Gratitude. 

GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea. A day that encourages people to do good. Music for All has joined millions of others across the globe each year on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving to encourage our supporters to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.

In 2020, there have been days of uncertainty that have challenged all of us. There have also been days that brought us joy, and reminders of why we all do what we do. Music for All continues to find ways to serve students and music educators. 

We have asked for your support and donations to help us continue to do so. Many of you have responded to our call. We know there are many more who are supporting and advocating through your voice. We appreciate all of you.

Day of Gratitude Activities

Join us for our Music for All Day of Gratitude activities, including:

Day of Gratitude Live Conversation

Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020, 5-6 PM ET

Join Music for All’s Camilla Stasa and Debbie Laferty Asbill with special guest Dr. Trae Blanco, Director of Bands at Murray State University for an hour of fun and informal conversation on Zoom.

The focus is on gratitude and we welcome your participation in the conversation. Register for the Zoom call below to join us. This meeting will also be streamed on Facebook Live.

Catching Up with Eric Cervantes 

Music for All’s Erin Fortune and Laura Blake catch up with Eric Cervantes, former drum major at Arsenal Technical H.S., IN, now Volunteer Outreach & Engagement Manager for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana.

Make a Donation Today

Music for All’s focus on Giving Tuesday is on gratitude, and one this we are grateful for our donors. If you haven’t already made a donation and be compelled to today on Giving Tuesday, we are certainly always thankful for your support.

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