Make music a right, not a privilege, for every child

Nearly 5 million US students lack access to musical instruments.

This holiday season, you can help us change that.

Make music a right, not a privilege, for every child

Nearly 5 million US students lack access to musical instruments.
This holiday season, you can help us change that.

Donate Now

Nearly 5 million US students lack access to musical instruments.
This holiday season, you can help us change that.

Donate Now

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Socal with Sound United

In May 2018, Sound United launched the Sound Start foundation, with an ambitious goal to donate 10,000 instruments to children worldwide by the 2020-2021 school year. In the first few months of this partnership, the Sound Start foundation and Save The...

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Wyclef goes back to school with Save The Music

A product of Newark Public Schools music education, Wyclef Jean was the perfect guest to help us celebrate our music technology pilot program at Barringer High School in Newark, NJ.   Attendees included superintendent, Roger León, who emphasized the importance of...

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From medicine to music

To celebrate one of the pilot programs for the Music Technology Grant, Taylor Guitars artist, Juke Ross, led a masterclass at the High School for Public Service in Brooklyn. He performed his hit, "Colour Me," along with a cover of the Backstreet Boys'...

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