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Future Song Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c) (3) that provides funding to ensure that kids have access to musical instruction and instruments which are fundamental parts of a complete education.

Studies consistently show that music education plays a significant role in the development of our children’s academic skills as well as their self-esteem and creative abilities. Music completes the picture for a well rounded individual by allowing positive avenues for self expression and fundamental people skills. In other words, learning to play music together creates a sense of wellness, achievement and community.

Future Song will continue to fund music education projects in our area with a combination of fundraising events, corporate sponsorship, program admission fees, and private and governmental grants.

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