Portland, October 6th. My Voice Music supporters celebrated four years of using music to help underserved youth cope, heal and thrive. (Photo Credit, Robert Delahanty) Held at Union Pine in Southeast Portland, the event raised $18,000 for My Voice Music’s vital services, including rock camps, songwriting workshops and artist mentorship programs. Over 200 supporters attended and enjoyed performances of original songs by My Voice Music’s students, along with food from Caffe Mingo and Industry Fare.
The event was generously sponsored by Cambia Health Solutions, Oregon Music News, KZME, Majestic Fine Wines, New Belgium Brewing, Rock Bottom Brewery, and Caffe Mingo.
About My Voice Music:
My Voice Music engages underserved youth in music and performance to promote social and emotional development. Our programs empower students to use music to cope, heal and thrive. Through partnerships with local alternative schools and other nonprofit agencies, we provide free music programs in areas where needs are high but funding for services is low. All of our programs are provided for free, or at a “pay what you can afford” rate, to youth and their families.