VH1 Save the Music Partners With WJM
Mon, 07 Oct 2013 17:11:28
Good music, good cause, good people. We love that!
VH1 Save the Music Foundation has introduced WJM, the world's youngest social impact rock band, for their performance at the TEDxUNPLaza conference. At the event, the formation of the WJM Music Education Fund to benefit the VH1 Save the Music Foundation, a fundraising initiative spearheaded by kids for kids, was announced.
To support this fund, donors can visit vh1savethemusic.org/donate.
When completing the donation process be sure to check the "In Honor Of" box and list the "In Honor of Name" as WJM Music Education Fund. The "In Honor of Email" is WJMtheband@gmail.com. Just $50 restores music education for one child.
"We are very excited about the WJM Music Education Fund," said VH1 STM's Paul Cothran. "To see kids at such a young age be so talented and inspired to help other children is incredible. We feel like this will be a great beginning to a long partnership."
WJM are William, Jeremy, and Max - three California fifth graders that have turned their love of music into an instrument for change. The boys have performed at major events in 2013 including the Fourth of July Celebration for San Francisco.
Every dollar from WJM's performances has gone to support children's charities such as Second Harvest Food Bank, Camp Okizu, San Francisco Firefighters Toys Program, the Bridge School, and St. Baldrick's.
The next major concert event will be at AT&T Park in San Francisco at the Snowbomb Festival on November 9 and 10. William, Jeremy, and Max will dedicate those shows to support the mission of VH1 Save The Music Foundation through the WJM Music Education Fund.
What can you do to support this new endeavor?