501 C 3 TIN# 27 – 5248734 

Music Movement is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that develops and funds music-centric programs, scholarships and events to improve the lives of young people with Autism and learning differences.


Stacie D’Agostino

713 Sir Barton Trail, Keller TX, 76248

Tel: 858-254-4340

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© 2020 Music Movement

Unplugged For Autism

Music Movement and Enertech invite you to ‘Unplugged for Autism’ a benefit concert with an unforgettable lineup of Texas natives - Val Mooty, Billy Dawson and headliner, Randy Rogers! Join us at Gas Monkey Live, which offers an intimate venue and a state of the art audio/visual experience, on February 12, 2020. Tickets and sponsorship packages are available now and will sell out fast! All concert proceeds benefit Music Movement and directly fund our music-centric programs for youth with Autism and other learning differences. Get plugged in to Music Movement at Unplugged for Autism!

Our music therapy annual grants provide resources for children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other Intellectual Development Disabilities (IDD) to access the benefits of these life-changing – and life-sustaining – programs.

Because families of children and young adults with ASD and IDD face unique financial pressures, our funding for instrument donations provide a lifeline to this important therapeutic tool.

As more schools and other organizations recognize the tremendous benefits of music therapy for children and young adults with ASD and IDD, our donations and partnerships help expand and sustain these programs.

Today’s youth with ASD and IDD will require specialized long-term living arrangements when they transition into adulthood. We’re proud to allocate 15% of our giving budget to our partners who provide innovative housing and higher learning communities in Dallas. 

Make a Donation

The Music Movement is only as strong as those who support it. Every donation directly funds our programs that serve youth and adults living with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and IDD (Intellectual Development Disorders).