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Partnership Grants & Donations

Learn more about recent donations made to Music Movement by our awesome supporters.

​About Our Partnership Grants and Donations

MM provides instrument donations and grants to help sustain and expand music programs tailored for youth with ASD and intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Our partnerships allow us a broad outreach to a variety of communities facing life-challenging circumstances.  Please submit an application to nominate an academy for a donation.  We welcome the opportunity to partner with non-profit organizations that share similar initiatives and giving goals.

 

One of our most treasured partners is the Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC). Over the last several years MM has provided the recording equipment to the therapists working bedside with children that are confined to their rooms. The gift of learning music and playing instruments gives these children an outlet for expression and connection. Should the child develop an aptitude for music; MM will purchase an instrument of their choice so they may continue to develop their talents in or out of the hospital.

 

Partnership Donations

Become A Sponsor

 

We would love your support! Our sponsors are the reason why we can extend the programs offered by Music Movement.

We could not provide the level of care that we do without the consistent generous support from Music Movement. The power of music therapy within a pediatric medical setting is life changing for patients and their families. During a music therapy session, the music has the ability to let the children be children, not just patients. Also through music therapy we can empower patients to share their story, stress, worries, and hopes. Thank you for all you do for the patients and families here at CHOC Children’s. 

Eric Mammen, MT-BC

Creative Arts Supervisor\Intern 

The Cherese Mari Laulhere Child Life Department

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).