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Looking for a way to take action and to change lives with music education? We need your help.

We believe all children deserve equal access to quality music education and its benefits – providing hope and dignity. We look for passionate people like you to help make music a reality and core subject for ALL students, especially those from the most vulnerable communities.

Many schools from low-income communities do not have the resources to provide students with a comprehensive music program. We are dedicated to ensuring that all children, despite economic or social status, get the education they deserve.

By volunteering, donating, attending our events, or simply spreading the word, you can join us to change lives and create education equity with music.

Volunteer

By contributing as a volunteer, you can make an impact in the life of a child.

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Advocate

If ETM-LA’s mission resonates with you, there are a variety of ways you can take action to support our work.

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For $150, you can provide music as a core subject for a full school year to one student. Donate

What Our School Communities are Saying

Principals, teachers, parents and students have great things to say about Education Through Music-Los Angeles

“I like music so much because it helps me to calm myself down when I am stressed or angry and I feel is the only way to I can express my emotions out. Music helps me to remember things. Music helps me focus in school.”

Alberto

Student

“I learned so much working with ETM-LA and other volunteers to organize a community concert. I felt really good supporting a cause and organization that I care about.”

Maya Paredes

Volunteer

“It's important to keep music in schools because music is an integral part of society that allows catharsis, discovery, and proclamation.”

Angelica Rowell

Music Teacher

“Music has shaped me. I practice and am more confident.”

Mae C

Student