ENJOY A GREAT EVENING OF ENTERTAINMENT
Hosted by Judy Norton
M.U.S.I.C. Foundation Gala Benefit
Sunday September 25th
WHAT: With all the bad news of education budget cuts here is a non-profit doing something about it. But with no government help they need support from the community!
Judy Norton along with International and Broadway musical performers are sharing their talents to help raise money for music education in public schools with an entertainment filled gala.
The M.U.S.I.C. Foundation (Music Unlocks Success In Children) is a non-profit organization partnering with public elementary schools in the LA area to provide students with the opportunity to advance academically through the study of music. This program meets the needs of the children in this community that no longer have music instruction in school and cannot afford private music lessons. They give them weekly music instruction, integrated with their core curriculum, to enable them to achieve their academic potential.
Watch our kids tell you in their own words how important it is: http://www.youtube.com/
WHO: : Join our celebrity host, Judy Norton, Broadway performers and Swing Dames at this Gala event. Enjoy drinks, hors d’oeurves, join in the silent auction and see a special award presentation to Stephanie Edwards for her tremendous support. For tickets go to http://www.supportTMF.org/
WHEN: SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25th
WHERE: Hilton Woodland Hills
6360 Canoga Ave.,
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Event sponsorship levels:
Balcony level: $500 4 tickets to the event, program note of thanks
Orchestra: $ 1000 8 tickets to the event, website mention for a year, plus above
1st chair: $1,500 12 tickets to the event your banner displayed at event, plus above
Concert master: $2,000 16 VIP seating tickets, verbal recognition by the emcee, plus above
Conductor: $5,000+ 20 VIP seating tickets, private champagne meet and greet reception with performers, plus above
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Music Unlocks Success In Children. We are a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization bringing music education back to elementary schools in Southern California.