12 Days of Music
Give the gift of MUSIC this holiday season. For $50 you can buy an hour of MUSIC THERAPY for someone who needs it most. Donate between December 13th-24th & be you'll be entered into a daily prize draw for cool music items from Roland Canada, Hard Rock Casino Vancouver, Skullcandy, Logiix & more.
We all understand the power of music. It makes us run faster, cry in movies, and transports us to memorable times in our lives. For some, it also heals.
This holiday season, purchase an hour of music therapy for those that need it most from the Music Heals Charitable Foundation. For every $50 you can sponsor one hour of music therapy. Donors receive a charitable tax receipt for the full amount, and 100% of your donation will go to local music therapy programs.
Pay for 1 hour of music therapy, or sponsor an entire 8 hour day!
Music Heals is a Vancouver-based foundation that raises money and awareness for music therapy across Canada, and has donated almost a half-million dollars in just three years to programs serving children, seniors, palliative care, the autism spectrum, bereavement support, burn units, rehabilitation, and more. In fact, Music Heals is just $35,000 short of this goal of a half-million dollars donated. Help us get there.
Every day during the 12 Days Of Music campaign (December 13th-24th) we will draw one name from the list of donors that day and give away a cool music item from generous sponsors like:
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
Hard Rock Casino Vancouver
Red Cat Records
Tell your friends.
Give the gift of music at www.12DaysOfMusic.com
The fine print:
Prizes have no cash value and must be excepted as awarded. Tickets are transferable to a friend. Non-ticket prizes maybe mailed to the prize winner anywhere in Canada. To enter the contest without purchase, email name & contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Music Heals, visit www.musicheals.ca or find us on Instagram and Twitter at @MusicHeals_ca, and on Facebook at Facebook.com/musichealscanada
What does music make you feel or do? Share your answer on social media using the hashtag #MusicMakesMe