Answering the Call

After Hurricane Harvey, it was clear that the loss of homes, schools, parks, concert venues, office buildings and even a television station was wide scale and that it would be months before everyone returned to their “new normal.” So many Houstonians were displaced and schools would take weeks to open, but not before some serious […]

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Harvey Instrument Relief at Pasadena and Sheldon ISD Schools

Music Doing Good with Instruments began with a single instrument donation that was redistributed back into the community to a deserving young student. Since 2013, Music Doing Good with Instruments has granted 184 free, gently-used instruments valued at $23,958 to students in need and schools wishing to create or maintain orchestra and/or band programs. The […]

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Hurricane Relief All the Way from Ohio!

We are truly grateful to Erica Lawson at American Festival for the Arts for referring Music Doing Good to the incredibly generous people at Oberlin College and Conservatory in Oberlin, Ohio. They serve approximately 300 students at the Oberlin Community Music School who take private music lessons there. Each year, they hold a 30-day practice […]

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Music Doing Good Initiates Harvey Instrument Relief Program to Restore Flooded Instruments to Band and Orchestra Programs

HOUSTON, TX  (October 3, 2017) – In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Music Doing Good quickly realized that along with the catastrophic loss of residences, commercial buildings, performance halls and green spaces, Houston schools had sustained a devastating loss of musical instruments. Music Doing Good with Instruments is working closely with schools and administrators fielding […]

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