Music Changing Lives
Rating: 4.5 stars 2 2 reviews
Arts & Culture
P.O. Box 6160 Moreno Valley CA 92554 USA
Music Changing Lives provides a fully equipped, state-of-the-art, recording studio utilized to teach our youth the basics of recording and producing quality music. Our mission is, “To teach our participants they can live beyond their current reality.” Parents are looking for a place to take their children to play and learn in a safe, enriching environment. They realize that to leave their children unsupervised and without vision is to court disaster. The myriad of components in our program allow children to be actively involved in something positive and productive each day after school, thereby allowing their parents to be sufficed knowing their child is secure and thriving while they are at work. In turn, the parent has a reduced stress level and increased productivity, as well as reduced absenteeism on the job. This results in a win-win situation for children, parents, employers, and communities.
MCL has proven it’s a result driven organization focused on fine arts as an incentive program. Not only have we completed our first compellation album, we also have plans of hosting our first art gallery within just six months of having a physical location to service our youth. At our community center located in Redlands, CA. Most importantly, 40% of our students have improved their grade point average by an average of 1 point, significantly improving their chances of graduation.
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MCL is an incredible organization combining professional media production and serving at risk youth...excited to see what 2010 holds for this group!
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
expand locations, do larger more high profile events, expand services and staff
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