Support ACMS & The Harmony Initiative: #HarmonizeATX

 

What does it mean to Harmonize ATX?

It means supporting ACMS’s core mission to provide music education to all Austinites by giving a tax-deductible gift. ACMS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization driven to ensure that anyone who wants music in their life can have it. We believe that music is a vital part of every person’s development and well-being and it is our aim to remove barriers that prevent people from receiving enriching music making opportunities and education.

 

Give to #HarmonizeATX

 

Who benefits when you give?

  • ACMS Teaching Artists and Staff 
    Donations help ACMS retain top-notch faculty and staff who are not only incredibly knowledgeable musicians, they are also driven by their devotion to their students and to serving the community of Austin.  
     
  • ACMS Students, Families, and Friends 
    Donations in conjunction with earned revenue from classes and lessons keep our great ship afloat, creating and maintaining the welcoming and safe ideals that are ACMS. Those ideals create an environment that embraces diverse perspectives and lets everyone know their joy belongs in this community. 
     
  • Community Programming Participants 
    Music should be a part of everyone’s life, but it isn’t always readily accessible or equitable. Your donations make sure the emotional healing that music can bring reaches deep into the heart of Austin. Programs within the Harmony Initiative bridge the gap and bind communities together that otherwise might not connect, creating one large ACMS community rich in its outlook towards a hopeful future. 

Tax-deductible contributions of all amounts are most welcome. Give online, call 512-474-2331, or mail your gift to:

(Make your checks payable to Armstrong Community Music School)

Armstrong Community Music School
3267 Bee Caves Road, Suite 107
PMB 82
Austin, TX 78746



Contact us with any questions you might have. For giving, please contact Courtney Tellman, Director of Development, at (512) 474-2331 or email ctellman@acmsaustin.org.