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  • Harmony Project helps kids improve their grades and lives

    Harmony Project provides instruments and six hours of music instruction every week to children from low-income families. All of this tender loving care is already showing results with higher grades and more stability in the lives of now 60 students.

Harmony Project provides instruments and six hours of music instruction every week to children from low-income families. All of this tender loving care is already showing results with higher grades and more stability in the lives of now 60 students.
Harmony Project provides instruments and six hours of music instruction every week to children from low-income families. All of this tender loving care is already showing results with higher grades and more stability in the lives of now 60 students.

The Harmony Project helps Kansas City kids achieve through music

June 22, 2016 10:00 AM