Music school gets $10,000 grant

MANCHESTER – The Manchester Community Music School is proud to announce that Granite United Way’s local volunteer-led Community Impact Committee has awarded the Music School’s 21st Century Community Learning Center Music Outreach Program with a grant for $10,000.

This grant will enable the school to provided musical opportunities to students attending 21st Century after school programs as part of their after school offerings.

Granite United Way’s community investments are determined by a dedicated team of local volunteers who review each application. The organization focuses its investments in the impact areas of Education, Income and Health with the overall mission to improve the quality of people’s lives by bringing together the caring power of communities.

“Granite United Way is proud to partner with the Manchester Community Music School in our shared goal of improving lives throughout our community,” said Patrick Tufts, president and CEO of Granite United Way. “Our teams of local volunteers dedicated hundreds of hours to the review process and we are confident that their decision to invest in the Manchester Community Music School’s 21st Century Community Learning Center Music Outreach Program will bring measurable results we can all be proud of.”

For more information about the Music School, visit mcmusicschool.org or call 644-4548.

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