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Musician Stereotypes Redefined

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Dennis

White Bear Lake, MN
United States
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Volunteered to help a vet suffering from PTSD in the Wounded Warrior Project to rediscover his connection with the land. I will be helping him establish gardens at his home.

Melissa

MA
United States
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I do volunteer work for Heifer Project International and the American Cancer Society.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating because my mom told me to- but I fold that I really like this project :)

Kendra

Chicopee, MA
United States
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For years I taught kids who couldn't afford private lessons how to read, understand and make music. Through this I also have people in difficult situations a reason to get up in the morning and feel productive and positive. I share my love of music with as many people as I can.

Chuck

Spencer, MA
United States
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I perform music for non-profit organizations as a donation to help add to their events. I get other musicians to join me in this effort. There are certain events like this that I have played for every year for over 20 years, like the Central Mass Housing Alliance's Walk for the Homeless and the Massachusetts Audubon's Hey Day at Wachusett Meadow.
Why are you participating?: 

I like to see and encourage people doing good for other people and living things and hope we can promote this by example.

Tracy

Harvard, MA
United States
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I manage a non-profit Arts organization that supports opportunities for all to experience the power of music.
Why are you participating?: 

This is a very cool project.

Nick

Worcester, MA
United States
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I help those in need by doing lots of charity work, such as famines, cleaning up littler, and I always help people in need when i see them struggling.

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