FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ACM LIFTING LIVES® ANNOUNCES 2020 GRANT CYCLE RECIPIENTS
ENCINO, CA (December 18, 2019) – ACM Lifting Lives® announced its 2020 grant cycle beneficiaries today with grants for a selection of organizations including Camp Sunshine Inc., CreatiVets, California State University Northridge Foundation, GRAMMY Museum Foundation Inc., The KEYS Program, The Miracle Project, Multiple Sclerosis Achievement Center at Kansas University, Operation Song, Personal Counseling Services, Project C.A.M.P., and Save The Music Foundation. Partnerships with artists and generous giving from fans and the Nashville community enable ACM Lifting Lives to provide funding to organizations that share the same mission, and strive to improve lives through the power of music.
“As we look to the new year, we are excited to share the 2020 grant beneficiary recipients and thrilled to be able to help fund these organizations that make an impact for so many. We are grateful to the country music community who supports ACM Lifting Lives in many ways and allows us to contribute to these worthy charities,” said Lyndsay Cruz, ACM Lifting Lives Executive Director.
Programs funded through this grant cycle include:
California State University, Northridge Foundation – California State University, Northridge (CSUN) Foundation serves as an auxiliary organization to CSUN providing leadership and guidance for the University’s fundraising efforts which helps to maintain the margin of excellence in CSUN’s programs. This grant will support CSUN’s Music Therapy Wellness Clinic which provides individually designed music activities for children and adults with disabilities and special challenges and serves as a teaching clinic for the CSUN Music Therapy option. Funds will support the personnel and technology costs for new music therapy services for adults at Choice Hospital Care. csun.edu/foundation