Notes For Notes
Notes for Notes is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing youth with FREE access to musical instruments, instruction and recording studio environments so that music may become a profoundly positive influence in their lives. We build, equip and staff after-school recording studios called MusicBoxes: positive, safe, and inspiring recording studio environments that offer youth the opportunity to explore, create and record music for FREE.
The MusicBoxes are drop-in studios offering free instruction and access to guitars, basses, drums, keyboards/synths, DJ turntables, computer workstations with music creation software and a full recording studio. MusicBoxes are located at Boys and Girls Clubs in Santa Barbara, CA; Nashville, TN; Santa Monica, CA; and coming soon to Ventura, CA and Detroit, MI.
There are currently three MusicBoxes in Nashville, TN at the Andrew Jackson Boys & Girls Club, Cleveland Park Boys & Girls Club, and the Preston Taylor Boys & Girls Club.
For more information on Notes For Notes please visit their website.
Phoenix Club Of Nashville
The Phoenix Club of Nashville (PCON) is a registered 501(c) (3) organization for young professional men based in Nashville, Tennessee that raises money in social settings for the benefit of disadvantaged youth. The Phoenix Club parent organization was founded in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1955, with the Nashville Chapter being founded in 2001. They are a catalyst in raising funds for Nashville youth and youth programs with a specific focus on supporting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee. The club raises money in a manner that challenges members to reach out into the community for funds that enable our disadvantaged youth to prosper. In 2013, PCON surpassed $1 million in giving since its inception and expanded its work to support additional organizations.
The Phoenix Club is a dynamic cross section of young professionals. Among Phoenix Club alumni in Nashville are countless non-profit board members, community leaders, businessmen, entrepreneurs, bankers, sales professionals, attorneys, architects, engineers, developers, insurers, accountants, and physicians. With effort in this exciting initiative, members make long lasting friendships while giving back to the Nashville community. Men invited to join have always been required to meet two basic requirements: hold a sincere interest in furthering the goals of the Phoenix Club, and have potential for future leadership in the community. While this club continues to take on a character and life all its own, it is based on principles that have changed the lives of young children in Tennessee for over half a century. Membership enables life-long personal and professional friendships to be formed.
To learn more about the Phoenix Club of Nashville please visit their website.