Dear Friends,We recently went to New Orleans to visit our new program partner, the Trombone Shorty Foundation, and to spend time with our new funding partner, the Gia Maione Prima Foundation. It was a true joy.In this day of technology, being present in person with partners, friends, and family still means so much. People-to-people is the traditional Cuban and New Orleanian cultural way to connect.We created this newsletter to connect with you personally even if you are far away, and we haven’t met just yet.Thank you for being on this journey with us in whatever way you choose. If you can share $25 or more, we welcome your financial support to help us keep building our beautiful community and expanding the life-changing work we do through music. Donate HERE.Enjoy the stories below and happy almost-summer to you and your friends and family.Warmly,
Susan Sillins
Co-Founder & Executive Director
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