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Teen Organized Group Holds Benefit for Harmony Project

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Jun 06, 2013
Los Angeles, CA

This May a teen organized group, Teens United Live, held a benefit concert to raise funds for the Harmony Project. The concert raised a staggering $25,000 and was covered by NBC News.

Teens United Live was created in 2012 when two 14-year-old students from a private school in Santa Monica heard that funding for a local public school's music program had been cut. The students decided to use their own musical talent to raise money to help. Last year's inaugural event raised $20,000 for a South LA high school. The benefit concert for the Harmony Project was their second annual event.

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About Harmony Project
Harmony Project is an award-winning research-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that targets at-risk youth in underserved areas of Los Angeles. They promote positive youth development through on-going year-round music lessons and ensemble participation.

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