It is with heavy hearts that we share the news that Wellspring International, the sole funding source for our Songs of Hope program, has been closed by their parent organization. With this news comes the harsh reality that we have to suspend the music therapy services provided through our Songs of Hope program beginning October 1, 2021.
While we grieve the closing of this chapter, please know that our team remains committed and dedicated to the calling which we have and will always follow: to leverage the transformative power of music to bring healing during life’s most trying seasons, and to do so with professionalism, excellence, warmth and compassion.
Who does this Impact?
For the last six years, Songs of Hope has provided music therapy services to:
- Refugees who have resettled in the Atlanta area
- Children experiencing Grief & Loss
- Elderly shut-ins
- Veterans with PTSD
- Hospice & Palliative Care patients
Do you want to see these services continue?
If you or someone you know would like to financially contribute to the continuation of the Songs of Hope program, please contact us to find out how to give a tax-deductible donation to one of our partner organizations who will ensure your donation goes to Songs of Hope, or ask us about our ability to receive scholarship donations directly through Zelle (these are not tax-deductible as Metro Music Therapy is not a 501c3).
Thank you for your belief in our work, and for your continued support of Metro Music Therapy and the Songs of Hope program.