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Summer Camp Fundraising for 2019!
Help me raise the funds for my Let them play camp held in Acworth this July 25-27, 2019. Any donation amount is appreciated and will help pay the expenses for the recreation building rental, food, T-shirts, and field trip expenses for 50 kids during my week long music camp this summer. The facility deposit is due in a few weeks and I appreciate your help in advance. My let them play camp hosts about 50 kids each spring and summer. The camp is free and provides daily meals, music education, field trips, and guest speakers to help enrich the lives of kids who can't afford traditional music lessons. I am a native of Rome, Georgia and a former US Army musician. I have personally witnessed how music can impact the lives of children. In my 10th year of running this camp my goal is to enrich the lives of these young inner-city kids by giving them the gift of music. Thanks again Jason Smith.

"Let them play"provides free summer music camps, and allows children to receive discounted piano lessons for indigent students. We have noticed that many families simply can't afford the cost for music classes. This is tragic because many youth that have musical talents often miss out on the opportunity to nurture their gifts. Your generous donations will help allow children to have a musical education, and a better chance to succeed. 

Let Them Play is a charitable organization under IRC 501(c)(3) therefore your donation is tax deductible. We appreciate donations of any amount. By donating one of the minimum amounts listed below you will have your name or organization listed on our Sponsors' page. Click here for the Sponsor's Page.

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