Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!
For Joining Us to Help Children Learn Music

We can’t thank you enough for partnering with All Kids Need Music, a music charity for children.  We are grateful that you recognize the transformative power of music to help children learn music who are underprivileged and at risk.  You will receive a donation receipt for your tax purposes by mail.  If you did not include your address in your donation transaction, please send it to us now, or we can deliver digitally if you prefer.  Click HERE to send us your contact info.

As we partner together, we want you to feel free to reach out at any time.  You can call me, Ed Kelly, at 908-244-4943, or e-mail me at For more information on being a music champion for children, please contact us HERE.

Be sure that we have your e-mail address so that you can receive the monthly newsletter from our music charity for children.  We will share program progress and success stories for the wonderful children that we have been given the privilege to serve because of your generosity.

Generous Donations to All Kids Need Music are Changing Children’s Lives

Through a generous donation to our music charity for children, a young boy now has the opportunity to learn how to sing. His group manager told us, “Thank you so much for the lessons. Ty is really enjoying Sergio!! Thank you again for this special gift.”

If you would like more information about teaming with All Kids Need Music, a music charity for children, please visit us HERE to become a Music Champion for U.S. orphans. 

All Kids Need Music is an IRS registered 501(c)(3) organization.
EIN: 85-3493941

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