Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
GiveToBenefit, Inc., a start-up social enterprise based in Penn Valley, Pa., has partnered with St. James School, a faith-based middle school in Philadelphia, and the Cunningham Piano Company, the oldest musical instrument location in the Philadelphia region, to raise $4,800 for digital pianos for the school’s music program. The campaign is now accepting donations on GiveToBenefit.com.
The arts are a cornerstone of the curriculum at St. James School, which offers music lessons to every student. The acquisition of portable, space-saving digital pianos will give students more opportunities to learn music in more flexible environments. “Growing the school’s music program is one of our top priorities,” said Head of School David Kasievich. “We are always looking for quality equipment that our instructors and students can enjoy for generations.”
“The Cunningham Piano Company has been supplying – and inspiring – musicians of all ages and abilities with top-quality instruments since 1891,” said Rich Galassini, the company’s co-owner. “This initiative builds on an important tradition of promoting the arts in our region.”
“This partnership bridges the longstanding musical history of Philadelphia with the future of the arts in our region: our youth,” says Daniel M. Sossaman, II, chief executive officer of GiveToBenefit. “Through this fundraiser and others on GiveToBenefit.com that promote the arts and culture, we want to create an impact that will resonate for generations to come.”
About GiveToBenefit, Inc.
Founded in November 2010, GiveToBenefit, Inc., is a social enterprise dedicated to helping non-profits receive high-quality goods from select merchants through online donations. GiveToBenefit is a privately held company based in Penn Valley, Pennsylvania. Its website is GiveToBenefit.com.
To learn more about St. James School, visit stjamesphila.org.
For more information about the Cunningham Piano Company, visit cunninghampiano.com/.