Bonnie Raitt Lady Gaga
Steven Van Zandt of the E Street Band jams with our kids.
1. Join our Honorary Board: Join B.B. King, Bonnie
Raitt, Paul Simon and many others. It’s a loweffort/high-impact way to be there for the kids.
2. Visit one of our classrooms: It’s a moment of a
lifetime for the kids. Just ask Slash, Tom Waits,
Ziggy Marley, or others.
3. Link to our website: www.littlekidsrock.org
4.Text-To-Donate: Ask your fans to text “ROCK”
to 80888 to donate $10. Mention the campaign
during a media interview, on your social media
channels, or other artists and friends about what
we do and ask them to get involved. We thrive on
word of mouth!
5. Donate an item for action: Autographed
instruments, unique memorabilia and artwork.
We can even provide the item, but you make it
special by signing it.
Darlene Love and Brian Wilson at a benefit event with our students.
6. Endorse Our Curriculum: If you say it’s cool, our
kids will think so too! We know it works, so help
us show the world innovative our methods really
7. Record a Public Service Announcement:
We have a number of brief PSA’s about
Little Kids Rock. Consider recording one
in a convenient location.
8. Invite our kids to a sound check: Sitting in on
a sound check before a concert is a mind-blowing
experience for the kids!
9. Play a benefit concert/event: Host or be a
special guest of honor at a Little Kids Rock benefit,
and introduce us to your fans.
10. Suggest something new: You may have
other ways you’d like to be involved.
Josh Groban delivers instruments to a Little Kids Rock classroom.
Little Kids Rock does a
great job getting kids excited
about music, picking up the slack from
budget cuts to music programs in
our schools. They deserve
thing about a music
education is to get
off the streets.”
“Little Kids Rock brings
cool water to the desert.
Unfortunately, a desert is what
arts education in the schools
(Big & Rich)
“Every child has
the right to bear
”Being a musician is
something that is good for the
soul and good for the character
because it teaches you a lot about
discipline. I think it’s a really
great creative outlet.”
(Red Hot Chili Peppers)
(Black Eyed Peas)
“I’d like to see Little
Kids Rock in a lot more schools.
Young kids playing instruments,
composing their own music and
recording their own songs?
That is something I just
have to get behind.”
“In times like these,
when arts are being forced
out of our schools, encouraging
self-confidence in kids through music
is absolutely essential.”