Rapsodic Offers Music as an Alternative to Violence in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Chattanooga, TN, February 08, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Rapsodic announces the launch of their website and campaign to start a community based program to supply low income children with musical instruments and Hamilton County classrooms with much needed supplies. The goal of the organization is to involve children in music at an early age, and providing them with mentors to help them achieve success in learning a skill in the arts. This would also provide them with built-in peer group of like-minded children with similar goals.

The organization is seeking to give children and young adults an alternative to joining gangs or resorting to violence in situations, hopefully renewing their interest in an educational area. They are currently seeking donations of gently used instruments to be repaired, volunteers to teach and mentor, and financial assistance from community members. They are also seeking to find the needs in the Chattanooga area.

“We welcome feedback and questions. We want this to be a community project, and we can’t do that without the community being involved. If we can change the life of even one child, this will be a worthwhile project, but the goal is to reach all the children we can,” says Alice Turner, project founder.

For more information about Rapsodic, Alice Turner, project founder can be reached at:

Alice Turner
Rapsodic Music Programs
website: http://rapsodic.org

Alice Turner