Our We Talk Music "Violence Prevention Program" depends on the generosity of others to sponsor or help provide a program for schools and youth organizations. Please take a look at the many ways you can help us provide violence prevention programs for area schools.
Ways to Help
*Make a donation* *Support the Newsletter*
*Sponsor a Program*
*Hire the Band*
*Donate Office Equipment*
* Support our Fundraiser*
*Book Signing Event*
*Donate A Vehicle*
*Donate Musical Equipment*
We are asking people and organizations from all over the world to support this non-violent behavior program by making a contribution because violence affects all of us wherever we live.
Mr. James Mudcat Grant Author of "The Black Aces" his first book on the obstacles and struggles of Blacks in Baseball, Inspired by the creation of The Negro Leagues and the Integration of Baseball. Available on this web-site and a portion of the proceeds go to "We Talk Music". Mr. Grant is available for Speaking Engagements. Contact Mr Grant at email@example.com
Mr. Mudcat Grant, a native of Lacoochee, Florida, was the first African-American 20 game winner in the American League and the first African-American to win a World Series game. Learn more by clicking on the picture
A Symbol of Hope for Peace.
A picture and symbol of hope for peace among our youth. We Talk Music believes the earlier the grade you start to teach Prevention Skills and give Intervention Idea's which are tools to live by, the earlier we will see more peace in the world. We must start now to see the effects on this generation and the generations to come.
The We Talk Music Programis happy to accept financial donations through our easy Pay Pal system. All Financial Donations are tax deductible and assist our program in covering operating cost, purchasing books and materials as handouts for student. Other cost include Musicians, Motivational Speakers and will assist in expanding our services to more youth organizations, schools and churches.
Thank You! for Giving A Helping Hand to Violence Prevention
*Programs for Schools, Churches, and Youth Organizations*