Music Compound contributes to Child Protection Center
Local music school sells craft soda advent calendars to support mission of child welfare nonprofit
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SARASOTA, FL - Local music school Music Compound continued its tradition of "giving back" with a recent donation of $1,500 to the Child Protection Center. The funds were raised through the sale of craft soda advent calendars, titled "24 Days of Cheer." The kid-friendly items featured 24 craft soda flavors including butterbeer, sour apple, candied bacon, chocolate raspberry root beer, and more.
Music Compound owner Jenny Townsend was a "Captain" for the CPC's 40th anniversary celebration last year, helping the organization to raise significant funds to support its prevention, intervention and treatment programs. She and fellow Gulf Coast Community Foundation Leadership Institute (2015) peer Brent Alexander of Escape Countdown came up with the fundraising idea to support the CPC; Alexander took on the costs and production of the advent calendars and he and Jenny sold them for $60 at their respective businesses, with all proceeds going to the CPC.
Since its founding in 2016, Music Compound has donated more than $50,000 to local nonprofit organizations.
PHOTO AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST: Music Compound owner Jenny Townsend with Child Protection Center community engagement associate Lou Ann Linn
About Music Compound
The Music Compound provides an environment to inspire, collaborate and educate children and adults in pursuit of their love of music. The goal is to transform dreams into reality by providing a contemporary and influential environment for musicians of all ages. For more information, visit musiccompound.com.