96% of kids feel more confident after Rock Camp according to 2017 surveys. Donate now!
In 2017, because of you, we provided scholarships for all youth who asked for one (46% of kids in 2016 - that's $14,776!).
We need your support. According to 2017 surveys, 96% of participating kids said that they feel more confident because of Rock Camp. Your tax-deductible donation will not only facilitate the creative collaboration of hundreds of young songwriters and artists, but also authentic, empowering conversation about and exploration of the world we all share.
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Recurring donors help ensure that we can rock out all year long and set our sights higher.
For $5 a month
We can buy 5 guitar cables!Donate
For $10 a month
We can purchase an amp for Bass Class instruction!Donate
For $25 a month
You can provide one full scholarship to Rock Camp!Donate
For $50 a month
You can send 2 kids to Rock Camp and provide lunch for them!Donate
For $100 a month
We can hire a part-time staff member to focus on outreach!Donate
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Check out this message from YA Author and previous YEAH! Board Member Jeff Zentner!
Jeff is the author of two New York Times Notable Books: The Serpent King and In the Wild Light, as well as Goodbye Days and Rayne & Delilah’s Midnite Matinee. Among other honors, he has won the ALA’s William C. Morris Award, the Amelia Elizabeth Walden Award twice, the International Literacy Association Award, the Whippoorwill Award, the Muriel Becker Award, and been longlisted twice for the Carnegie Medal. Before becoming a writer, he was a musician who recorded with Iggy Pop, Nick Cave, and Debbie Harry. He lives in Nashville and served on the YEAH! Board for nine years.
Hi everyone – I’d like to share this sleep story called Autumn Nocturne, which I wrote and recorded for one of my Information Science classes. My buddy Matt Bauer, who’s a genius, does the music. Check him out!
Please feel free to download Autumn Nocturne. If you’re so inclined, toss a couple of bucks to YEAH!, the organization I volunteer for that puts on music education cams and year-long programs. We could use the help to keep putting on awesome arts programming for kids.