Letter of Hope by Jubilee Project

Letter of Hope by Jubilee Project

The Jubilee Project released another fundraiser video called “Letter of Hope” to raise awareness and funds for Red Balloon, an organization dedicated to changing a child’s life through music. Sometimes all we can do is hope. This is a story of a girl who chooses to believe in something greater than herself. We were inspired to write this story because of the hope we have in our father in heaven.

Every view raises money for a not-for-profit organization called Red Balloon. They sponsor music therapy programs for the UC Davis Children’s Hospital and organizes annual benefit concerts to bring awareness about music therapy and secure educational opportunities for underserved children. Their mission is to combine the power of music with medicine and believe that something so simple as a red balloon can change a child’s life. Founder Jennifer Tran shares that “I hope music gives back a bit of their childhood and helps make their hospital stays bearable, if not pleasant. I believe that beyond sutures and scalpels, music makes us whole again.”

For every view that the video receives until September 15, 2011, sponsors will each donate a penny. With two sponsors for example, each view will guarantee a donation of 2 cents towards promoting music therapy for children. Sponsors may also choose to cap the amount they donate. People can sign up to become a sponsor at any time before the end of the fundraiser by emailing project.jubilee@gmail.com. Please consider helping in any way possible, whether it’s becoming a sponsor, watching the video, or sharing the video.

See previous causes supported by Jubilee Project including Picture This, Why I Sing, Love Language, Beautiful, and Waiting Game.

Letter of Hope by Jubilee Project