Five years ago, we met 26 students at South High School in Columbus, Ohio. We made an investment in their lives.
Five years later, 100 students are participating weekly in after-school programming where their voices are being empowered and their energies are being focused to give back to their community in service.
South High School is located in one of Columbus’ most socioeconomically challenged neighborhoods. 89.3% of all students at South High School qualify for free lunch, which means their annual family income is less than $15,171.
Without YOUR SUPPORT, the life-changing opportunities our program provides would not be possible.
Our May 24th show at the historic Ohio Theatre has sold out!
We have added a second show on May 25th,
tickets are now on sale.
To purchase (prices $25/$50), call 614-564-9300 or email
CHANGING THE TUNE. CHANGING THE COMMUNITY.
Harmony Project is a non-profit organization with a mission of connecting people across social divides through the arts, education, and volunteer community service. Working together, we build a social infrastructure that unites the community for the greater good, bringing about real results in real time.
The Goal: A Community in Harmony.
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Our programs reach underserved neighborhoods, public schools, housing facilities, prisons, and communities across the globe, utilizing music as a tool for strengthening the voice of each person, while creating a powerful collective voice for the greater community.
Our service projects are designed to build unlikely coalitions and foster unconventional collaborations by setting aside issues that divide us and focusing us on immediate community need. Public art murals, community gardening, neighborhood cleanups, and tree planting are just a few ways our volunteers give back.
Our programs and projects are shared via social media and YouTube to reach a broader audience. Harmony Project videos have received over 200,000 views and have reached around the world to inspire other communities to action.