WAYS YOU CAN SUPPORT KEY TO CHANGE
Your tax-deductible gift will support music students in underserves communities throughout South King County.
BECOME A PARTNER AND INCREASE YOUR IMPACT
As a partner and advocate for Key to Change, your meaningful investment will directly benefit students by supplying resources such as metronomes, strings, and instruments. Or better yet, you can fund a student scholarship to work directly with Quinton Morris at his studio or during summer festivals. Ready to make an impactful investment in music education?
All donations made to Key to Change are tax-deductible. Donors will receive a letter of receipt following their gift.
Cash and in-kind donations from our donors and partners allow Key to Change to bring music performances, educational programming and community outreach projects to youth around the globe.
We are incredibly thankful for the businesses and donors who have helped us achieve our goal of inspiring youth to think creatively about how they can have a positive impact on their respective communities:
Board of Directors
- Dr. Quinton Morris, Associate Professor of Violin and Chamber Music, Seattle University
- Trevor Cobb, Vice President, Goldman Sachs & Co.
- Jordan Babineaux, Seahawks Legend & NFL Analyst
- Alan Garrett, Attorney, Liberty Mutual
- Matthew Byers, Director of Enterprise Communications, Seattle University
- Iann Jensen, CPA, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP.
- Viesta Morris, Office Manager, King County
- Sean Greenlee, District Manager, Starbucks Coffee Company
- Bernard Ablola, Founder, Think Strategy
- Alexander Diaz, Territory Manager, Uber
- Stephanie Ellis-Smith, Philanthropist and Community Leader
- Vivian Phillips, Chair, Seattle Arts Commission
- Marcie Maxwell, Community Leader
- Peter Drury, Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations, Seattle Children’s Hospital