Support Key to Change

Key to Change Season for Change

We are honored to ask for your support as we continue to serve our students in South King County. Your donation will ensure that students receive the world-class music instruction they deserve.

Key to Change is grateful to all of our individual donors, foundations and corporate sponsors and we acknowledge your support throughout the year at our various events. Each are at recitals with gratitude on our programs and in announcements, as well as on our website, in our promotional videos and on social media.

Individual donations as well as grants and sponsorships from foundations, government agencies and corporations are essential sources of support for Key to Change. We are very grateful for the organizations that participate in the funding of our general operations, specific projects, and special campaigns. All levels of support are appreciated and help Key to Change to provide this vital community resource. Sponsorships for events and fundraisers are available.

Read our Case for Support here.

DONATION LEVELS

Please consider a gift to Key to Change. Your donation provides scholarships to students in South King County requiring financial assistance.

Become Our Friend
$25.00/mo (or a single donation of $350.00 for a semester) provides one semester of weekly ½ hour group lessons for a young violinist in South King County.

Join Our Community
$45.00/mo (or a single donation of $630.00) provides one semester of weekly 1 hour group lessons for a young violinist in South King County.

Help Us Build
$60.00/mo (or a single donation of $840.00) provides one semester of weekly 1 hour private lessons for a young violinist in South King County.

Be the Key to Change
$100.00/mo (or a single donation of $1200.00) provides one semester of weekly 1 hour group lessons for two young violinists in South King County.

Benefactor
$250.00/mo (or a single donation of $3,000.00) provides one semester of weekly 1 hour group lessons to five students in South King County.

Patron
$500.00/mo (or a single donation of $6,000.00) provides one semester of weekly 1 hour group lessons to ten students in South King County.

Superhero
$1000.00/mo (or a single donation of $12,000.00) provides a year of weekly 1 hour group lessons to 20 students in South King County.

Angel
$2500.00/mo (or a single donation of $30,000.00) provides a year of of weekly 1 hour group lessons to 55 students in South King County.

Click the button below to make a gift today, or mail your donation to:
The Key to Change
P.O. Box 16787
Seattle, WA 98116-0787

“My daughter and I used to think of playing the violin as a nice little dream for her, and now it has become a very reachable goal thanks to Key to Change. We are fortunate to have such a skilled violin teacher in South King County and hope others can benefit from Dr. Morris’ passion for teaching violin”


Alma Uffenorde
Key to Change Parent 

WAYS TO GIVE

Does your company have a matching gift program? Please check with your employer. Matching gifts are a great way to help maximize your donation!

If you are interested in corporate sponsorship, donating stock or securities, naming the Key to Change in your will, or have questions about supporting our organization, please contact Dr. Quinton Morris at qmorris@keytochangestudio.org.

The Key to Change is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Our EIN is 47-4809104.

You may also mail your donation to:
The Key to Change
P.O. Box 16787
Seattle, WA 98116-0787

Thank You to Our Sponsors

We are incredibly thankful for the businesses and sponsors who have supported us in our mission of inspiring youth through music and education, including:

Board of Directors

  • Dr. Quinton Morris, Associate Professor of Violin and Chamber Music, Seattle University
    • William Yu, Regional Assistant Vice President, Bank of America
    • Micaela Pearson, Development Coordinator, Classical KING FM
    • 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
          • Keith Thomas, Consultant, Lenati

          Advisory Board

          • 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