MATCHING GRANT OFFERS MUSIC THERAPY TO ALL RESIDENTS!
Introducing the Friedmann/Tuber/Hirsch Matching Grant Challenge
In October of 2021, The Friedmann/Tuber Program for Cognitive Therapies was launched to provide Music Therapy services for those with dementia at The Selfhelp Home. Since that time, the program has expanded to include residents who do not have a specific dementia diagnosis but have other needs, such as those on our short-term rehab floor and those in assisted and independent living coping with loss. The Friedmann/Tuber Program for Cognitive Therapies has grown to provide more than double the number of individual sessions.
In order to expand Music Therapy to all residents of The Selfhelp Home, a $30,000 matching grant challenge is being offered between August and October, 2023. Any donation of any size designated for Music Therapy and received by Selfhelp by October 31, 2023, will qualify for the matching grant, up to $30,000 in total donations. This generous and inspiring matching grant is courtesy of Phil Friedmann and Craig Tuber, who provided the original seed capital that started Selfhelp’s Music Therapy program, in addition to Selfhelp President Austin Hirsch. We could not be more grateful to these amazing gentlemen for their partnership and vision.