Dear Friends,Having just returned from Havana, it is clear things are becoming more challenging for our community.I co-founded Horns to Havana seven years ago to address music education issues in Cuba, build bridges to new futures for young music students, and forge a better future between Cuba and the U.S.As you consider your year-end giving, I invite you to join our Horns community  formally with a donation of any size that will benefit children by helping them access instruments, scholarships, and travel outside of their country – all lifelines toward self-sufficiency for the future.Unlike most nonprofits, we put every donation to program services.  I hope you will enjoy our recap below of some of our great successes of 2017 and our advance peek at the Havana Jazz Festival in January.There is always so much to look forward to as we walk this path forward in friendship and in faith for a better future for all.With warm gratitude,
Susan Sillins
Executive Director & Co-Founder
 GIVE THE GIFT OF MUSIC $25 Purchase one tool for instrument artisans $100 One night of room and board for a student in a music education exchange $250 Repair one donated instrument $550 Round trip flight for a student to participate in a music education exchange $1000 Purchase a new instrument for a music studentMain image: This December these five young musicians from music schools throughout Havana became owners of their own instruments. Photo: David GartenClick HERE for full newsletterNEWSLETTER ARCHIVE