Music & Memory Receives Support From Music Row Community

Pictured (L-R): Emilie Glover, Redlight Management; Cyndi Forman, UMPG Nashville; Julie Dowd, Blakeford @ Green Hills; Tammy Helm, UMPG Nashville

Pictured (L-R): Emilie Glover, Redlight Management; Cyndi Forman, UMPG Nashville; Julie Dowd, Blakeford @ Green Hills; Tammy Helm, UMPG Nashville

The organization Music Row for Music & Memory presented checks recently to various care facilities in the Nashville area that offer the Music & Memory program. The money will be used for laptops, iPods, and other accessories.

“It feels great to watch our fundraising efforts pay off right here at home in Nashville. We will continue to find ways to bring awareness to this wonderful program,” said Cyndi Forman, Vice President, Creative, at Universal Music Publishing Group Nashville.

“We are very appreciative of the generous donation that Music Row for Music & Memory recently presented Blakeford with. This gift will allow us to purchase more iPods for our residents and give us the ability to touch more lives with this powerful program,” said Holli Passmore, Director of WellLife and Administrator of Independent Living Services.

Music & Memory is a non-profit organization that brings personalized music into the lives of the elderly. By providing access and education, the goal is to make this form of personalized therapeutic music a standard of care throughout the health care industry.

For more, visit musicandmemory.org.

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