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Our Social Impact

Carver Foundation

In the summer of 2021, we began a valuable partnership with the Carver Foundation to offer enriching music and art classes to over 100 students in grades K-8 at the Carver Center. This initiative provided young learners with the opportunity to explore their creativity and develop their artistic talents. Building on this success, we expanded our program in the summer of 2022 to include a diverse range of subjects, such as humanities, social sciences, and technology-related topics. We are committed to continuing this partnership and empowering even more students through accessible and engaging educational opportunities.

Carver Foundation

English Language Arts

Since July 2021, we have been offering virtual classes to non-English speaking students worldwide, with a specific focus on English literature and American culture. Our classes have attracted individuals from all over the world, allowing us to bridge language and cultural gaps and provide a platform for students to develop a deeper understanding of English literature and American traditions. Our program has successfully attracted individuals from diverse backgrounds, enabling us to bridge gaps and provide educational opportunities to students from underrepresented communities.

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Girls Who Code

Since September 2021, we have proudly organized two computer programming clubs for girls in grades 3-12 as a host organization for Girls Who Code, a renowned nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the gender gap in the tech industry. These clubs have provided a platform for young women to learn valuable coding skills and connect with inspiring tech mentors. In June 2023, we became an official partner organization of Girls Who Code. This exciting collaboration opened up new opportunities to expand our tech programs and empower even more young women. We are thrilled to continue our mission to foster a supportive and inclusive environment where girls can thrive and excel in the world of technology.

Girls Who Code

Senior Centers

Since December 2021, our organization has been dedicated to bringing the joy of music to senior centers across the United States. Through the power of music, our program uplifts spirits, creates a positive and engaging environment, and contributes to the overall well-being of senior citizens. Our carefully curated concerts feature a diverse range of musical genres and styles, catering to the varied preferences and tastes of our audiences.

Senior Centers


Since March 2021, we have established strong partnerships with libraries, fostering a global network of knowledge-sharing and collaboration. One notable collaboration took place at the prestigious Singapore National Library, where we organized engaging workshops to inspire interest in music. 

(Participants' names and faces are blurred out to abide by all rules and regulations required by the Singapore National Library.)

Singapore National Library


From 2021 to 2022, we have provided the Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA) in Westport with stellar volunteers for their concerts and community events. MoCA partnered with the Westport School of Music (WSM) for a Music Special in the summer of 2022 and we extended our program to provide our volunteer service to support the WSM curriculum and campers.

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