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Ukulele Kids Club Brings Healing Powers of Music to a Red Cross Shelter

Ukulele Kids Club Brings Healing Powers of Music to a Red Cross Shelter American Red Cross | Oct 13, 2017 Story and photos by Chris Genin, American Red Cross volunteer Shelter residents and volunteers gathered to the sound of a live band, featuring the ukulele, playing at the Greenspoint Mall Shelter in Houston. Children sang …

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The Power of a Ukulele on Healing Hospitalized Children

The Power of a Ukulele on Healing Hospitalized Children WSMV-TV, Nashville TN | Terry Bulger | Jul 5, 2017 “Congrats to Stephanie Epstein at Holtz Children’s Hospital. You remain our Modern Hero.” Meet Stephanie, our everyday hero who helps children as they heal through her innovative use of music and song. https://youtu.be/_kn0JyCcJ3A Doctors, nurses and …

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Modern Hero

Modern Hero Modern Hero | Jul 19, 2017 “Congrats to Stephanie Epstein at Holtz Children’s Hospital. You remain our Modern Hero.” Meet Stephanie, our everyday hero who helps children as they heal through her innovative use of music and song.

One Instrument At A Time

One Instrument At A Time YouTube | Bob Tigert | May 25, 2017 Music Therapists speak candidly about the use and value of ukuleles provided by Ukulele Kids Club. “Making a difference one instrument at a time.”

Huffington Post

The Ukulele Kids Club Is Striking A Chord With Children In Hospitals Around the Country The Huffington Post | Cameron Keady | Apr 7, 2015 This musician is really tuned in to how to put a smile on these kids’ faces. Through a nonprofit organization called the Ukulele Kids Club, guitarist Corey Bergman is using …

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MiamiHerald.com

In The News Miami Herald | Carli Teproff | Jul 16, 2014  Donated Ukuleles Brighten Mood For Hospitalized Children Five-year-old Olando Edouardo had never played a ukulele before but, somehow, he made it look easy. He put the small wooden instrument on his lap, placed one thumb on the base and strummed the strings with …

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