Empowering Youth Through Musical Self Expression
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Our Partners

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Community Partners

 

Surviving The Odds Project has directly collaborated with the following incredible community partners to provide our program:

  • The Multicultural Center of Marin (MCM), formerly known as the Canal Welcome Center, will be providing fiscal sponsorship until STOP acquires 501(c)(3) non-profit status.  We are also partnering to provide a radio broadcast of STOP music on TayRadioMarin.

  • Legion Beats will be providing recording studio space and its engineers will mix and master the songs created by our participants.  

  • The Community Media Center of Marin (CMCM) trained the STOP Team in music video production and editing. They will also broadcast music videos on their local tv channel and live stream the graduation performance.


Fiscal Sponsor

MulTICULTURAL CENTER of MArin

 www.cwcenter.org

www.cwcenter.org



Recording Studio

Legion BEats

 www.legionbeats.com

www.legionbeats.com



Video Production

Community media center of Marin

 www.cmcm.tv

www.cmcm.tv


STOP will maintain an extensive network of other community programs and resources, and provide referrals based on the needs of our participants. Here are some of the premier organizations we have partnered with:

  • T.R.E.E. (Teaching Reaching Exploring Excelling) is an organization founded by Lamar Walker, one of the STOP team, which teaches Marin County TAY to hone their musical talents and monetize their craft to create financial independence and provide exposure to different career paths in the music industry.

  • Opening The World (OTW) is a program designed to empower youth and expose them to a world beyond their own, through volunteer, leadership, educational and cultural experiences within their communities and abroad .


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Collaboration is valuable because it helps us transcend our individual limits and create something greater than ourselves.
— Bob SUllo