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Nurturing and Exploring the Subconscious Realm

Poor Elijah Foundation

POOR ELIJAH FOUNDATION SETS ITS ROOTS IN MUSIC

Poor Elijah Foundation is dedicated to assisting musicians in need develop strong business ethics within the music industry. Through mentoring, workshops and seminars, PEF will take the working musician and educate them in various aspects of the music industry, e.g. engineering, management, publishing, money management, contract negotiations, and musical education to elevate the art of the artist fostering skills to become more proficient in their craft.

“Music is exciting. It is thrilling to be sitting in a group of musicians playing (more or less) the same piece of music. You are part of a great, powerful, vibrant entity. And nothing beats the feeling you get when you’ve practiced a difficult section over and over and finally get it right. (yes, even on the wood block.) Music is important. It says things you heart can’t say any other way, and in a language everyone speaks. Music crosses borders, turns smiles into frowns, and vice versa. These observations are shared with a hope: that, when schools cut back on music classes, they really think about what they’re doing – and don’t take music for granted.”

– Dan Rather – CBS News

For more information on how you can help support PEF please visit our website.

www.poorelijahfoundation.org

Copyright © 2011 Poor Elijah Foundation
The Poor Elijah Foundation is a national, nonprofit organization of musicians, lawyers, entertainment professionals and artists dedicated to assisting musicians succeed in the music industry. Founded in 2010, PEF has over 6000 supporters, served from offices in Ventura, California. PEF is in the process of applying for tax exemption status. The short and long term plan is to raise monies through the production and promotion of charitable musical events, art exhibits, educational documentaries, and any other such fund-raising that are permitted under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Once all corporation costs are met; the remaining monies raised will go directly to the education/mentoring of musicians.