Homes 4 Families is proud to announce that the organization just received a grant from the Max H. Gluck Foundation to fund trauma-informed art and drumming for military families. These workshops help participants face, overcome, and manage the invisible wounds of war and struggles that come with the military experience. For our military families, it also helps them build communication skills while spending time with one another and with their neighbors.
In addition, music and arts education is so important for young, growing minds. We want to make sure that our children from low-income families receive access to these types of enriching opportunities.The Max H. Gluck Foundation funds many art and music programs such as The Academy, a program of Carnegie Hall; The Colburn School; The Julliard School; The Art Mobiles at LACMA; Elementary Student Matinee at LA Opera, Symphonies for Schools through the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and many more. Homes 4 Families is incredibly honored to have its trauma-informed programs part of this illustrious list.
About the Max H. Gluck Foundation
The Max H. Gluck Foundation, a private family foundation was established in 1982 by Max Gluck. The first major grant was presented to the University of Kentucky to establish the School of Equine Medicine and Research.
Following the death of her husband, Maxwell, Muriel Gluck became the sole member of the corporation. It was through her vision and dynamic leadership that the mission of the foundation was developed to focus on education and the arts.
The mission of the Max H. Gluck Foundation is to support programs that address the educational, health, cultural, and creative needs of the underserved.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]