Born in Austin, Texas, known as the “Live Music Capital of the World,” Texas Music Water is dedicated to supporting Texas musicians. For every case of water sold, we donate a portion of our proceeds to organizations and music programs in public schools.
Giving Back to Musicians
Most professional musicians in Texas are self-employed and too many have little to no access to affordable basic health care. Additionally, more and more public schools are losing funding for music programs. We believe in encouraging and supporting musicians throughout their careers. Here are some of the organizations we have been able to help give back to:
HAAM – The mission of the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians is to provide access to affordable health care for Austin’s low income, uninsured musicians, focusing on prevention and wellness. For more information visit www.myhaam.org.
SIMS Foundation – The SIMS Foundation’s mission is to provide access to and financial support for mental health and addiction recovery services for musicians and their families. For more information visit www.simsfoundation.org.
Anthropos Arts – Anthropos Arts is an Austin-based nonprofit organization working primarily in the East Austin community to bring top professional musicians into Title I, low-income schools to offer free music lessons, workshops, master classes, and performance opportunities to economically disadvantaged youth. For more information visit anthroposarts.wordpress.com.
Giving Back To Schools
Texas Music Water puts instruments in the hands of young musicians in public schools. Now that’s music to our ears! Contact us if your school would like to do a fundraiser with Texas Music Water in order to raise money for your budding band.
Giving Back To Soldiers
Warrior Cry Music Project – The Warrior Cry Music Project provides wounded soldiers around the country with musical instruments and teaches them to play. By working closely with therapists, Warrior Cry creates an educational and therapeutic music program that gives back to those who help us. For more information visit: http://warriorcry.org.