Hard Rock Cafe in Niagara Falls, USA has granted the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame and its Musician Medics Program a $5,000 grant.
The Hard Rock Cafe grant, called the 'Hard Rock Heals Foundation Grant,' will support the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame's music programs in area hospitals and healthcare facilities.
The Hard Rock Heals Foundation is a global charity and its' motto: "Love.Amplifed. seeks to inspire us all to turn up the volume and deliver the message that lives can be improved through the power of music."
The Hard Rock International and the Hard Rock Heals Foundation, chose the Hard Rock Cafe in Niagara Falls, USA out of over 200 Hard Rock properties around the world to receive this grant.
"The grants bestowed by the Foundation will be used for community-run music a program, which means that Hard Rock International and Hard Rock Heals Foundation now support close to 100 music organizations in more than 40 countries around the world," Kellie Brown, Manager of Global Philanthropy for Hard Rock International, said.
Brown says Hard Rock Cafe Niagara Falls has a long history with the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame.
Program Manager, Richard Sargent, says the grant will allow the group to provide comfort and joy to more children and veterans.
For more information about the grant winners, click here.