Rheuben Allen Education Foundation Public Charity

Join us for the summer music programs for young people sponsored by
the Rheuben Allen Education Foundation and the New Testament Church
These classes will be held in the New Testament Church and Local Area Schools:
More information to follow early next week.

Click here for the application:

Rheuben Allen Education Foundation Public Charity

$10,000.00 General Fund Donation
$5,000.00  General Fund Donation
$1,000.00 General Fund Donation
$500.00 General Fund Donation
$100.00 General Fund Donation
$50.00 General Fund Donation
$25.00 General Fund Donation

$10.00 General Fund Donation


Donation Note from Rheuben

Rheuben Allen Education Foundation Public Charity

RAEF and the New Testament Church Community Outreach Music Program Partnership

New Articles by Al Rice – The Clarinet

Everette Harp talks about RAEF..   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qq8il-nDwgE&t=47s

Follow along with one of Everette’s solos and learn: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ul5Mjz-FoOA

To download free Studies, Exercises Master Fingering Charts go to www.rheubendownloads.com

 

Note from the Chairman:
Hi everyone,
We at the Rheuben Allen Education Foundation would like to thank all the people that have supported us in the past. Your generosity has made it possible for us to provide over 200 plus instruments to underprivileged deserving students and other non-profit organizations.  But our work is not done… and we still need your help to continue enriching the lives of children through music.
We know time are tough and there are a lot of good non-profit organizations asking you for money… we are looking for people that love music and want to help children to donate $5, $10, $15 or $20 a month to help us keep giving the gift of music to these kids. And of course, any one-time donation is really appreciated.
We have several noted musicians that have allowed us to make signature instruments to provide these children, Kenny G, Dave Koz, Count Basie and others.

All the Board of Directors, Board of Advisors and staff are volunteers. We have a very low overhead and 95% of the money donated goes to provide the kids with instruments. As the manufacturer of the instruments we can give more bang for the buck since there is no middle man.
Thanks you for your time and generosity.
Rheuben Allen

We work with other Non-Profit Organizations to help get instruments to children.

The photo is Kenny & Rheuben at the Kenny G NAMM booth 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Click here to go to rheubendownloads.com and download free scales, studies and exercise

A Painless way to donate to the Rheuben Allen Education Foundation Public Charity (RAEF)
Use our AmazonSmile  link every time your shop Amazon and Amazon will donate to Rheuben Allen Education Foundation. You can also join the AmazonSmile program and set it up so that every time you shop that, with every purchase, a donation is made to the Foundation. Please see the link at the bottom of the page for more information.

Children can apply directly to us to get instruments if they cannot afford them and the Rheuben Allen Education Foundation Public Charity will give an instrument to the child at no cost to the parent, grandparent and or guardian.  Please just fill out the application form on this site.

Interview with Conrad Johnson student by Mr. Rick Izumi

 

Rheuben Allen Education Foundation Public Charity Mission Statement

Our mission is to enrich, balance and advance the lives of impoverished kids (K- 12) through music. The Rheuben Allen Education Foundation donates brand new traditional instruments to foundations, schools, churches, organizations and individuals who demonstrate a need for and commitment to playing and/or teaching the instrument(s). The Rheuben Allen Education Foundation also provides quality music education videos and master classes by iconic players and educators that relate to music, playing musical instruments and instrument maintenance.

Thanks,
Rheuben

Why I started the Rheuben Allen Education Foundation

When I was a young man growing up in Oklahoma I was not a very good student. I had an eye problem that made it hard for me to read without getting a headache so I didn’t like to read.  My parents were told I had a learning disability and was for the most part very overweight. My self-esteem was not good.  My sister’s boyfriend Ed (who later became her husband) played the saxophone and I thought I would like to play the saxophone. Well the band director talked my father into having me play the clarinet… as I began to improve and found I could do something good my self-esteem grew. Playing the clarinet has changed my life and I want to offer that chance to other deserving young people.

Walter Reed Middle School Band

Rheuben Allen Education Foundation Public Charity