Nurenberg Paris Donates to CIM, Raises Awareness
April 15, 2014
Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy selected the Cleveland Institute of Music as their Charity of the Month for March 2014, resulting in a donation to the CIM Annual Fund for nearly $600 thanks to Facebook followers while also increasing awareness of CIM in the community.
Because community matters to Nurenberg Paris, they promoted our institution on their Facebook page during the month of March while committing to donate $2 to CIM for each new “LIKE” they received on the page.
On Friday, April 11, Tamara Brininger (pictured above next to CIM’s Karin Stone) visited CIM to present a check for $580, representing the 290 Facebook “LIKES” they received during the month.
To all of our patrons who visited and liked their page, we thank you. Of course, we are also extremely grateful to Nurenberg Paris for their support and donation, which comes in the middle of CIM’s annual SayYES to scholarship appeal. Contributions to the SayYES Scholarship Challenge, along with donations like this one from Nurenberg Paris, help support the mission and vision of CIM — to be the center for the education of the complete musician for the 21st Century.
To learn how you can help young musicians SayYES to their dreams, visit cim.edu/sayyes.
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