Making a Difference: Our Causes


​Wounded Warriors​

Wounded Warriors is our main cause, and one that is extremely important to Beethoven Found. We have held countless concerts and events on behalf of Wounded Warriors: it’s our way of saying, ‘Thank You’ for their dedication and loyalty to the United States and the citizens they have pledged their lives to protect.​Sept. 11 also served as a catalyst for conflicts Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). Operation Iraqi Freedom refers to military operations in Iraq that began March 19, 2003 and officially ended August 31, 2010. Operation Enduring Freedom refers to combat operations in Afghanistan and other regions in support of the Global War on Terror.With advancements in battlefield medicine and body armor, an unprecedented percentage of service members are surviving severe wounds or injuries. For every U.S. soldier killed in World Wars I and II, there were 1.7 soldiers wounded. In Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, for every U.S. soldier killed, seven are wounded. Combined, there have been almost 42,000 injured in the two conflicts – nearly 32,000 injured in Operation Iraqi Freedom and nearly 10,000 in Operation Enduring Freedom.​

We will never forget our vietnam Vets and soldiers from other Wars. They all need our help, and you can help!


Save the Music

Since it’s beginning, Beethoven Found has given hundreds of musical instruments to deserving students. Our “Save the Music” program purchases brand new musical instruments for students. With the dropout rate of high school students in the DMV for certain demographics approaching 67%, studies show 95% of high school students who are involved in a music program graduate and go on to college — a staggering statistic! Many of our high schools have wonderful music programs with dedicated teachers, but inferior or no musical instruments. Beethoven Found has given thousands and thousands of dollars worth of instruments to the most deserving students in under-served communities.



Feed the Hungry

Ms. Rebecca Stamps (pictured above) is the volunteer food and clothing ‘rain maker’ for Project Blessing. She lives in Lincoln Heights and operates Project Blessing out of an empty apartment that was provided by the DC government. Ms. Stamps is assisted by many volunteers within the community. Clothing for residents of Lincoln Heights is particularly appreciated, especially for the mothers-to-be and very young children. Food and vegetable donations are really appreciated any time of the year.​Please keep your thoughts and prayers supporting our neighbors in Lincoln Heights. We need to help people-in-need internationally. Charity for others, like good politics and fine arts, begins right at home. If you can help a neighbor with clothing, food or a donation, “Thank you.”If you are able to donate non-perishable food and/or new or gently used clothing items or a monetary donation, contact us at (301) 332-8318 and we will arrange to pick up your donation. Monetary donations can be made online by by clicking the donate button on the upper left portion of this page.​​

Love our causes? Want to help? Here’s how:​

Beethoven Found understands the power and impact of “giving”. That is why we accept and appreciate donations in all forms, including:​

  • -Cash, check or credit
  • -Clothing, shoes & other items
  • -Entitlements in your Will
  • -Stocks
  • -Property donations​

​Please contact Brett (301-332-8318; or Julianne (301-801-0481; if you are interested in learning more about how you can give back to our causes. We appreciate your generosity!​​

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