Burnaby Central’s music therapy program at risk of playing last note

Burnaby Central’s music therapy program at risk of playing last note

It’s a singalong jam session and dancing lesson, and for the seven special-needs students in Burnaby Central Secondary, the hour with music therapist Don Hardy is pure joy.

This is so important for the development of these children, which is why I’m asking for help from The Vancouver Sun,” life skills teacher Inderjeet Ranu says.

She is asking The Sun’s Adopt-A-School campaign for $3,000 to keep the program going.

Contact Info:
Inderjeet Ranu - 604-296-6850

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