Too often, young students are unable to pursue activities and interests because of the costs associated with music education and youth sports programs. This missed opportunity for our youth represents something that we at HAVlife call "Lost Potential."
Study after study links the benefits of both music education and sports to the social development, behavioral and cognitive development of children. Yet many times, arts education and extra-curricular programs are the first to go when schools have to make budget cuts.
Started in memory of Hunter Aaron Vondran, HAVlife is a Not For Profit 501(C)(3)organization that was established to fund the resources students need to pursue their musical aspirations and athletic goals – just like Hunter did.
Working with both the school systems and individuals, HAVlife provides scholarships to students that help cover things like sports equipment, musical instruments and summer camps. Over the past six years alone, we have raised and granted more than $350,000 to our cause, and we have no plans of slowing down in the future. Please join us in celebrating and recognizing the potential of today's youth, so that no child has to suffer from lack of exposure to arts or athletics.
Please join us in celebrating and recognizing the potential of today's youth, so that no child has to suffer from lack of exposure to arts or athletics.