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james stapleton

James Stapleton

James S. Stapleton Foundation (JSSF), Ac
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Dear Friend, As Founder of the James S. Stapleton Foundation (JSSF), Academy of the Arts, a non-profit after school program focused on exposing at-risk or economically challenged youth in Santa Ana and the surrounding areas to Music and the Arts. It is my pleasure to offer you, your company, or organization the opportunity to become an Official Sponsor to support the ongoing efforts of JSSF and this worthy cause. With your charitable contribution we feel this program will be a success. Please join us in supporting our youth; help us, help them! JSSF, in partnership with Johnson Chapel A.M.E. Church, has developed music and academic program entitled (MAGIC) Maximizing Academic Gain in the Community. This program offers music theory, composition, and academic tutoring to youth ages 8-18. Students in our music program are instructed on instruments such as Drums, Piano, Bass and Acoustic Guitar. In addition, we have instituted several tutoring programs; Mathematics, English Composition, Social Science, and Critical Thinking Skills. Contributions are tax deductible, and checks should be made payable to: The James S. Stapleton Foundation in care of Johnson Chapel A.M.E. Church EIN# 26-2327649, IRS Group Exemption #2632 P.O. Box 947 Tustin, CA 92781 For more info please call 714-514-2322 or e-mail Or visit All Contributions will go to: Rent, books computers, supplies, Instruments. MISSION STATEMENT The James S. Stapleton Foundation is a multi-faceted, non-profit, Music and Academic mentorship program. Our goal is to enhance musical awareness and self-esteem for our youth in Santa Ana, and throughout the Orange County area. It is our intent to form partnerships with local schools, churches, and other youth organizations to facilitate a unique opportunity that focus on both at-risk and economically challenged youth who have limited access to extra-curricular programs. Sincerely, James S. Stapleton JSSF / MAGIC


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