SOURCE: WDM Group

WDM Group

April 20, 2012 15:55 ET

Guitars in the Classroom Nonprofit Announced as Finalist for WDM Group's Good Neighbor Program

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - Apr 20, 2012) - WDM Group, a rapidly growing global media company offering a diverse portfolio of interactive digital publications aimed for affluent C-level executives, is pleased to announce three finalists for the Good Neighbor of the Month Program. Guitars in the Classroom (GITC) revives music in American classrooms while boosting student engagement and academic performance.

GITC is run by founder and executive director Jessica Baron. Baron's vision for GITC is to transform pre-k through middle school classrooms into vibrant learning environments allowing teachers to integrate music into the curriculum, engage learners, and encourage creativity.

"It is great to have this nonprofit supporting music and education," said founder of the Good Neighbor Program Sam Soares. "I believe music is the key for many learners in the classroom, and getting students involved with music at a crucial stage is critical for educational development."

The inaugural program aims to showcase a worthy nonprofit in the company's publication: Business Review USA. By offering a complementary digital footprint, the nonprofit will sit in front of millions of users through numerous platforms. Their content will rank high, allowing them to be discovered by potential customers/donors on major search engines such a Google, Yahoo and Bing. WDM Groups' virtual magazines, web 2.0 websites, digital brochure, SEO strategy, PR and Social Media campaign will provide the cutting-edge technology the nonprofit will need to launch their digital evolution. The service is valued at $13,000.

About WDM Good Neighbor
The Good Neighbor Program of the Month was established to recognize nonprofit organizations for their contributions to the community and the world. With offices worldwide from Toronto to Mumbai, WDM Group understands the importance of community. WDM Group's vision is to grow the Good Neighbor Program into a worldwide scale in order to support the noble causes all around the globe.

Contact Information

  • Media Contact
    Sam Soares
    Public Relations Coordinator
    5901 Priestly Drive # 300
    Carlsbad, CA 92008
    Phone: 760-607-5532