Red carpet : Robin Thicke attends VH1 Save The Music Foundation & Viacommunity

Robin is busy promoting his new album “Morning Sun,”

 

Dressed in his signature three-piece suit, Robin Thicke attends VH1 Save The Music Foundation & Viacommunity Robin Thicke Piano Delivery on August 26, 2015 in New York City

Founded in 1997, the VH1 Save The Music Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating systemic change in the American public school system by restoring instrumental music programs and by raising public awareness about the importance of music as part of each child’s complete education. The Foundation is a 501c3 public charity that began as a public affairs initiative of Vh1, the cable music channel.

The Save The Music Foundation’s 2012 Ambassador class includes Gavin RossdaleJordin SparksVanessa CarltonLupe FiascoKaty PerryChris DaughtryMatthew Morrison, and AJ Mclean, joining Alumni Ambassadors including: Kelly ClarksonJohn MayerNatasha BedingfieldJohn LegendThe FrayColbie CaillatTamiaNE-YO, and Nick Lachey, among many other musicians, singers, athletes and celebrities dedicated to the cause.

 VH1 Save The Music Ambassadors help raise awareness and deliver key messages about the importance of music education in a young person’s life, as well as help raise funds to further the Foundation’s mission to restore instrumental music education programs in U.S. public elementary and middle schools. It won a Peabody Award in 1999.

 Since its inception in 1997, the VH1 Save The Music Foundation has provided $48 million in new musical instruments to 1,800 public schools in more than 100 cities around the country, impacting the lives of over 1.8 million children. The Foundation hosts a series of special fundraising events each year, along with executive various cause marketing campaigns to mobilize people around the importance of music education.

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