Barbara Daniels is creating A Series of Concerts for Inmates in Western NY State Correction
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$45
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It has been a rule in my family that people are to be treated with respect, caring and kindness. It is my core belief that we, as a society, must treat all people in a manner most conducive to the Golden Rule. In addition to my career in music, I have been a social worker for the past 30 years. In working with clients, I have learned that music has strong therapeutic value.

Inmates, specifically, need to be treated in a way that will help them to progress beyond the consequences of their violation. Music is a universal language that can help people remember the feelings of joy and hope; ultimate human emotions. It is my goal to provide all inmates with an hour of pleasure and moments of positive memories through the presentation of live music.

Therefore, I have created a program, much in the spirit of Johnny Cash, to visit prison facilities starting in Western New York State, however, eventually taking the tour nationally. This project is not cheap and, since it is a community outreach program, I make Absolutely no money from the project.  However, I can bring culture, joy, and gratitude to those who see little of any of it due to their present circumstances. 

Here is a list of the prisons I intend to visit:

Attica Correctional Facility
Albion Correctional Facility
Groveland Correctional Facility
Livingston Correctional Facility
Wende Correctional Facility
Gowanda Correctional Facilty
Auburn Correctional Facility
Collins Correctional Facility

Each visit costs $650 in musicians fees and $130 in vehicle rental to carry the instruments. The total expected cost for all 8 performances is $6,240. If I have overestimated the costs, the remainder of the doantion will be doanted to a favorite organization of mine called People are prisoners too, Inc. (prp2.org). 

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Pledge $50 or more per A Series of Concerts
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An Autographed copy of Barbara Levy Daniel's latest CD, full of beautiful jazz music. 
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$45 of $780 per A Series of Concerts
Funding for musicians and transportation for Attica Correctional Facility.
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It has been a rule in my family that people are to be treated with respect, caring and kindness. It is my core belief that we, as a society, must treat all people in a manner most conducive to the Golden Rule. In addition to my career in music, I have been a social worker for the past 30 years. In working with clients, I have learned that music has strong therapeutic value.

Inmates, specifically, need to be treated in a way that will help them to progress beyond the consequences of their violation. Music is a universal language that can help people remember the feelings of joy and hope; ultimate human emotions. It is my goal to provide all inmates with an hour of pleasure and moments of positive memories through the presentation of live music.

Therefore, I have created a program, much in the spirit of Johnny Cash, to visit prison facilities starting in Western New York State, however, eventually taking the tour nationally. This project is not cheap and, since it is a community outreach program, I make Absolutely no money from the project.  However, I can bring culture, joy, and gratitude to those who see little of any of it due to their present circumstances. 

Here is a list of the prisons I intend to visit:

Attica Correctional Facility
Albion Correctional Facility
Groveland Correctional Facility
Livingston Correctional Facility
Wende Correctional Facility
Gowanda Correctional Facilty
Auburn Correctional Facility
Collins Correctional Facility

Each visit costs $650 in musicians fees and $130 in vehicle rental to carry the instruments. The total expected cost for all 8 performances is $6,240. If I have overestimated the costs, the remainder of the doantion will be doanted to a favorite organization of mine called People are prisoners too, Inc. (prp2.org). 

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Pledge $50 or more per A Series of Concerts
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An Autographed copy of Barbara Levy Daniel's latest CD, full of beautiful jazz music.