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Posted on: March 30, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Children thank Medical workers (Video)...Ardsley HS students raise $

Thank you healthcare workers - children thank via video;
Ardsley students raising $ to help those who have no income and face financial difficulty -go fund me set up



Thank you Doctors and healthcare workers from Ardsley, Irvington and Scarsdale  children who appreciate their work under scary conditions

 These children speak for all of us in saying THANK YOU to our health care workers.. Watch this cute video:

Elizabeth Chun and the Ardsley HS music outreach club, More Than Mozart, are hoping to organize a fundraiser for workers of local businesses who are in need during this difficult time. They realize that many people are financially in need and want to help those who need the help the most. If you know of someone who is experiencing significant hardships please advise by emailing More Than Mozart at The club members will review the requests and start a GoFundMe page for those most in need.

 here is the link:


A message from More Than Mozart:

COVID-19 is an unprecedented crisis that is causing challenges and hardships across a wide spectrum of society. In particular, many small businesses are losing business and being forced to reduce their workforce. This is resulting in many workers who have no income and face financial difficulties.

That is why More Than Mozart is raising funds to help these workers of local businesses who are most impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

More Than Mozart is an outreach club based at Ardsley High School that uses music as a platform to help those in need. Over the past two years, we have held several fundraising concerts for local charities, and performed at senior homes and hospitals. As we are unable to put on public performances now due to COVID-19, we are instead using social media as our platform to help neighbors in need during this difficult time.

We will post videos of music performed by our very own club members, both here and on our Instagram:

As students, our ability to provide economic aid is limited, so we hope you will join us in lending a hand to the dedicated local workers who need our support the most.
Any donation, no matter how small, makes a difference! And, even if you cannot donate, you can help our cause by sharing this page with friends and family.

100% of donations will land right in the pockets of workers in Greenburgh, NY who are struggling financially. 

If you know of someone who is facing difficulty, please reach out to We want to hear their story and help them as much as we can.

For full transparency, we will post all updates on fundraising and distributions on our website:

To close, some words of hope: 

In this difficult and uncertain time, we must stand united andremember every member of our diverse community. Our community is made of hard workers and of providers. They make our community what it is; now, it is our turn to support them. 

Thank you in advance for your support! Please stay healthy and well.

- More Than Mozart

Paul Feiner

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