NPOs for At-Risk Populations

Mental and Emotional Health Support Through Transformative Music

If you work with distressed populations, the bad days can seem to  outnumber the good. Those who you’re committed to helping – from the homeless and historically unserved youth to Veterans fighting the severe mental and physical wellness conditions of PTSD – struggle with mental and emotional wellness and often lack the knowledge or the tools to help themselves. 

Musimorphic works with non-profit organizations just like yours, offering a unique and transformative approach to mental and emotional wellness. Musimorphic programs help individuals use their favorite music as a tool for self-care, opening the door to a deeper understanding of how the music we love can actually have tangible, positive effects on all aspects of our lives – our individual health, our relationships with others, and even our performance at work.

In addition to the human resources and wellness support programs we offer, Musimorphic provides NPOs with programs that can be deployed at fundraisers or directly in support of clients. You can trust our 15+ years working in recovery, homelessness, and with military Veterans: music is transformative.

Musimorphic's Program Stack for NPOs

The Music on Your Heart


This interactive experience creates authentic empathy and bonding in a room full of people. It’s a demonstration of the power of music most people haven’t seen in action, and it functions very well as either a precursor to a fundraising event or a direct-to-client  outreach program.

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The Wellness Sing-Along


Singing works. For your staff, your sponsors, and your clients. There’s power in play, and singing has all of those benefits plus all the power of music behind it. Musimorphic’s Wellness Sing-Along brings it all together.

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