'Glee' Donates $1 Million
Glee's giving back.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) recently announced their "GLEE Give a Note" campaign to donate $1 million to school arts programs across the country.
High school students everywhere are encouraged do anything from singing, rapping or doing their best Mike Chang impersonation in videos highlighting why their school deserves a grant, and submit it to www.GleeGiveANote.com. Eligible entries will be posted on the site and be put up for public vote for 30 days, and after two rounds of voting, a panel composed of NAfME members will conduct a final vote. A total of 73 winning schools will be notified in December, receiving grants ranging from $10,000 to $50,000.
In addition, one dollar for every Glee Season 2 Blu-ray and DVD sold will go towards saving music and arts programs in public schools through the "Glee Give a Note Project".
For more information, including official rules, visit www.GleeGiveANote.com.
Glee: The Complete Second Season is out September 13, 2011.
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