New Jersey Music Teachers Association
Affiliated with the Music Teachers National Association

NJMTA Children Helping Children Performathon

NJMTA Children Helping Children Performathon

(benefit for Ronald McDonald House Charities )

The NJMTA Children Helping Children Performathon is an opportunity for all students to perform in a non-competitive arena while helping those in need.  Recitals are free and open to the public.





Betty Stoloff,



Audition Date

and Location:

Sat. February 20, 2010

Bristol Chapel, Westminster Choir College (WCC)

Princeton, New Jersey


Sunday, February 21, 2010

Williamson Hall, Westminster Choir College (WCC)

Princeton, New Jersey

How to Enter:

Complete the Registration Form in the "Registration Entry and Trophy Award Forms" section of the Yearbook. Send a list of the performers' names, ages and repertoire, with accurate timing of each piece.



- There is no Registration fee.

- Students collect donations for any of the 3 Ronald McDonald Houses in New Jersey.     

Checks should be made out to:
Ronald McDonald House of New Brunswick,
Ronald McDonald House of Long Branch, OR
Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey.

- Suggested minimum collection - $50.00 per student


Registration Deadline:

Monday, January 25, 2010


*We need your help.  Teachers, please help out at the recitals.

Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC®), a non-profit, 501 ©(3), creates, finds and supports programs that directly improve the health and well being of children. RMHC fulfills its mission by creating programs that address targeted needs, and by supporting these programs through its global network of local Chapters in 51 countries and regions. TMHC Chapters are run by boards comprised of members of the local medical community, business and civic leaders, parents/volunteers, and McDonald’s representatives.

The core programs of RMHC are:
The Ronald McDonald House® program has provided a “home-away-from-home” for millions of families since its inception in 1974. There are 270 Ronald McDonald Houses open in 30 countries worldwide.

The Ronald McDonald Family Room® program provides a home-like haven inside hospitals, often just steps away from neonatal or pediatric intensive care units. Ronald McDonald Family Rooms provide the families of hospitalized children an opportunity to refresh, rest, and reflect, without leaving their children’s sides. Today, there are more than 114 Ronald McDonald Family Rooms in 13 countries.

The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile® program is a fleet of state-of-the-art vehicles that deliver cost-effective medical, dental and educational services to underserved children in their own neighborhoods. There are 31 Care Mobile programs in service in Argentina, Poland, El Salvador and the United States.