Once, in a Lullaby


Towards Music Therapy in the NICU

As many of you are aware, I released a CD at the end of 2015, with all proceeds going to support the creation of a music therapy program in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. This page is an opportunity for you to see how the ongoing fundraising is going and to make a donation if you so wish. 

To find out more about the CD, visit: www.musicforpreemies.ca

What has happened since the CD was released?

There have been huge changes! I became so inspired by what I was learning about music therapy that I dropped everything and went back to school to become a music therapist myself! In the summer of 2017, I was incredibly honoured to become the first student music therapy intern at Mount Sinai: and my main placement was the NICU! The program I created that summer was received very well by parents and staff (not to mention babies) and this past summer (2018) the hospital accepted another intern.

So what's next?

We want to bring music therapy to the NICU year round, and that requires a paid program in addition to the internship site.  That's where you come in! Consider donating here ("official" donations through this page qualify for a tax receipt if they are over $20), or buy a CD (let me know how many you'd like by email). Or raise money in other ways! My email address is cheryl@cheryl-campbell.com: let's chat!

Thanks for all of the amazing people who have helped over the past 9 years as we've worked to get this project off the ground!



Mount Sinai Hospital is renowned for compassionate care, clinical excellence and leading-edge scientific breakthroughs. Without philanthropy, we would be an ordinary hospital. With you, we are extraordinary.

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My Goal
Goal:10000.0000 , Achieved: 1595.3900
Goal$10,000.00 CAD
Achieved$1,595.39 CAD
My Honour Roll
  • Proceeds from CD sales and donations
    $1,595.39 CAD




    
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