Music is a large part of Austin’s economy and culture. On any given day, you can see live musicians performing. What better way to support your city than to volunteer for HAAM? With your help, we can keep Austin music alive and well and have some fun along the way. Become a HAAMbassador today!
HAAM has helped over 4,000 musicians access over 52,000 healthcare appointments valued at over $30 million dollars since we began in 2005. These include routine dental work, doctor visits and prescriptions, psychiatric counseling sessions, eye exams, out-patient procedures, specialist referrals, hearing screenings and more.
Every $1 donated to HAAM is leveraged into $7 of direct healthcare services for HAAM member musicians. This is possible because of HAAM's collaborative relationships with our affiliate service providers. The Seton Healthcare Family provides primary medical services, The St. David's Foundation funds our dental care services in collaboration with the Capital Area Dental Foundation's private dentists who provide the dental care, The SIMS Foundation provides mental health and addiction-recovery services, Estes Audiology provides hearing health services and custom ear plugs, Prevent Blindness Texas provides vision screenings and vouchers for prescription glasses and Whole Foods provides nutrition and wellness services.> View Campaign
- SHARE THIS CAMPAIGN:
- Invitations to four intimate and exclusive music performances annually
- Advanced ticket options to special shows (Patty Griffin & Her Driver at the Continental Club - 2012, Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters at ACL Live - 2013, ALL ATX - 2013, ALL ATX: The British Invasion - 2014)
- Recognition for their leadership in the HAAM Annual Report
“I can't describe the gratitude I feel for this amazing organization. You change lives, build community, and give musicians a chance to follow their dreams. You made what could've been the hardest time of my life the most inspirational!”- Stephanie – HAAM Member
Good Eggs & HAAM
Good Eggs & HAAM is a community of Austin under 40 young professionals who are passionate about live music, understand that musicians are a unique and important cultural and economic resource for Austin, and have a desire to give back and support musicians’ healthcare. Good Eggs educate the community about HAAM and its mission and support the organization through an annual monetary contribution. Additionally, Good Eggs participate in social networking events, educational sessions and fundraising events throughout the year that allow opportunities to advocate for musicians’ health.
If you are interested in getting more involved, email Brandi Kinslow.