JAMBAR – THE NEW ORGANIC ENERGY BAR THAT SUPPORTS MUSIC STUDENTS!
We are so excited to introduce you to JAMBAR, Guitars in the Classroom’s newest sponsor. Jennifer Maxwell, creator, mom, musician, natural foods baker, and co-founder of the original super popular energy bar PowerBar, has come up with a scrumptious new organic energy bar especially for student who need nutritional support, including music students and athletes! We are so grateful to her friend, musician-poet Don Paul, for introducing GITC to Jennifer. This kind of caring for kids is why GITC continues to serve and grow.
JAMBAR combines innovative proteins, gluten-free ancient grains, real chunks of fruit or premium chocolate, and authentic sweeteners from nature. This is a healthy after school energy booster for students who have had a long day and are heading into extracurricular activities and homework. Jennifer dreamed it up in her kitchen, and now these bars is fantastic natural fruit flavors are in production in San Rafael. Super cool that the food production is housed in the Grateful Dead's old rehearsal studio (pre-kitchen of course). Good vibes abound.
As a musician, a drummer no less, Jennifer understands that musicians need energy to make their beautiful music. She has a big heart for hungy music students, especially those in economically challenging circumstances who may not be able to afford high quality snacks. To provide them with this fun, positive nutritional support, she and JAMBAR are donating 50% of their after-tax profits to help get this REAL FOOD into students' hands.
GITC is an early beneficiary of the “JAMBAR Gives Back” program! JAMBAR made its initial contribution of 588 bars in every flavor to our music education partner, San Francisco Unified School District, so hungry SFUSD music students could experience the benefits. Thank you, Jennifer Maxwell for your incredible generosity!
JAMBAR makes delicious organic energy bars that provide excellent fuel for cyclists of all levels. Since Jennifer and her late husband Brian started making PowerBars in 1985, energy bars have become a go-to, and we can tell you first hand. JAMBAR is head and shoulders above the others. JAMBAR was created with the goal of helping people feel good about the ingredients they put in their bodies, and the positive impact they can have on their local communities. We're so happy they've joined the GITC community to create musical opportunities for ALL learners.
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The Guitars in the Classroom program provides music to ordinary education teachers so they can become song leaders for knowledge with their students. With the fusion of playing a guitar, beat, and singing teachers learn how to advance in making the music in their classrooms. Achieving is an athletic activity. And not everyone works the in the similar way. You might hear one person say, “No way can I take a bite before a concert!” Another might go on “I eat plenty early in the day.” Taking a line from the earlier blog, Music Travel Consultants’ possess. We all are aware that to put up our music best, we have to be in zenith mental health. Music, successively, confirms our mental health. But, being at the highest of our musical game is also eased by our physical health. Let’s take a glance at a musician’s performance day diet and observe if we can discover some nutritional tips before carrying out. An ideal diet can be inconsistent if you are performing on choirs, band, or orchestras. Food plays a huge role in the performance: When we are hungry or dehydrated we can’t focus as well, and at times those tempers can appear or the brain is in an inactive state. This is your time to sparkle! Get that rest and consume your best!
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