Lead by the Homme family in Palm Desert, the Sweet Stuff Foundation was founded in 2013 to give assistance to career musicians, recording engineers and their families struggling with illness and disability.
The artists who provide us with these moments of escape and enrichment devote lifetimes to their craft. Whether writing music, penning a lyric, building an instrument or mastering the art of recording, they spend thousands of hours studying and practicing for the love of their art. A few go on to great financial success; however, most will struggle to meet the challenges of everyday life while providing the rest of us with the music we love.
The mission of The Sweet Stuff Foundation is to help our musical community and their families with the vital elements often overlooked during periods of illness and disability. Things like transportation to medical treatment, assistance with childcare and tuition, income assistance, the “last wishes” of a lifetime, and special treatments not covered by insurance. The healing power of music is also a vital form of preventative medicine. That’s why the Sweet Stuff Foundation’s two prong approach is also committed to providing assistance for music lessons, instruments, and musical collaborations for children. To help foster an atmosphere of creativity & introduce a healthy outlet via music, so that the “Sweet Stuff’ will continue for generations to come. Click here to help.