Music Therapy

Advocacy & Activism

Taking a stand and speaking out for survivors.

Recording Albums

Spreading hope and inspiration.

Concert Events

Raising awareness and healing through artistic expression.

Banding Together

Creating positive social change.
Angel Band Project Wings

Our Mission

Sexual violence is a silent issue. We’re working to break the silence and inspire people to engage with this issue through the transformative power of music. In doing so, we hope to provide healing for survivors and foster a society that’s not only willing to listen, but ready to change. We are the Angel Band Project.

client_id_24_media_file_name_1452207455.6492

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

We are serving survivors of sexual and domestic violence with music therapy. In 2015, we served 68 women and teens! And in 2016, we have already served 30 women and 4 of their children, expanding our services to St. Charles, MO and Seattle, WA. Help us keep the music flowing.

Donate securely NOW!

Monthly Membership Program

Fans $10/monthChoir $25/monthConductor $100/month
AnonymousThe Joe Ziegler FamilyMike and Kathleen Lodes and Family
Hany AbounaderVicki Shaw
Beth Bender and Shauna CunninghamKim and Herman Tuck
Rachel BoxdorferGeorgia and Frank Rankin
Mona DesmondLeanne Latuda
The Eppert FamilyRachel and Sean Ebeling
Belynda HerefordRyan Chambers
Bret and Angie KimesRoni Chambers
Amy and Bob LampeDebbie and Al Blumenberg
Sean and Cristina McGroarty
Mary Pat McInnis
Marie Noellsch
Mary Randant
Erica Rankin
Paul Rieke
Ben Rothmel
Tracie Sandheinrich
Debra Shatoff

Latest News

“While the City Slept” and Why It’s Important – Part Two

A three-part reflection by Rachel Ebeling, co-founder of Angel Band Project Part Two   The snow is falling peacefully and the hum of the furnace keeps me warm in my office.  Sitting in this front room, surrounded by windows that let the light of day shine through so that everything around me has stunning clarity, is one of the main reasons why I chose this space for Angel Band Project.   In the next room, Tim Butz is being interviewed by a local reporter for a St. Louis news station.  He is one of Teresa’s 8 brothers.  Tim is...

“While the City Slept” and Why It’s Important: Part One

A three-part reflection by Rachel Ebeling, co-founder of Angel Band Project Yesterday, February 2, 2016, a new book was released by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Eli Sanders.  “While the City Slept” traces the lives of the three people whose lives tragically intersected on July 19, 2009.  Jennifer Hopper, Teresa Butz, and Isaiah Kalebu.  This is not a new story for us, by any means, because I had the pleasure of growing up with feisty Teresa in south St. Louis in the 1970s.  We met on the first day of kindergarten at St. Stephen’s Protomartyr Catholic School.  Wearing freshly pressed red...

Chute to Heal August 22 in Maine

Written by Rachel Ebeling, co-founder and executive director On August 22, a team of brave skydivers will jump for Angel Band Project, led by New York Junior Board Member Natasha Repass. Natasha has her own harrowing story of survival.  Seven years ago, on August 22, 2008, she was sexually assaulted by a transient while walking home from work.  She was beaten, dragged into the woods, and raped at knife point. “I went through two long re-victimizing trials before my rapist was found guilty and finally put away,” explains Natasha.  “No longer walking the same streets as I did. I finally...

Latest Tweets