Mockingbird Foundation Educational Grants

July 11, 2012 at 12:33 PM

Funded byThe Mockingbird Foundation


DescriptionGrants given to support K-12 music education on a national basis. Education may include the provision of instruments, texts, and office materials, and the support of learning space, practice space, performance space, and instructors/instruction. Mockingbird is particularly interested in projects that foster self-esteem and free expression, but does not typically fund music therapy which is not education or music appreciation which does not include participation. The Foundation is interested in targeting children 18 years or younger, but will consider projects which benefit college students, teachers, instructors, or adult students. In addition, the Foundation is particularly (though not exclusively) interested in programs which benefit disenfranchised groups, including those with low skill levels, income, or education.    


Program AreasArts, At-Risk/Character, All Other


RecipientsPublic School, Private School


Proposal Deadline8/1/12


Average Amount$50.00 – $5,000.00


Contact PersonKristen Godard




 Availability:  All States

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