Give The Gift of Music
Donate to Give a Note Foundation
By choosing to support Give A Note, you are investing in music education programs and strengthening opportunities so that every young person can benefit from music.
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Give the gift of music!
Give A Note Foundation is committed to nurturing and enabling innovative music programs to thrive through grants and awareness campaigns. Since its creation in 2011, Give A Note Foundation has conducted 6 national awareness campaigns and raised funds to support and strengthen music education programs across the U.S. Our programs have reached millions of parents and students and provided more than $1.3 million in direct grants through schools to the music classroom, directly benefitting enrolled students.
We empower music educators in coordination with their school administrators to identify their needs and use the grants to serve their community. We believe that music teachers and music programs need more than just instruments — because music teaching and music learning encompass more than playing an instrument.
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To support the SXSW fundraising event hosted/sponsored by AFA and American Songwriter. Specific mention for Matthew Reich, Neal Saini and Brett Altman as I learned about … Read more
To support the SXSW fundraising event hosted/sponsored by AFA and American Songwriter. Specific mention for Matthew Reich, Neal Saini and Brett Altman as I learned about your great organization through them.
Jesse L Miller
I'm a retired Nafme member. Keep up the good work!
Susan & Jim Kephart
A toast to our parents, whom when alive, taught us to love music by their enthusiasm & talent, from piano, trumpets, harmonicas, flutophones & recoders to singing … Read more
A toast to our parents, whom when alive, taught us to love music by their enthusiasm & talent, from piano, trumpets, harmonicas, flutophones & recoders to singing in church and school choirs <:)
Merry Christmas, Tom! Kevin & Jennifer
This is a donation through the Nashoba Friends of Music to the Give a Note Foundation from TriM honor society, who raised it via a coffee house.