Give the gift of music!
Give A Note Foundation nurtures and enables innovative music programs to thrive through grants and awareness campaigns.
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Let your music teacher (and us) know
that they made an impact. #MusicEdMatters
Whether a parent, a choir or band director, or elementary music teacher,
someone opened your ears to music.
Why This Matters
- Typical public school music classroom annual budgets are $500 – $1500
- Teachers develop methods to increase student engagement and enrollment but lack resources to support ongoing growth
- Top tier teachers are needed in public school classrooms
- Students build collaborative relationships in the classroom
- Students develop critical life skills through creative expression
Current funding supports programs that engage:
- Students with severe disabilities
- Refugee students
- Immigrant students
- English Language Learners
- Rural Communities
- Urban Communities
- Title I funded schools
Thank You to Our Supporters
This donation is in honor of a very special 3rd Grade teacher/colleague/ friend of mine that is retiring after 48 years of teaching . She… Read more
This donation is in honor of a very special 3rd Grade teacher/colleague/ friend of mine that is retiring after 48 years of teaching . She is a talented musician herself and a HUGE supporter of music education in our schools.
Thanks for what you are doing!
This donation is in honor of Cat Cosentino and Rich Aveo on their wedding day, June 1st 2019. This wonderful couple has built their entire… Read more
This donation is in honor of Cat Cosentino and Rich Aveo on their wedding day, June 1st 2019. This wonderful couple has built their entire lives around music, the community it builds, and the joy it brings to others. They inspire passion, collaboration, and creativity in everyone they come in contact with, while consistently using performance as a force for communication, progress, and healing.
The world is a better place with you two sharing your extraordinary talents every day. Here's to music education building more people like you.
Thank you to the KAHS Music Parents, students, faculty, and friends that support Tri-M Chapter 7645!
From the Newport Folk Festival and Newport Festivals Foundation on behalf of Devon Gilfillian!