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Music Instrument Grants

Description: APPLICATIONS ARE BY INVITATION ONLY The Mr. Hollandís Opus Foundation donates musical instruments to schools nationwide with a focus on low-income communities. In collaboration with committed school districts, the Foundationís investments are strategically placed as part of a KĖ12 district-wide plan to achieve the following outcomes: Economically disadvantaged students gain access to their schoolís music program Instrument and mouthpiece sharing is eliminated, resulting in added instruction and practice time for students Aged instruments are replaced resulting in enhanced student engagement, learning and progression Sequential, quality KĖ12 music education programs are sustained Community engagement is increased Music studentís academic achievement, school attendance, graduation rates are increased and suspensions are reduced, compared to the total school population Schools that meet the following guidelines are eligible for consideration of a grant as part of The Foundationís strategic district-wide plan: School must serve a minimum of 65% economically disadvantaged students School must have an established instrumental music program that is offered during the regular school day; all types of instrumental programs qualify (i.e. band, strings, mariachi, guitar labs, keyboard labs, jazz band, modern band, etc.) School must have an instrumental music teacher that has completed at least two consecutive years teaching at the applying school School must have an existing inventory of instruments School must have a dedicated instrumental music room with adequate and secure storage for musical instrument Funding is also provided to schools affected by natural disasters where FEMA funding does not provide coverage. Learn more at the website.
Deadline: By Invitation Only
Grant Website: https://www.mhopus.org/grant-guidelines/
Contact E-mail: [email protected]
Foundation: Mr. Hollandís Opus Foundation
Foundation's Website: http://www.mhopus.org
High Range of Grant: varies
Subjects: Music

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