Please read the 2018 appeal letter below and consider supporting Musicians Foundation’s great work to help artists and their families in times of need. You can donate online HERE. Thank you!
Important news, events, press and media entries relating to Musicians Foundation can all be found below.
Save the date for April 3, 2019: Join us for a musical evening in support of Musicians Foundation. Ticket information will be posted as the event nears.
Click HERE for past events.
Musicians Foundation was profiled in the August 2018 issue of the American Federation of Musicians’ publication, International Musician. Read the article below.
Musicians Foundation has updated its Stories of Support archive with many new musicians who have been assisted with aid grants during times of need. The recent stories of legendary R&B, Hip-Hop, Classical, Salsa, and more musicians can be found at http://www.musiciansfoundation.org/lives-changed/.
Currently, the Foundation is reaching more musicians across all genres than ever before. As we connect with and assist more musicians, YOUR support is even more crucial. You can support Musicians Foundation by donating online HERE or simply clicking “Like” on our Facebook page.
Chamber Music, the only national magazine dedicated to the art and business of small ensemble music, featured Musicians Foundation in its recent spring 2018 issue.
Musicians Foundation’s commitment to transparency in its operations and practices has been awarded with a Gold level certification by Guidestar, the world’s largest source for information about non-profit organizations.
Support Musicians Foundation today by donating HERE.
This fall, the Musicians Foundation was honored by the support of Rooftop Theatre Collaborative, who generously donated 20% of the proceeds from their October production of the musical “Tick, Tick… BOOM!” to the Foundation. Rooftop, a non-profit theatre group from Trenton, NJ, donates a fifth of the revenue from every show they produce to charity, and chose the Musicians Foundation for “Tick, Tick… BOOM!” because of its work supporting musicians who struggle through financial hardship. Jonathan Larson, the writer/composer of “Tick, Tick… BOOM!”, famously lived for years in poverty, waiting tables in New York City as he toiled on his magnum opus, the semi-autobiographical musical “Rent.” Larson tragically passed away on the evening before the first public performance of “Rent,” at the age of just 35.
On November 9, Jim Petro and Jaci d’Ulisse presented the Musicians Foundation with a check for $410.00. Thanks so much to Jim and Jaci for helping us keep American musicians from suffering the types of financial hardships that plagued Jonathan Larson!