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Musicians Foundation has launched a new video series, Musicians Foundation Stories, highlighting the dynamic careers of selected grantees and discussing the impact of receiving an aid grant to help pay for essential bills. The first two videos in the series have been released and can be viewed 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 […]

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, […]

In response to the massive flooding that took place this past August in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the Musicians Foundation provided financial aid to local musicians effected by this terrible event. A joint effort by the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra and multiple charities nationwide resulted in some much needed relief, see below: BRSO UPDATE BRSO THANK YOU:

  The Musicians Foundation had a busy few months welcoming new Board members and being honored at an event hosted by the Association of Music Producers (AMP) in May. This marks the beginning of a charitable partnership that raises awareness of our mission. Advisory Council Board Member Bobby Lopez was able to thank AMP via video for […]

One hundred years ago, a group of musical luminaries who were members of The Bohemians — a club that included Arturo Toscanini, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Pablo Casals and Jascha Heifetz — recognized the critical need to provide emergency financial relief to musicians in distress. In doing so, these socially engaged artists helped pioneer the course of […]

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