See the Loudest Librarian’s post about the ukulele workshop for kids at the Pacifica Libraries, funded by the Mockingbird Foundation.
Now, when you shop at Amazon, you can have 0.5% of your purchases directed to the Mockingbird Foundation, the all-volunteer Phish fan group funding music education for children. Just click … Continue Reading →
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- 13 February, 2014
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The Mockingbird Foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit run by Phish fans, is now accepting Bitcoin donations to support grants in music education. If you are new to bitcoins, you can also use this referral … Continue Reading →
The Mockingbird Foundation acknowledges, and expresses appreciation for, the many individuals and corporations who have provided generous tax-deductible donations to support our efforts in funding music education through all-volunteer nonprofit projects. Contributions are … Continue Reading →
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, January 2, 2014 The Mockingbird Foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit founded and run entirely by Phish fans, has announced fourteen (14) new grants totaling $57,612 in support … Continue Reading →
The Mockingbird Foundation joins family and friends in mourning the loss of dear friend and avid Phish fan Leigh Wren Butler (August 1, 1975- August 2, 2013). Known also as … Continue Reading →
Though the Mockingbird Foundation is legally limited to funding recipients in the U.S., Phish fans are world-wide and so are Mockingbird contributors. Indeed, more than a dozen donations have been … Continue Reading →
Every Phish fan has someone who was integral in introducing them to the music that ultimately changed their life. For the older crowd, this might be the person who dubbed … Continue Reading →
Hannah Heimbuch of The Artic Sounder (Anchorage) has written a very nice article about recent Mockingbird Foundation grantee Taiko Drummers at Point Hope. Check out Taiko on YouTube.
A volunteer nonprofit run by Phish fans has contributed $5,000 towards restoration of music education programs impacted by Hurricane Sandy last October. The unsolicited grants provide $1,000 for each of … Continue Reading →