NewportRI.com ran a story about Trey’s directing the Newport Festival Foundation to give its artist-related grant to Mockingbird, citing the press release. “The benefits of music education in the lives … Continue Reading →
Mockingbird Foundation President Adam Scheinberg was quoted in a recent article in MEL Magazine about the rise of Democratic presidential Pete Buttigieg: “Pete — a gay veteran Midwest up-and-comer, hip … Continue Reading →
The Mockingbird Foundation is proud to announce continuation of the DeLucia Awards, recognizing outstanding examples in music education. Established in 2004, and previously awarded in 2010, 2015, and 2017, the DeLucia Awards … Continue Reading →
This year Newport Festivals Foundation (NFF) is partnering with festival artists to donate on their behalf to a music education cause of the artist’s choosing. It was just announced that … Continue Reading →
There’s a great two-page spread about Mockingbird Foundation President (and key Phish.net webmaster) Adam Scheinberg in the Lake Mary Life magazine.
Reed Meschefske, who is a prominent member of the Phish.net forum community and active supporter of and fundraiser for the Mockingbird Foundation, was featured in a BroadwayWorld interview about his work … Continue Reading →
The Mockingbird Foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit founded and run entirely by Phish fans, has announced fifteen new grants totaling $131,870 in support of music education for children. The grants come … 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 →
A nice article on Milwaukee’s Civic Music mentions Mockingbird’s recent $8,000 grant.
Huge thanks to Reed (@DaleCooper) for yet another year of fun and fundraising. Here’s a link that will ensure that we know your donation is related – though you’re also … Continue Reading →