The Nevada Appeal posted a very nice follow-up story about an open-house featuring the instruments purchased from Mockingbird’s $16,000 grant to Carson Elementary.
The Pagosa Daily Post posted this story on January 10, 2018: I’m writing to let you know that a fantastic organization in Pagosa Springs, CO, has been awarded $10,000 to … Continue Reading →
CarsonNow posted this story on January 9, 2018: The new year, 2018, is starting very well for Mark Twain Elementary School music students. The Carson City School District is pleased … Continue Reading →
KVTN 2 News posted this story on January 9, 2018: Mark Twain Elementary School’s music program is getting a boost, in the form of a $16,000 grant. The Carson City … Continue Reading →
The Nevada Appeal posted this story on January 9, 2018: Mark Twain Elementary School has received a $16,000 music education grant it will use to purchase new musical instruments including … Continue Reading →
The Mockingbird Foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit founded and run entirely by Phish fans, has announced sixteen new grants totaling $137,400 in support of music education for children. The grants come … Continue Reading →
Wonderful reactions from Khara Howe to our recent tour grant to Easton Elementary!
The Times Union ran this story Tuesday, August 1, 2017: The Mockingbird Foundation, a non-profit created and run by fans of the jam band Phish, have donated $1,500 to the music program … Continue Reading →
In celebration of Phish’s 13-show run at Madison Square Garden, the Mockingbird Foundation will announce 13 unsolicited “miracle grants” supporting music programs across the country. Each board member identified their … Continue Reading →
The Mockingbird Foundation has announced unsolicited grants totaling $12,000 to support music education programs in cities where Phish will perform this summer. They were selected by members of the Phish.net … Continue Reading →