2nd Covid Relief Grant

The Mockingbird Foundation is thrilled to announce the second $5,000 grant from its COVID-19 Emergency Relief program. The Heartbeat Music Project provides music education to Navajo (Diné) children K – 12 living on the Navajo reservation. The organization strives to...

First Covid-relief Grant Announced

The Mockingbird Foundation is thrilled to announce the first grant from its COVID-19 Emergency Relief program. Girls Rock Detroit (@girlsrockdetroit) is a community organization providing music education for girls, women, gender expansive, and transgender people. The $5000 grant will allow...

450th Grant in Music Education

Thanks to external support from a corporation that doesn’t even want attention for it, the Mockingbird Foundation is sending four unsolicited $1,000 checks to music education programs in and around New York City. These are unanticipated matching grants for the...

Donate via GoFundMe

The all-volunteer Mockingbird Foundation is now accepting donations towards music education via GoFundMe – a brand you know, at fees (to us, not you) comparable to PayPal, without needing to use PayPal… Donate via GoFundMe We just made our...

Mockingbird Grants Top $1.6M

The Mockingbird Foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit founded and run entirely by Phish fans, has announced twenty (20) new grants totaling $141,263 in support of music education for children. This is Mockingbird’s 24th round of competitive grants, and the largest...

Round 25 Inquiries Open

The Mockingbird Foundation is now accepting inquiries for its 25th Round of competitive grants in music education for children. Inquiry submission will close August 1st at 11:59 p.m. PDT, successful inquiries will be invited to submit full proposals in...

Winter Tour Grants Announced

In celebration of Phish’s four-show New Year’s run at Madison Square Garden, the Mockingbird Foundation is announcing four unsolicited Tour Grants supporting music programs in and around New York City. As with previous Tour Grants, each $1,000 grant has...