So far, 491 grants in all 50 states totaling $1,844,557.40!

  • BatchGeo-AllGrants-Ready281 Competitive Grants @ $1,497,676.00
    • Instruments – $640,766.00 (43%)
    • Staffing – $238,943.00 (16%)
    • Scholarships – $129,500.00 (9%)
    • Equipment – $117,370.00 (8%)
    • General Support – $42,500.00 (3%)
    • New Program – $25,000.00 (2%)
    • Curricula – $8,500.00 (1%)
    • Mixed Needs – $144,789.00 (10%)
    • Other – $150,308.00 (10%)
  • BatchGeo-AllGrants-Ready
  • 210 Non-Competitive Grants @ $346,881.40
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All figures and map are current to 12/31/20.

AK ($16,000)

AL ($20,000)

AR ($19,979)

  • St. Joseph’s Junior High School (Pine Bluff; $4,979 for mixed needs in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Central High School (West Helena; $5,000 for new program in Round 11, in 2006)
  • Anointed Praise & Worship Ministries, Inc. (Pine Bluff; $5,000 for instruments in Round 16, in 2013)
  • GiGi’s Playhouse Little Rock (Little Rock; $5,000 for covid relief, in 2020)

AZ ($53,150)

CA ($240,239)

CO ($46,000)

CT ($26,000)

  • Mohegan Community Cultural Outreach (Uncasville; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2019)
  • Fairfield University (Fairfield; $5,000 for scholarships in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Conte West Hills Magnet School (New Haven; $4,500 for instruments in Round 3, in 2002)
  • Talcott Mountain Science Center (Avon; $5,000 for equipment in Round 9, in 2005)
  • Breakthrough Magnet School (Hartford; $1,000 in a Tour Grant, in 2009)
  • Connecticut Percussive Arts Society (Bridgeport; $5,000 for scholarships in Round 15, in 2012)
  • Arts Collective (Hartford; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2016)
  • Leonard J. Tyl MS Band (Montville) (Oakdale; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2019)
  • Angelica Durrell (Stamford; $1,000 as a DeLucia Prize, in 2019)

DC ($10,000)

  • Washington Peace Center / Girls Rock DC (Washington; $5,000 for mixed needs in Round 13, in 2009)
  • Sitar Arts Center (Washington; $5,000 for scholarships in Round 13, in 2009)

DE ($1,000)

FL ($63,665)

  • East Ridge High School (Clermont; $1,500 for emergency grants, in 2019)
  • Douglas Anderson School of the Arts (Jacksonville; $2,000 in a Tour Grant, in 2016)
  • Smart School (Lauderhill; $5,000 for mixed needs in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Bahama Village Music Program (Key West; $5,000 for mixed needs in Round 6, in 2004)
  • Three Points Elementary School (Orlando; $671 for instruments in Round 10, in 2005)
  • Guatemalan Maya Center, Palm Beach County (Palm Beach; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • African American Art & Museum, Palm Beach County (Palm Beach; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Pinewood Elementary, Martin County (Martin County; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • South Fork High School Band, Martin County (Martin County; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Cultural Arts Center, Volusia (Volusia; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Hardee County Schools (Hardee County; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Stuart Middle School, Martin County (Martin County; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Punta Gorda Middle School, Charlotte County (Charlotte County; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Port Charlotte Middle School, Charlotte County (Charlotte County; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Port Charlotte High, Charlotte County (Charlotte County; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Gifford Middle School, Indian River (Indian River; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Charlotte Local Education Foundation, Charlotte County (Charlotte County; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Deltona Lakes Elementary School — Volusia County (Ponce Inlet; $4,997 for instruments in Round 11, in 2006)
  • Unsinkable Molly Brown Foundation (Odessa; $5,000 for instruments in Round 11, in 2006)
  • Primal Connection @ Avon Park Youth Academy (Sebring; $3,535 for staffing in Round 15, in 2012)
  • Miami Lighthouse For The Blind And Visually Impaired, Inc. (Miami; $5,000 for staffing in Round 16, in 2013)
  • Pepin Academies-Pasco County (New Port Richey; $4,000 for instruments in Round 20, in 2016)
  • Parker Elementary School (Panama City; $2,592 for instruments in Round 22, in 2017)
  • Lake Region High School (Eagle Lake; $7,370 for equipment in Round 23, in 2019)
  • Miami Lighthouse for the Blind (Miami; $5,000 for covid relief, in 2020)
  • The Gifford Youth Orchestra (Vero Beach; $6,000 for scholarships, in 2020)

GA ($21,807)

HI ($10,000)

  • Panaewa Hawaiian Homelands Community Association (sponsored by Haola, Inc.) (Hilo; $5,000 for staffing in Round 11, in 2006)
  • Hilo Intermediate School (Hilo; $5,000 for instruments in Round 19, in 2015)

IA ($6,700)

  • Riverview Elementary School (Sioux City; $3,500 for new program in Round 3, in 2002)
  • City Voices (Des Moines; $3,200 for instruments in Round 18, in 2015)

ID ($12,984)

IL ($121,406)

IN ($11,295)

KS ($22,204)

  • Dorothy Moody Elementary School, Shawnee Mission School District (Overland Park; $4,998 for instruments in Round 10, in 2005)
  • Fort Hays State University Western Kansas String Academy (Hays; $5,000 for mixed needs in Round 11, in 2006)
  • Central Heights Elementary School (Richmond; $2,206 for instruments in Round 13, in 2009)
  • EmberHope Youthville (Newton; $10,000 for instruments, in 2020)

KY ($18,700)

  • Feed God’s Children (Flemmingsburg; $4,500 for new program in Round 3, in 2002)
  • Appalshop (Whiteburg; $5,000 for staffing in Round 7, in 2004)
  • Louisville Deaf Oral School (Louisville; $5,000 for general support in Round 8, in 2004)
  • Paris Middle School (Paris; $1,200 for instruments in Round 12, in 2007)
  • Children’s Hospital Foundation (Louisville; $3,000 for instruments in Round 22, in 2017)

LA ($31,000)

  • Artists Corps (New Orleans; $5,000 for covid relief, in 2020)
  • Saint Marks Community Center (New Orleans; $5,000 for instruments in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Katrina’s Piano Fund (New Orleans; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Jazz Foundation (New Orleans; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • New Orlean’s Musicians Clinic (New Orleans; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Tianna Hall’s NOAH Leans c/o Musicians Benevolent Society of Houston (New Orleans; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Preservation Hall’s New Orlean’s Musicians Hurricane Relief Fund (New Orleans; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Backbeat Fund (New Orleans; $500 for emergency grants, in 2005)
  • Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestra (New Orleans; $5,000 for staffing in Round 11, in 2006)
  • Young Leadership Council (New Orleans; $5,000 for staffing in Round 11, in 2006)
  • The Roots Of Music (New Orleans; $5,000 for instruments in Round 16, in 2013)
  • Denham Springs Band (Denham Springs; $1,000 for emergency grants, in 2016)
  • St. Amant High School Band (Geismar; $1,000 for emergency grants, in 2016)
  • Foundation for East Baton Rouge Parish School System (EBRPSS) (Baton Rouge; $1,000 for emergency grants, in 2016)

MA ($92,625)

  • Jimmy Fund Music Library / Celebration Club at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute (Boston; $505 for equipment, in 2004)
  • South High Community School (Worcester; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2017)
  • South High Community School (Worcester; $1,000 for covid relief, in 2020)
  • The Netspace Foundation (Boston; $2,000 for general support, in 2001)
  • The Codman Square Health Center (Dorchester; $5,000 for instruments in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Arts in Progress (Boston; $5,000 for equipment in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Service Net (Northampton; $5,000 for mixed needs in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion (Boston; $5,000 for general support, in 2004)
  • Colonel Daniel Marr (Dorchester; $5,000 for staffing in Round 6, in 2004)
  • Youth Rap 2001 (Belchertown; $5,000 for general support in Round 8, in 2004)
  • Project STEP, Inc. (Boston; $2,500 for staffing in Round 9, in 2005)
  • Beethoven Elementary School and Ohrenberger Elementary School (West Roxbury; $5,000 for staffing in Round 9, in 2005)
  • Hattie B. Cooper Community Center (Roxbury; $2,500 for mixed needs in Round 9, in 2005)
  • National Braille Press (Boston; $3,500 for curricula in Round 11, in 2006)
  • Boys & Girls Club of Boston, South Boston Club (South Boston; $5,000 for instruments in Round 11, in 2006)
  • Dana Farber Cancer Institute (Westwood; $100 for general support, in 2006)
  • John Winthrop Elementary School (Dorcester; $4,620 for mixed needs in Round 13, in 2009)
  • Symphony by the Sea’s Youth Orchestra (Boston; $1,000 in a Tour Grant, in 2009)
  • Mansfield High School Jazz Band (Mansfield; $1,000 in a Tour Grant, in 2009)
  • Joy of Music Program (Worcester; $1,000 in a Tour Grant, in 2010)
  • Songbird Sings Inc. (Shelburne Falls; $4,200 for mixed needs in Round 17, in 2014)
  • Whole Children (Hedley; $5,000 for staffing in Round 17, in 2014)
  • Fractured Atlas fiscally sponsoring The SONG Project (Boston; $4,200 for staffing in Round 18, in 2015)
  • Southeast MA Arts Collaborative (Attleboro; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2016)
  • Berklee Institute for Arts Education and Special Needs (Boston; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2019)
  • Friends Of The Perry (South Boston; $2,000 for instruments in Round 24, in 2020)
  • Worcester Public Schools (Worcester; $3,000 for instruments in Round 24, in 2020)
  • 18 Degrees (formerly Berkshire Children and Families) (Pittsfield; $10,000 for scholarships, in 2020)

MD ($43,000)

ME ($9,365)

MI ($43,560)

MN ($33,117)

  • Greater Mankato Area United Way (Mankato; $3,000 for instruments in Round 10, in 2005)
  • Pine Point ISD #25 (Ponsford; $5,000 for instruments in Round 10, in 2005)
  • Concordia University, St. Paul (St. Paul; $5,000 for mixed needs in Round 12, in 2007)
  • Walker West Music Academy (St. Paul; $2,617 for instruments in Round 17, in 2014)
  • David Birrow (Minnetonka; $1,000 as a DeLucia Prize, in 2015)
  • SoundStrings (Red Wing; $5,000 for general support in Round 19, in 2015)
  • Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band (Brooklyn Park; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2016)
  • She Rock She Rock (Minneapolis; $10,000 for scholarships in Round 22, in 2017)

MO ($24,760)

MS ($14,000)

  • Shelby Middle School (Boyle; $5,000 for instruments in Round 15, in 2012)
  • Hope Haven (Bay St. Louis; $5,000 for staffing in Round 13, in 2009)
  • Tucker Elementary School (Philadelphia; $4,000 for instruments in Round 20, in 2016)

MT ($4,115)

  • Sunburst Community Service Foundation (Eureka; $4,115 for staffing in Round 11, in 2006)

NC ($43,800)

ND ($1,000)

NE ($5,000)

  • Hampton Public School (NE) (Hampton; $5,000 in a Tour Grant, in 2008)

NH ($1,000)

NJ ($31,000)

  • Little Kids Rock (Montclair; $5,000 for general support in Round 4, in 2003)
  • Browstone School (Hackensack; $5,000 for new program in Round 7, in 2004)
  • Woodbridge Township Education Foundation, Inc. (Woodbridge; $5,000 for instruments in Round 10, in 2005)
  • Universal African Dance & Drum Ensemble (Camden; $1,000 in a Tour Grant, in 2009)
  • Atlantic City Public High School (Atlantic City; $1,000 in a Tour Grant, in 2010)
  • Pathways For Exceptional Children (Montville; $5,000 for other in Round 16, in 2013)
  • Creative Arts Morgan Village Academy (Camden; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2019)
  • Leonard V. Moore Middle School (Roselle; $2,500 for other in Round 24, in 2020)
  • Jazz House Kids (Montclair; $5,000 for covid relief, in 2020)

NM ($12,716)

NV ($33,500)

NY ($164,800)

OH ($26,500)

OK ($10,990)

  • Dewar Public School (Dewar; $4,990 for instruments in Round 13, in 2009)
  • Tuskha Elementary School (Tuskha; $1,000 for emergency grants, in 2011)
  • Mannsville School (Mannsville; $2,500 for instruments in Round 23, in 2019)
  • Harding Fine Arts Academy (Oklahoma City; $2,500 for other, in 2020)

OR ($54,420)

PA ($91,000)

RI ($15,500)

SC ($45,171)

SD ($2,937)

TN ($39,210)

TX ($37,415)

UT ($13,093)

VA ($40,486)

  • Lindsay MS Band & Chorus (Hampton; $2,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2018)
  • Landstown Middle School (Virginia Beach; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2017)
  • Hilda J. Babour Elementary (Front Royal; $2,986 for instruments in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Music Resource Center (Charlottesville; $2,000 for new program in Round 4, in 2003)
  • Commonwealth Academy (Alexandria; $2,000 for mixed needs in Round 7, in 2004)
  • Center for the Fine and Performing Arts, Woodbridge Senior High School (Woodbridge; $5,000 for general support in Round 9, in 2005)
  • Kid Pan Alley, a division of Ki Theater (Washington; $5,000 for staffing in Round 10, in 2005)
  • United Negro College Fund (Fairfax; $5,000 for scholarships, in 2006)
  • Hampton High School (VA) (Hampton; $5,000 in a Tour Grant, in 2008)
  • Page Middle School Band (Gloucester; $1,000 for emergency grants, in 2011)
  • The Heir & Heiress Club, Inc. (Chesapeake; $5,000 for other in Round 20, in 2016)
  • Nelson County High School (Lovingston; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2016)
  • Chesterfield County Public Schools (Richmond; $2,000 for other in Round 22, in 2017)

VT ($65,828)

WA ($67,320)

  • ISME (Nedlands; $40 for general support, in 2000)
  • Bellevue Boys and Girls Club (Bellevue; $5,000 for general support in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Seattle Symphony (Seattle; $5,000 for mixed needs in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Treehouse (Seattle; $2,500 for mixed needs in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Wellpinit School District (Wellpinit; $5,000 for mixed needs in Round 2, in 2001)
  • Power of Hope (Bellingham; $5,000 for mixed needs in Round 6, in 2004)
  • Central Washington University Foundation (Ellensburg; $5,000 for mixed needs in Round 8, in 2004)
  • Rock School (Kirkland; $5,000 for scholarships in Round 8, in 2004)
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties (Pasco; $5,000 for instruments in Round 11, in 2006)
  • Evergreen Elementary School (Fort Lewis; $3,280 for mixed needs in Round 12, in 2007)
  • Edison Elementary School  (Centralia; $5,000 for mixed needs in Round 13, in 2009)
  • Monument Elementary School (Quincy; $1,000 in a Tour Grant, in 2009)
  • Zillah High School, Zillah, Wa. (Yakima; $4,000 for instruments in Round 17, in 2014)
  • Musicians Inspiring Children, Inc. (Fayetteville; $1,000 for instruments in Round 20, in 2016)
  • George Elementary School (Quincy; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2016)
  • Quincy Jr. High School Music Dept. (Quincy; $1,500 in a Tour Grant, in 2018)
  • North Middle School (Everett; $10,000 for instruments in Round 23, in 2019)
  • Music Center Northwest (Seattle; $2,500 for covid relief, in 2020)

WI ($14,500)

WV ($6,300)

WY ($4,400)

    • Converse County School District #1 Rural Schools (Douglas; $1,400 for instruments in Round 18, in 2015)
    • Whiting High School (Laramie; $3,000 for instruments in Round 24, in 2020)