Tuesday 02/25/2020 by Lemuria

Biggest. Grant Round. Ever.

The Mockingbird Foundation has announced the largest round of grants in its 24-year history, with twenty grants in twelve states totalling $141,263. More than half the grants in this round were made above the requested amount - including one grant matched by the Kristy Anastasio Manning Memorial Fund, two grants doubled by Phish's own Waterwheel Foundation, and five grant amounts increased by Mockingbird's board of directors having been impressed by strong organizations with clear vision and demonstrated needs. All grants fund music education for children. Total grants for the entirely fan-run, entirely volunteer (no staff, no salaries, no office) nonprofit now exceed $1.6M.


, comment by gratefulterp
gratefulterp Wow. Great work, team!
, comment by paulj
paulj YEAH! Thanks, @Lemuria, for spearheading this effort once again.
, comment by dscott
dscott This is amazing. Great work, Mockingbird crew!!!
, comment by tubescreamer
tubescreamer Nothing can get me teary-eyed like when kids are given music education opportunities. Thank you for this amazing work!
, comment by cloudturtles
cloudturtles Agreed, this is amazing work. What a great scene we have. Did grant money also go to the schools near the Mexico shows too? I didn't see that info posted before the set lists each night.
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