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Musicopia Supporters - Thank You

Each year, our work is made possible by the support and contributions of hundreds of individuals, foundations, corporations, government entities, community partners, musicians, teachers, administrators and volunteers.  These people and organizations are a very important part of bringing music education and instruments to children throughout the Philadelphia region.


Click here to learn about Corporate Sponsorships and EITC.

Follow the links to view our Audited Financials and 990.


Big thank you to the following supporters who have contributed $2,500 and up to Musicopia. 

Allen Hilles Fund
Alston-Beech Foundation
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation: Philadelphia Music Alliance for Youth Artists’ Initiative
Anonymous (2)
Arcadia Foundation
C. Eugene Ireland Foundation, Inc.
Child Development Foundation
Christopher Ludwick Foundation
Clayman Foundation
Connelly Foundation
D’Addario Foundation
Dreams R Us Foundation
E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation
Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Memorial Fund
Find Your Light Foundation
Fox Chase Bank Charitable Fund
Hoxie Harrison Smith Foundation
JKG Florida Business Corp
Joseph and Marie Field Foundation
Loeb Performing Arts Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation
Marilyn Senn Moll Charitable Trust
McLean Contributionship
Panetiere Partners
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
Philadelphia Arts in Education Partnership
Philadelphia Cultural Fund
PNC Charitable Trusts
Robert L. Bard and Agnes Cook Bard Trust
Rosenlund Family Foundation
Rothman Orthopaedics
Seed the Dream Foundation
Steven A. Gold Charitable Educational Institutions Trust
Stradley Ronon
The Huston Foundation
The John G. and Ruth K. Kramer Charitable Trust
The Philadelphia Foundation, from an Anonymous Fund, Children and Families Fund, and the Henry Griffith and Anna Griffith Keasbey Fund.
The Presser Foundation
Van Aken Family Foundation
Volpe Koenig IPromise Charitable Giving Fund
Widener Memorial Foundation in Aid of Handicapped Children
William Penn Foundation

Support provided by the Philadelphia Cultural Fund.

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