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Music for All’s Annual Fund campaign ensures program support and future educational opportunities for all Music for All participants.
Give voice to music education and America's vocal students through our Choir Programming support.
The Music for All Foundation directly supports Music for All's mission to create, provide and expand positively life-changing experiences through music for all. Through a variety of gift funds, the Foundation provides Music for All with support for music advocacy efforts, MFA programs, scholarships, commissioned works and funding for new programs.
As part of the Music for All National Festival, the honor ensembles provide a national stage and world-class learning and performance opportunities with distinguished conductors, artists and master teachers. Your gift to this fund will help expand access for deserving students whose economic circumstances prevent them from participating without financial aid.
The L.J. Hancock Summer Symposium Scholarship Fund was created in honor of L.J. Hancock (1952-2002) to celebrate his life and work as a great educator and a beloved friend.  This fund supports individual students who, because of financial hardship, can not afford to pay the tuition and fees needed to attend “America’s Camp”.
The Mark Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund for Educators supports individual directors whom, because of financial hardship, can not afford to pay the tuition and fees needed to attend “America’s Camp.” The Music for All Foundation is grateful to the family of Mark Williams (1955-2008), educator, composer and beloved friend, for their generous gift to endow five scholarships each year for the Music for All Summer Symposium. The scholarships were created to honor Mark's life and legacy and to provide a positively life-changing opportunity to educators who demonstrate financial need and wish to attend the Symposium to gain valuable professional development experiences.
To celebrate the life of Sandy Feldstein (1940-2007), the Feldstein family established this endowed fund to support the naming of the Sandy Feldstein National Percussion Festival as part of the Music for All National Festival. The fund recognizes Sandy Feldstein's incredible impact on music education.

The Sophie Rhinehart Fund is an endowed fund of the Music for All Foundation that supports and promotes music education for students in Warrick County and Southern Indiana.  The Sophie Rinehart Fund celebrates Sophie’s passion for music and the gift of her talent and kindness to the world. This permanently endowed fund will provide “forever dollars,” helping to continue Sophie’s passion for music and expanding possibilities for students.

Click here to learn more about Sophie's Legacy.

Each year the generosity of individual and corporate donors allows Music for All to extend the opportunity to attend Music for All's Summer Symposium to IPS students through full scholarships. Recipients are chosen by the staff and faculty of IPS Instrumental Music Programs.

The Tang Family Scholarship Fund was created by Anthony and Megan Tang and is open to any student that will be attending the Music for All Summer Symposium. The scholarship selection committee will provide three full residential scholarships to high school and/or middle school students based upon an essay and director recommendation.

Honor Band of America members are eligible to be nominated for The Revelli Scholarship, a $1,000 scholarship awarded to a Music for All National Festival participating senior intending to study music performance or music education and pursue a career as a music educator.

The SWAG SSY Student Scholarship Fund was created out of the concept that every year, there are underserved children across America with the desire, but not the financial means, to grow at the Summer Symposium. This scholarship, fully funded by the generosity of Summer Symposium SWAG alumni, is intended for a residential student that demonstrates the desire and financial need to attend the MFA Summer Symposium.

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