For more than a decade, over 850 Outstanding Causes worldwide have benefited from the Jazz for Peace Foundation Empowerment Grant, which provides both a World Class Cultural Event in your city, on a date chosen by you, along with the staffing, event coordinating experience and expertise to help ”Grow your Empowerment Tree!”, leading them to historic events in the USA, Africa, India, Haiti, Brazil, Europe, Canada, Scandinavia, Nepal, Pakistan and Mexico.
Jazz for Peace
If you have an outstanding cause, or you are an artist or musical project, we have found that your road to sustainability includes all of the following:
1. We believe you need to expand your Donor and Support Base!
2. In addition, you need to thank, reward, honor and rejuvenate the supporters you already have.
3. You need more sponsors!
4. You could use some new and prestigious supporters.
5. You need more publicity and awareness.
6. And last but not least – you need to be better funded.
By assisting you in each of these areas Jazz for Peace grows what it calls an “Empowerment Tree” which provides a “Helpful Step Forward” for each grant recipient.
You may be wondering, how do I get this funding?
First, go to the homepage for Jazz for Peace and click on the tree to watch the introductory video!
Then contact them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone: 646-709-2950 or Skype: JAZZMGMT to go over Step 1 of our Easy 3 Step process. You can find step 1 in article sources, below.
GrantWatch.com currently lists a domestic grant from the Jazz for Peace Foundation for a USA nonprofit to host a jazz concert.
Here are some additional grants for jazz musicians:
Deadline 1: 09/08/16; Deadline 2: 11/03/16
So, if you’re a musician or a national or international nonprofit, consider applying for some of the grants mentioned above. For more information and help searching for grants, contact the GrantWatch.com office at (561)249-4129.
About the Author: Debra R. Cerritelli has been senior event coordinator at Jazz for Peace for more than 12 years and is the author of Jazz for Peace – “A Convenient Truth”.