Expanding Our Reach
Classics for Kids Foundation (CFKF) has embarked on an initiative aimed toward expanding its matching stringed instrument grant program to string programs in all 50 states during 2017. CFKF has to date given grants to string programs in 43 states around America; CFKF Also wishes to expand its presence in states where it has few only a modest presence.
CFKF’s’ matching grant program has been developed to support string programs in their efforts to acquire high quality new stringed instruments for their students. CFKF offers up to a 50% match for grant projects approved by its Board. CFKF’s primary mission focus is supporting at-risk or disadvantaged youth, and rural programs in smaller communities. Applicant organizations must have nonprofit status or a nonprofit umbrella organization. CFKF considers grant requests quarterly.
Interested string programs are welcome to learn more about CFKF, and to submit a grant request through CFKF’s website: www.classicsforkids.org. Applicants may also contact CFKF’s Executive Director Michael Reynolds at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about CFKF’s matching stringed instrument grant program.
States not yet served
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
States with only one grant site
- New Mexico
- South Carolina