Have you ever wondered any of the following?
- What you would do if your studio was struck by a national disaster?
- Where you could find money to pay for music lessons for yourself?
- How you could afford to attend an MTNA national conference?
- How your area could launch a community program aimed at bringing music lessons to those in need?
The answer is the MTNA Foundation. The Foundation funds numerous programs that help members by enriching their professional lives, help communities through musical engagement, recognize high achievement in the profession, and help teachers afflicted by disaster to get back on their feet.
So, when you donate, know that you are contributing to many funds that work to sustain a high level of music-making in the United States. Chances are you have already benefited from the MTNA Foundation, or will in the future, be able to benefit from its funds. For more information, click the “Donate” button, and read about the many places where your money can go to help others in the profession.
For questions regarding the MTNA Foundation Fund, please contact IMTA’s Foundation Fund Chair, Janet Palmberg firstname.lastname@example.org.