Friday, September 25, 2009

GRAMMY in the Schools Live! 2010

Sponsored by the Ford Motor Company Fund with support from 94.7 the WAVE.

GRAMMY in the Schools® Live! celebrated music and education as well as raised funds to support the education efforts of the GRAMMY Foundation® on January 27, 2010 at the Doubletree Guest Suites in Santa Monica, CA. Held during music’s biggest week, GRAMMY® Week, this event featured performances by Mindi Abair, Brian Culbertson, and GRAMMY nominee Boney James, playing with America’s top high school musicians and singers representing the GRAMMY in the Schools programs.

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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Support the GRAMMY Foundation with Best Buy's @15 Change Exchange

Now through July 31, any teenager who loves music and wants to make a difference can support the GRAMMY Foundation through Best Buy's @15 Change Exchange. Best Buy is donating $1 million through the program in 2009 and participating teens will decide where the funds are distributed. Interested teens can visit, register, and begin earning points by completing various activities. Accrued points can the be donated to the GRAMMY Foundation.

Friday, February 27, 2009

Graphic Design Contest

The GRAMMY Foundation provides insight to high school students on careers that are available in music and direction on how to prepare for them. The Graphic Design Contest allows students to learn more about the world of art and graphic design. Don’t miss your chance to represent your school!

Download the application here

Winner(s) will:
· Have their design featured on the web site
· One entrant will have his/her design featured as the 2009 Student Artwork for the GRAMMY Foundation.

For more information contact

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Key Change Grants Winners Announced!

Key Change Grants Winners Announced!

The GRAMMY Foundation® and Do Something created Key Change Grants to encourage young people to create and promote social change through music. Five grand prize winners have been chosen by a panel of music industry professionals. They will take home grants of $3,000 for their projects and will be flown to Los Angeles for two nights where they are attending the 51st Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles. Additionally, twenty finalists will each receive a $500 community action grant to further develop their projects and ideas.


-Cory Pyon - Hearing, Believing, Music!

-Jason Hricko - West End Community Center Jazz/Hip-Hop Cultural Enrichment Program

-Josh Rushakoff - MusicalMatch

-Leora Friedman - Music Is Medicine

-Zulma Monzalvo - Voices of the Barrio

To read more about all Key Change Grants winners, go to :