MusiCounts and TD banded together to expand programming designed specifically to create opportunities for youth in under served communities across Canada. The MusiCounts TD Community Music Program will provide musical instruments and equipment to community centres, after-school programs and other community non-profit organizations serving local communities that have great potential yet are in need of funding to ensure their sustained growth.
These instruments have the potential to be transformational and impact thousands of young Canadians and support diverse music programs in communities from coast to coast.
Applications will be accepted starting February 18 – May 20, 2016. Recipients will be notified in late July, 2016. The funding through the MusiCounts TD Community Music Program will be offered in allotments ranging from $10,000 to $25,000 to deserving programs.
MusiCounts TD Community Music Program will be open to non-profit organizations that operate outside of Provincial Departments of Education. Both non-profit and/or registered charitable organizations with pre-existing music programs and/or non-profit organizations that want to introduce a music program to complement their current programming are eligible for grant consideration.
For more information on eligibility, go here.