You have the unique capacity to alter the programs, perception, and future of our organization. Your support of Manchester Community Music School (MCMS) is more than just a gift; it is a true investment in the future of our organization and the more than 50 communities we serve.
As a corporate supporter your company gains access and exposure to the more than 1,200 students and their families as well as members of our communities. You also have the satisfaction of knowing your support helps ensure high quality music education and music therapy services both at the Music School and through our community partnerships.
Music is a gift because it brings beauty to the world; it creates connections and a sense of community; it gives us an opportunity to articulate emotions and understand ourselves and it anchors us in the difficult moments in our life.
We tailor our sponsorships to the interests and goals of the companies and people with whom we work. If you are interested in learning more about how the Music School can help you meet your organizational Community Improvement goals, please contact Valerie Gentilhomme, Director of Development at 603-644-4548.
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We are so grateful to our amazing sponsors! Listen to Fairpoint representative, Ellen
Scarponi talk about why they sponsored our Music Therapy program.
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Blackbaud Community Matters
Blanche A. Bruce Trust
David and Johanna Publow Fund for Music
Eastern Bank Community Grants
Granite State Credit Union
Manchester Community Resource Center
City of Manchester Planning and Community Department’s Community Improvement Program
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Block Grant Program
Northeast Delta Dental
Raymond G. and Olga Cote Family Fund
Robin Colson Memorial Foundation
Salem Cooperative Savings Bank
Samuel P. Hunt Foundation
The Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation, Inc.
The Mc Ininch Foundation
Van Otterloo Family Foundation
Waldo and Alice Ayer Trust
The Manchester Community Music School is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.