The success of Music for All is because of the strength, dedication and quality of our national partners. In today's environment collaboration is the key to success for the music and arts community. The Board of Directors of Music for All is grateful for the support of these leading national organizations:
Americans for the Arts is the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America. With a 40-year record of service, we are dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts.
AMC is dedicated to promoting the importance of music, music-making and music education to the general public. The AMC site is your one stop source to find music making research, current events, advocacy tools, and music making activities.
The ASCAP Foundation is dedicated to nurturing the musical talent of tomorrow, preserving the legacy of the past, and sustaining the creative incentive for today's creators through a variety of educational, professional, and humanitarian programs and activities which serve the entire music community.
The mission of the Marching Arts Forum is to provide colleges an atmosphere in which open discussion of the marching arts is encouraged. With clinic-like sessions as well as forum-based discussion, the Marching Arts strives to create a culture of learning within the marching activity. Through collegiate chapters, the Marching Arts Forum will improve the quality of marching arts education worldwide.
NAfME, among the world's largest arts education organizations, marked its centennial in 2007 as the only association that addresses all aspects of music education. Through membership of more than 75,000 active, retired, and pre-service music teachers, and with 60,000 honor students and supporters, NAfME serves millions of students nationwide through activities at all teaching levels, from preschool to graduate school.
Representing, educating and promoting the music products industry. Over the past century, NAMM, The International Music Products Association, has proudly represented the industry that brings the gift of music into people's lives. What started in May of 1901 as a small, grassroots organization of 52 founding members has since blossomed into an international association representing more than 7,700 retailers and manufacturers of musical instruments and products from 85 countries worldwide.
SupportMusic.com is a public service initiative that intends to critically impact resolve and support for music education in local communities around the United States. SupportMusic.com is an advocacy effort that unites various national and regional organizations with parents and community leaders seeking to improve access and opportunity in music and arts learning. Go to SUPPORTMUSIC.COM for tools and resources for saving music programs in your local community.
Each child, in each school, in each of our communities deserves to be healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. That’s what a whole child approach to learning, teaching, and community engagement really is. The Whole Child approachs call on families, educators, policymakers, and communities to ensure each child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged. Founded in 1943, ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) is an educational leadership organization dedicated to advancing best practices and policies for the success of each learner.
Young Audiences, Inc. (YAI) is the nation's leading source of arts-in-education services. YAI's mission and goal is to help make the arts an essential part of young people's education. Young Audiences advances the artistic and educational development of public school students by bringing young people together with professional artists of all disciplines to learn, create and participate in the arts. This year, Young Audiences' network of 33 chapters and affiliates and 5,200 artists reached 7.5 million children in nearly 8,000 schools with more than 22,000 performance demonstrations, 64,000 workshops and 4,000 teacher services.