Partner Communities

Save The Music partners with public school districts throughout the United States to donate grants in the form of new musical instruments, technology, equipment, and resources. Our goal is to increase equity and access to in-school music education programs for all students. We are proud to deliver music education grants to 150+ schools this 2022-23 school year in the following communities: 

AKRON PUBLIC SCHOOLS (OH)

ANAHEIM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT (CA)

ATLANTA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (GA)

BALTIMORE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS (MD)

BARBOUR COUNTY SCHOOLS (WV)

CABELL COUNTY SCHOOLS (WV)

COLUMBUS CITY SCHOOLS (OH)

COMPTON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (CA)

FAYETTE COUNTY SCHOOLS (WV)

GREENWOOD LEFLORE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT (MS)

HARPER WOODS SCHOOL DISTRICT (MI)

HOLLY SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT (MS)

HOLMES COUNTY CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT (MS)

JACKSON PUBLIC SCHOOLS (MS)

JERSEY CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS (NJ)

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (CA)

MASON COUNTY SCHOOLS (WV)

MERCER COUNTY SCHOOLS (WV)

MERIDIAN SCHOOL DISTRICT (MS)

METROPOLITAN NASHVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (TN)

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS (FL)

MILWAUKEE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (WI)

MINERAL WELLS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT (TX)

MINGO COUNTY SCHOOLS (WV)

MISSISSIPPI ACHIEVEMENT SCHOOL DISTRICT (MS)

NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (NY)

ORLEANS PARISH SCHOOL BOARD (LA)

PAJARO VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (CA)

PASSAIC PUBLIC SCHOOLS (NJ)

PATERSON PUBLIC SCHOOLS (NJ)

PIKE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT (KY)

SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (CA)

ST. PAUL PUBLIC SCHOOLS (MN)

WAYNE COUNTY SCHOOLS (WV)

WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (WV)

WYOMING COUNTY SCHOOLS (WV)

Please note that Save The Music is finalizing its grants for the 2022-23 school year; this list will be updated throughout the Fall.

Save The Music partners with public school districts in communities across the United States that show an immediate need for support and resources to jumpstart or enhance their music education programs. These school districts often serve Title I schools, a high percentage of students qualifying for free and reduced lunch, and own limited instrument inventory and materials prior to our partnership. Our partner districts are committed to investing in and building in-school music education programs for the benefit of student achievement and access to a well-rounded education. After establishing a partner school district, Save The Music grant applications are given to specific school sites by invitation only. All inquiries and questions may be sent via email to [email protected].

Learn more about our music education grants and how we chose our partner communities.