Finding Funds

Music educators often cite funding as one of their biggest obstacles for obtaining music technology for their classroom. At Korg Education we know how important it is for teachers to find funding for their music technology needs, either through a school district budget, a parent-teacher organization or educational foundation, or seeking funding from some of the many grant opportunities available for technology in schools.  We also know that the time and effort required in the grant writing process can be overwhelming for busy music teachers - and often acts as a deterrent for seeking funds at all.

"Finding Funds for Music Technology" by Dr. Thomas Rudolph.

This easy-to-read guide to obtaining funding for music technology walks you through the entire process - everything from finding the right grant opportunity to writing a successful grant proposal.  It should be required reading for anyone interested in the grant process.  To purchase a copy, click here.

Sample letters and a funding proposal are included in Finding Funds for Music Technology and are made available by clicking here. These companion files are designed to be personalized to meet individual needs.


Federal and State Grants

Grantsmanship Center -

Local Foundations and Corporations

NAfME Gives A Note -

GrantsWeb -

Rural Information Center Publication Series -

Foundation Center -

Music Companies and Arts Organizations

NASAA, the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies -
NAMM, National Association of Music Merchants -
The Grammy Foundation -
The National Endowment for the Arts -
The National Endowment for the Humanities -

Federal Grants

U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) -
U.S. Department of Education -
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance -
Search for Federal Grant Opportunities -

National Corporations and Foundations

ArtsEdge -
The Foundation Center -
Fundsnet -

Grant Writing Tips

How do I apply for Federal Grants -