AMP scores $122,801 Cooke Foundation grant

The Atlanta Music Project, a non-profit that provides intense music education for at-risk children, has received a grant of $122,801 from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.

Article from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Widening the Stage grant is one of only six awarded by the Virginia-based foundation to youth music programs across the country. Renewable annually for the next three years, the grants are intended to  increase advanced instruction and performance opportunities for talented, low-income students, ages 8 to 18.

The largest grant ever to the Atlanta Music Project will be used to create the Exceptional Student Program, which will provide the best resources to the 20 most advanced AMP students to further develop their musical abilities.

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Written By Howard Pousner
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

2 Comments
  1. Kailah Corney 7 years ago

    I think that this is the most greatest opporotunity for me and the students. It is an honor to have big companies donate this much to us!

  2. Dantes Rameau 7 years ago

    Way to go Kailah and co! You guys have progressed very well and we’re all very proud. The sky’s the limit, keep up the hard work, it’ll pay off.

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